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  • Studies show that humans are predominantly visual beings. Whereas most of us process words at an average of only 150 words per minute, our visual perception allows us to process images and video four hundred to two thousand times faster. Because of this, AMD continues to emphasize the visual aspect of the computing experience.
  • The fact that humans are visual beings is evident in how we experience technology today. Check out these figures:-- Over 20 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute!In October of last year, YouTube reached over 1 billion video views per day!And more and more of those videos are in HD –9 billion video files in consumers’ personal libraries today are in high definition. -- We’re adding 50 million digital media files to our personal content libraries every DAY and we’re uploading over 1000 pictures to Facebook every second. In short, we’re experiencing an explosion in multimedia, and navigating a sea of digital content; these factors greatly influence what people want and how they shop for PCs.
  • With the growing demand of online content, PC buyers want:An amazingly sharp and clear high definition online experienceTo be able to run the newest types of applications simultaneously without delaysTo have an energy efficient, cool and quiet PC which does not sacrifice the experienceThey want sleek, affordable, and elegant PC designsAnd above all, they want rich visual experiences
  • Let’s back up a little to give you a better understanding of what an APU is.  Current PC architecture is built around the highly flexible x86 architecture of the traditional CPU.  It has evolved over the years, going from a basic engine to the multi-core processors that we enjoy today.  This has allowed PCs to become increasingly efficient at dealing with multiple problems in parallel.  Like the CPU, the GPU has also come a long way.  It has evolved from a basic device to render an image on the screen, to the advanced 3D graphics processors that drive the rich visual interfaces of today’s PCs.  Today’s GPUs are built around an advanced parallel processing architecture, which is capable of operating on hundreds of pieces of data in parallel in a single cycle. Each architecture has its strengths and weaknesses.  Neither alone will be able to address the complex problems that will challenge PCs in the future.  Enter the Accelerated Processing Unit, the APU.
  • Zacate was designed for mainstream (mainstream notebook, All In One, and desktops), but the architecture is so robust that it can be taken down to the 9W TDP for netbooks and other emerging form factors.
  • So where do the C-Series & E-Series APUs fit into the AMD lineup, and for matter, where they match up against our competitor’s respective offerings? AMD’s new accelerated processing units will begin within the netbook, ultrathin notebook, and value desktop categories. This places the APUs in the new HD Internet level, as well as the VISION Basic and VISION Premium tiers, and positions them against Intel’s Atom, Celeron, Pentium, and Core i3 processors. Yes, these two APUs are versatile enough to not only compete with, but outperform, four different processors from the other guys.
  • It’s one thing for AMD to be proud of the APU, but if you’re wondering what the experts are saying about AMD’s new accelerated processing unit, check out these industry reviews…
  • VISION Technology from AMD Powered by AMD E-Series & C-Series APUs

    1. 1. VISION Technology from AMD<br />Powered by AMD E-Series & C-Series APUs<br />
    2. 2. We Are Visual Beings<br />Visual Perception<br />Verbal Perception<br />Words are processedat only 150 wordsper minute†<br />Pictures and video <br />are processed 400 to2000 times faster±<br />Sources: †http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Words_per_minute ±The Visual Teaching Alliance http://www.visualteachingalliance.com<br />2<br />
    3. 3. The Big Picture<br />Sources: YouTube online fact sheet, retrieved December 7, 2009 http://www.youtube.com/t/fact_sheet; CEAMarket Research Report – Amassing Digital Fortunes: A Digital Storage Study, 2008<br />3<br />
    4. 4. What pc buyers want<br />4<br />Amazingly sharp and clear HDonline experience<br />Multiple new types of applications<br />Cool, quiet and energy efficient computing<br />Sleek, affordable and elegant PC designs<br />Rich visual experiences<br />
    5. 5. INTRODUCING THE AMDACCELERATED PROCESSING UNITS<br />GPU<br />CPU<br />General Program Task<br />General Program Task<br />Display<br />Video<br />core<br />core<br />AMD APP*<br />Graphics<br />APU<br />Serial Data Processing(CPU functions)<br />GPUs are designed for:<br /><ul><li>Specialized tasks (e.g. graphics, video)
    6. 6. Most visual applications
    7. 7. Parallel data processing</li></ul>CPUs are designed for:<br /><ul><li>General purpose tasks(e.g. primary PC usage, calculations)
