Very recently AMD revealed its Llano line of A series Fusion APUs which will directly combat Intel’s Sandy Bridge. This new Socket FM1 A75 chipset makes for a very interesting value proposition considering that the integrated GPU on this processor (AMD likes calling the chip an Accelerated Processing Unit) is from the good ‘ol Redwood lineage. We’re talking HD 5670 level graphics on an integrated chip. Hence this could very well be the first time we’ll be seeing a decent graphics solution (for gaming, not just encoding/rendering) pushed onto a single chip. Also we’re hearing news of the integrated graphics units being overclocked to mind boggling heights. All of this makes us eagerly await the first few of these APUs to be shipped to India. Meanwhile, boards for the A75 Llano chipset have already started making inroads. Here we do a preview of the first board of its kind to come to our test center - ASUS’s F1 A75-V Pro - and in effect get you acquainted with this chipset and what it has to offer. Lets start with the package and bundle.
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