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AMD Launches Kaveri Processors Aimed at Starting a Computing Revolution

 Advanced Micro Devices is launching its code-named Kaveri processors today that represent one of the biggest technical advances that the company has made in some time for both games and other high-performance applications.' ...

The new chips will be called the A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), which combine both graphics and central processing unit functions on the same chip. It is also the first series of chips to use a new approach to computing dubbed the Heterogeneous System Architecture, which makes it easier to get around bottlenecks inside a PC and speed the whole system up.

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