    8. 8. Most common applications
    9. 9. Serial data processing</li></ul> Parallel Data Processing(GPU functions)<br />APUs are the next generation of processors, with the CPU and GPU joined on a single chip. <br />*AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing Technology<br />
    10. 10. Paradox Solved: One Design, Fewer Watts, Massive Capability <br />Discrete-level DirectX® 11 GPU <br />=<br />AMD Dual-Core<br />E-Series APU<br />Dual-Core CPU<br />+<br />+<br />Northbridge<br /><ul><li>75 sq. mm
    11. 11. 18 watts
    12. 12. 59 sq. mm
    13. 13. 8 watts
    14. 14. 66 sq. mm
    15. 15. 13 watts
    16. 16. 117 sq. mm
    17. 17. 25 watts </li></li></ul><li>VISION Engine Defined<br />VISION Technology from AMD<br />A combination of advanced HD graphics and multi-core PC processors in one efficient and powerful platform. <br />VISION Engine<br />The foundation of VISION technology that leverages AMD Radeon™ Cores, Video Accelerator and DirectX® 11-capable graphics to enable vivid HD entertainment, blazing fast Internet browsing and accelerated applications.<br /> <br />
    18. 18. VISION TechnologyIntroducing the VISION Engine<br />VISION Technology <br />The Ultimate Visual Experience™<br />VISION Engine – The foundation of VISION technology that leverages AMD Radeon™ Cores, Video Accelerator and DirectX® 11 graphics to enable vivid HD entertainment, blazing fast Internet browsing and accelerated applications.<br />Radeon™ Cores<br />VISION Engine Control Center*<br />DirectX® 11<br />Video Accelerator<br />Features<br />Immersive Gaming<br />Acceleration of Enabled Applications<br />Fast, Rich Internet Experience<br />Monthly Feature & Performance Updates<br />Smooth, Vivid HD Video<br />Benefits<br />*The VISION Engine Control Center is planned for March 2011<br />
    19. 19. VISION Engine Usage<br />The primary usage of the VISION Engine is to highlight our key technologies and benefits. It can also be used for consumer-facing communication.<br />[Feature, benefit and message are all approved for use in consumer materials and on in-store merchandising<br />
    20. 20. AMD Family of APUsThe Power Behind VISION & HD Internet Technology<br />AMD C-Series APU<br />AMD Dual-Core E-Series APU<br /><ul><li>Mainstream notebooks
    21. 21. All-in-one desktops
    22. 22. Better gaming performance at lower power*
    23. 23. HD Netbooks
    24. 24. Ultra-small form factors
    25. 25. 10x graphics performance over today’s netbooks**</li></ul>Up to 10-plus hours of battery life!***<br />New energy efficient and low-power x86 cores and a DirectX®11-capable GPU<br />* Based on 3DMark Vantage Entry of “Danube” platform (Athlon P320/RS880) = 2133 compared 3Dmark Vantage Entry of “Brazos” with “Zacate” APU = 3294 (54% higher)<br />** 3DMark 06 of Intel Atom N-450 = 157 vs. 3DMark of “Brazos” with “Ontario” = 1748 <br />***Resting battery life as measured with industry standard tests.<br />
    26. 26. VISION Technology from AMDPowered by AMD Dual-Core E-Series APU<br />Accelerated Internet<br />AMD AllDay™ Power<br />Accelerated Applications<br />Smooth, Vivid HD Video<br /><ul><li>Faster Internet browsing with sharper, crisper images
    27. 27. Web pages load up to 3 times faster3
    28. 28. Helps extend battery life for long 1080p video playback
    29. 29. 8+ hours of battery life1
    30. 30. Watch up to 3 90-minute movies on 1 fully charged battery4
    31. 31. Accelerated mainstream apps for productivity, photo/video editing, casual gaming with DirectX® 11 support
    32. 32. Speed up your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 experience up to 2X with VISION Technology5
    33. 33. 1080p HD video plays incredibly smooth and clear
    34. 34. Hardware acceleration means smooth, streaming online HD video2</li></li></ul><li>HD Internet Technology from AMDPowered by AMD C-Series APU<br />HD Video Entertainment<br />AllDay™ Power<br />Fast, Rich Internet<br />HD Online Gaming<br />Smooth HD Internet video playback with AMD Video Accelerator Technology<br />DirectX® 11 online gaming with up to 10x graphics performance7<br />12+ hours of battery lifewith AMD AllDay™ Power Technology6<br />Fast web browsing of rich Internet content<br />H.264<br />MPEG-2<br />AVC-HD<br />VC-1<br />7. 3DMark 06 of Intel Atom N-450 = 157 vs. 3DMark of “Brazos” with “Ontario” = 1748 <br />
