Dallas, Texas 02/24/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) has held its own against competing chip makers in real-time recently. Recent WCCFtech showcased the results of IYD, a Korean site which as looked at AMDs latest Kaveri in comparison to those offered by Intel. The comparison was for both the Heterogenous Systems Architecture enabled on the Kaveri A10-7850K as well as the Llano A8-3870K besides the Haswell Core i5-4670K.
The results were conclusive as the K10-7850K which costs under $173 showed a remarkable high rating.
Considering the fact that nearly all consumer markets are HAS-dominant despite existing challenges, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) Kaveri is a value proposition. Kaveri ensures the GPU has same or higher efficacy as the CPU on any PC.
Where before the Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NYSE:AMD) Kaveri, PC and nearly most designed processors were given to lag significantly behind the high performing CPUs on the GPU factor. Kaveri could well be flag-bearer to how subtle changes on the smaller sized processors such as Cortex A57s or Socs or the Xbox One, PS 4 could well become higher-ranged productive and work-related devices, going beyond being eye-candy telephonic devices.
AMD defines next class of devices?
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NYSE:AMD) latest offering could well prove to be a surprise package as it has been found that the PCs, such as that found in Tango micro-PC which works on the A6-5200 APU could make a low-end device into a high performance device through some innovative designing.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NYSE:AMD) is also working on a top-class server version of Kaveri-which is to be called as Berlin. This is expected to disrupt thins and offer high performance computing. For this domain per watt performance is the key. According to reports by IDC, components which help in minimizing the costs of transmission as well as calculation for big data are expected to see things through.