    35. 35. Better Performance, Energy EfficientDesktop<br />Intel Pentium<br />AMD E-350 APU Delivers Better Performance per Watt<br />BetterWindows 7 experience10<br />Nearly4X<br />Better 3D9<br />+5%on productivity apps8<br />72<br />103<br />3.8<br />3.5<br />97<br />Productivity<br />PCMark Vantage/Watt<br />Windows 7 Experience<br />WinSAT<br />Entertainment<br />3D Mark 06/Watt<br />18<br />Pentium E5400<br />Pentium E5400<br />Pentium E5400<br />24fps<br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    36. 36. The Good Gets BetterUpgrade your Desktop to VISION Premium<br />Ideal for multitasking, and mainstream games, convert audio/video files, basic photo editing, Blu-ray/HD playback, use a webcam <br />Uplift between 2011 AMD VISION Technology Tiers<br />Convert music 1/3the time12<br />Create a slideshow<br />4X Faster11<br />Double the fps13<br />Resident Evil 5<br />25fps<br />12fps<br />Moving to next level of VISION tier<br />Casual Photo Editing<br />Music FileConversions<br />MainstreamGaming<br />Ideal for listening to music, view photos, watch DVD movies and online videos, surf the Internet, and do e-mail <br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    37. 37. Improve Your Desktop Performance<br />Intel Core i3<br />2011 AMD VISION Technology Outpaces the Competition<br />Create a slideshow<br />15% Faster14<br />Make your movie in 1/3 the time15<br />Double the fps16<br />Resident Evil 5<br />25fps<br />12fps<br />Casual Photo Editing<br />Windows Live!<br />Movie Maker<br />MainstreamGaming<br />Core i3 560<br />Core i3 560<br />Core i3 560<br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    38. 38. AMD Accelerated Processor E-SeriesPerformance Comparisons <br />HD 2.0– Visual Performance<br />Innovation – Efficient and powerful <br />AMD “All-Day”Battery Life!17<br />10:46 Hrs<br />1080p Flash FPS 18<br />FPS/Watt 19<br />6:20 Hrs<br />Compute Capacity – Power to do more<br />Gaming–Better than Best<br />27%<br />150%<br />23%<br />30%<br />GFLOPS20<br />3DMark ’06 21<br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    39. 39. Competitive PerformanceAMD C-Series vs. the competition<br />Superior Battery Life at Idle<br />to competitive netbook offerings22<br />Competitive Price Points<br />can be enabled with C-Series based products<br />Windows Idle<br />>11X<br />Over 12hours<br />60%<br />BetterWeb Experiencethan any netbook on the market23<br />10X BetterVisual Performance<br />crushing any netbook on the market24<br />1080p Flash FPS<br />3DMark’06<br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    40. 40. 2011 Experience Levels<br />Additional hardware (e.g. Blu-ray drive, HD or 10-bit monitor, TV tuner) and/or software (e.g. multimedia applications) are required for the full enablement of some features. Not all features may be supported on all components or systems - check with your component or system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies.<br />
    41. 41. Competitive Positioning<br />High Performance 3D & HD<br /><ul><li>Ultimate 3D and HD entertainment
    42. 42. Advanced HD photo & video editing
    43. 43. Enthusiast level DirectX® 11, 3D and Online gaming
    44. 44. Edit/mix music </li></ul>Intel Core i5<br />Play and Stream HD<br />Mainstream Performance<br />>Photo and video editing<br />>Watch HD movies<br />>Mainstream DirectX® 11 gaming<br />>Convert video files to mobile devices<br />Intel Core i3<br />Everyday PC<br />Mainstream/Ultrathin<br /><ul><li>HD accelerated internet browsing
    45. 45. Watch HD videos online
    46. 46. Watch DVDs/listen to music
    47. 47. Play casual games</li></ul>Intel Pentium<br />E-Series APU<br />Intel Celeron<br />Full Internet Experience<br />Netbook<br />HD Internet browsing<br />Watch online HD videos<br />Email, chat and social networking<br />Intel Atom<br />C-Series APU<br />*Technical Evolutions are projected feature sets based off of hardware features in the C-Series & E-Series APUs<br />Additional hardware (e.g. Blu-ray drive, HD or 10-bit monitor, TV tuner)  and/or software (e.g. multimedia applications)  are required for the full enablement of some features.  Not all features may be supported on all components or systems - check with your component or system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies.<br />
    48. 48. VISION 2011 Upsell StrategyNotebook Platforms<br />High Performance PCs<br />ProductivityApplications<br />Movie FileConversionFrom DVD to PSP @ 720p<br />Mainstream<br />Gaming<br />HD content creation & 3D Blu-ray entertainment<br />Full HD PCs<br />Photo/video editing & HD movie playback<br />Everyday PCs<br />Run mainstream applications including Microsoft Office<br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    49. 49. VISION 2011 Upsell Strategy Desktop platforms<br />ProductivityApplications<br />PCMark Vantage<br />Photo FileConversionBibble 5 Pro<br />3D Gaming<br />Resident Evil 5<br />High Performance PCs<br />HD content creation & <br />3D Blu-ray entertainment<br />Full HD PCs<br />Photo/video editing & <br />HD movie playback<br />Everyday PCs<br />Run mainstream applications including Microsoft Office<br />For data detail, refer to endnotes and configuration information in backup.<br />
    50. 50. Technical SpecificationsDesktop<br />
    51. 51. Technical SpecificationsNotebook<br />1AMD defines AllDay battery life as 8+ hours of battery life while resting.<br />
    52. 52. What the Press is Saying…<br />“…these two APUs have the potential to make the low end netbook/notebook market interesting again.”<br />“…gameplay was noticeably quicker… and the numbers show a 45% performance advantage. This is huge.” <br />“The performance is extremely promising.” <br /><ul><li>Anand Shimpi,</li></ul>AnandTech<br />“(AMD) also showed us an early version of Internet Explorer 9 with GPU acceleration, focusing on some intensive content. As before the Core i5 system was struggling to deliver a smooth experience while the 18-Watt APU solution was hardly breaking a sweat.”– KitGuru<br /> “AMD had a design mockup on display running the 18-watt APU and it was cool to the touch, even after running games and graphic-intensive content all morning.”<br />– Xavier Lanier, GottaBeMobile.com <br />“For quite a while now, the Internet has been swarming with talk of AMD's Fusion APUs, and it seems that the chip has finally been caught on video, apparently proving to be quite superior to Core i5 models in multiple tests.” <br />– Sebastian Pop, Softpedia<br />-Emphasis added to quotes by AMD<br />URLs: www.softpedia.com; www.kitguru.net; www.gottabemobile.com; www.anandtech.com<br />
    53. 53. Footnotes & Configurations<br />Additional hardware (e.g. Blu-ray drive, HD or 10-bit monitor, TV tuner) and/or software (e.g. multimedia applications) are required for the full enablement of some features. Not all features may be supported on all components or systems - check with your component or system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies.<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs the 2011 Low Power platform reference design "Zacate" E-350 demonstrated up to 658 minutes or 10.96 hours "all-day" battery life while idle and up to 258 minutes or 4.34 hours as an "active" metric using 3DMark '06. All testing performed using a 6-cell Li-Ion, 62.2 Whr battery. The AMD “Zacate” ” E-350 reference design consisted of a 1.6Ghz 2C B0 Ontario + Hudson M1 APU 18W E-350 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory 11.6" display @ 1366x768. BR-I7 <br />Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 feature support for hardware-accelerated H.264 decoding up to 1080p. H.264 video is decoded in Flash Player 10.1 by a GPU or media accelerator whenever capable hardware is available, which greatly improves playback performance and battery life. The AMD “Iguana” reference design consisted of a 1.6Ghz 2C Zacate + Hudson M1 APU 18W E-350 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory 11.6" display @ 1366x768 Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate. http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/fplayer10.1_hardware_acceleration_02.html BR-I3 <br />Test conducted by AMD Performance Labs the AMD Processor E-350 demonstrated up to 3 times faster performance (with hardware acceleration on) with Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (29 FPS vs 7) and Firefox 4 (29 FPS vs 7 FPS) using DirectX 9 and Direct2D as compared to hardware acceleration off. The AMD “Iguana” reference design consisted of a 1.6Ghz 2C Zacate + Hudson M1 APU 18W E-350 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory 11.6" display @ 1366x768 Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate. BR-I1<br /> In testing conducted by AMD performance labs the 2011 Low Power Platform reference design "Brazos" demonstrated 215 minutes (3:35) of Blu-Ray playback and 340 minutes (5:40) for standard DVD playback. All testing conducted using a 6–cell Li-Ion 62.16Whr battery pack. The AMD “Iguana” reference design consisted of a 1.6Ghz 2C Zacate + Hudson M1 APU 18W E-350 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory 11.6" display @ 1366x768 Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate. BR-I6<br />In tests conducted by AMD Performance Labs, the AMD Fusion Processor E-350 with hardware acceleration enabled, showed 2.4 times faster performance when using Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. 22 FPS vs. 9 FPS. "Brazos" - This reference design ("Iguana") consists of the AMD E-350 Fusion Processor with Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DBR-I2<br />
    54. 54. Footnotes & Configurations con’t<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs the 2011 AMD C-50 Dual-Core Accelerated Processor demonstrated up to  735 minutes or 12.15 hours "all-day" battery life while idle  and up to 378 minutes or 6.18 hours as an "active" metric using 3DMark '06. All testing performed using a 6-cell Li-Ion, 62.2 Whr battery. The 2011 HD Internet-based Netbook consisted of a  an AMD Dual-Core processor C-50 1.0Ghz 9W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class  Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNB-I3<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs using 3DMark '06 benchmark scores the AMD 2011 HD Internet technology- based Netbook scored 1749 while the competing Intel-based Netbook. scored 150. All scores rounded to the nearest whole number. The AMD “Inagua” C-50 reference design consisted of a 1.0Ghz 2C DC Ontario + Hudson M1 APU 9W C-50 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight. Intel system was Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Atom® Processor N550 (1M Cache, 2C,4T, 1.50 GHz), Intel® Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB) PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8. BRNB-C3<br />Test conducted in AMD Performance Labs measuring the performance per watt using FutureMarkPCMark Vantage. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform achieved a score of 2565 at 25 watts for a total value of 102.6 performance per watt (2565/25= 102.6) while the Intel value desktop platform achieved a score of 4671 at 48 watts for a total value of 97.31 performance per watt (4671/48=97.31) AMD platform has a 5% better performance per watt. Wattage and scores are rounded to the nearest whole number. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codename "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. The Intel value desktop platform consisted of an Intel Pentium E5400 Dual-core processor, Intel Express G41 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB), DDR3-1333 system memory, Intel DG41BI motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-C13<br />Test conducted in AMD Performance Labs measuring the performance per watt using FutureMark 3DMark 06. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform achieved a score of 2023 at 28 watts for a total value of 72.25 performance per watt (2023/28= 72.25) while the Intel value desktop platform achieved a score of 1060 at 58 watts for a total value of 18.28 performance per watt (1060/58=18.28). AMD platform has a 395% better performance /watt. Wattage and scores are rounded to the nearest whole number. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codename “Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. The Intel value desktop platform consisted of an Intel Pentium E5400 Dual-core processor, Intel Express G41 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB), DDR3-1333 system memory, Intel DG41BI motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-C12<br />Test conducted in AMD Performance Labs measuring the overall system performance of a Microsoft Windows 7 PC based on the WinSAT benchmark. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform achieved a total system rating of 3.8 while the Intel value desktop platform achieved a total system rating of 3.5. Scores are rounded to the nearest whole number. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codename "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. The Intel value desktop platform consisted of an Intel Pentium E5400 Dual-core processor, Intel Express G41 Graphics, 4GB (2x2GB), DDR3-1333 system memory, Intel DG41BI motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-C11<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring the time it takes to create a 1080p wmv slideshow video from 76.3MBs of photos using Picasa. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved the task in 224 seconds while the 2011 VISION Basic platform achieved the same task in 964 seconds. Times rounded to the nearest whole second. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codenamed "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DT2011-I10<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring the time it takes to convert 1.29GBs of music from .WAV to MP3 files using iTunes. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved the task in 122 seconds while the 2011AMD VISION Basic platform achieved the task in 374 seconds. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codenamed "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DT2011-I11<br />
    55. 55. Footnotes & Configurations con’t<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring frames per second (fps) while playing Resident Evil 5 at a resolution of 1366x768. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved 25 fps while the 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform achieved 12 fps. Results were rounded to the nearest whole fps. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codenamed "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DT2011-I7<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring the time it takes to create a 1080p wmv slideshow video from 76.3MBs of photos using Picasa. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved the task in 224 seconds while the 2011 Intel mainstream desktop platform achieved the same task in 257 seconds. Times rounded to the nearest whole second. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Athlon ™ II X4 650 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The Intel mainstream desktop platform consisted of an Intel Core i3-560 Dual-core processor, Nvidia GeForce 210, 4GB, (2x2GB), DDR3-1333 system memory, Intel DH57DD motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-C14<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring the time it takes to create a movie from 292MBs of JPEG files using Microsoft Windows Live! Movie Maker. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved the task in 64 seconds while the 2011 Intel mainstream desktop platform achieved the same task in 200 seconds. Times rounded to the nearest whole second. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Athlon ™ II X4 650 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The Intel mainstream desktop platform consisted of an Intel Core i3-560 Dual-core processor, Nvidia GeForce 210, 4GB, (2x2GB), DDR3-1333 system memory, Intel DH57DD motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-C15<br />Test conducted in AMD Performance Labs measuring frames per second (fps) while playing Resident Evil 5 at a resolution of 1366x768. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved 25 fps while the Intel mainstream desktop platform achieved 12 fps. Results were rounded to the nearest whole fps. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom ™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The Intel mainstream desktop platform consisted of an Intel Core i3-560 Dual-core processor, Nvidia GeForce 210 graphics, 4GB, (2x2GB), DDR3-1333 system memory, Intel DH57DD motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-C2<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs the AMD 2011 VISION-based notebook demonstrated up to 640 minutes/10:40 hours or "all-day" battery life while idle and up to XXX minutes/XXX hours as an “active” metric using 3DMark ’06, while the competing Intel-based notebook demonstrated 384 minutes/6:24 hours while idle and up to XXX minutes/XXX hours as an “active” metric using 3DMark ’06. All testing performed using a 6-cell Li-Ion, 62.2 Whr battery. AMD defines “all day battery life as 8+ hours of idle time. Active battery life data pending. The 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook consisted of an AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 1.6Ghz 18W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based notebook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Pentium® Processor P6000 (3M Cache, 1.86 GHz, 2C, 2T), Intel® HD Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB), PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNB-C1<br />
    56. 56. Footnotes & Configurations con’t<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs streaming Flash Video at 1080p the 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook demonstrated an average 20 frames per second, while the comparable Intel-based notebook demonstrated an average 8 frames per second. The 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook consisted of an AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 1.6Ghz 18W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based notebook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Pentium® Processor P6000 (3M Cache, 1.86 GHz, 2C, 2T), Intel® HD Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB), PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory , Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNB-C2<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs streaming flash video at 1080p the 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook averaged 2.0 frames per second/watt while the Intel- based notebook averaged 1.5 frames per second/watt. All scores rounded to the nearest 10th of a frame per second per watt. The 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook consisted of an AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 1.6Ghz 18W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based notebook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Pentium® Processor P6000 (3M Cache, 1.86 GHz, 2C, 2T), Intel® HD Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB), PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNB-C3<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs measuring compute capacity as measured in GFLOPS the 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook scored 94 GFLOPS while the comparable Intel-based notebook scored 76.6 GFLOPS. GFLOPS calculations are based on two subscores of Sandra2010_ProEngineer, gpgpuproc - Native Float Shaders-MPixel/s and cpumm - Multi-Media Float x8 iSSE2-MPixel/s which measure total capacity for the GPU and CPU respectively. All scores rounded to the nearest 10th of a GFLOPS. The 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook consisted of an AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 1.6Ghz 18W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based notebook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Pentium® Processor P6000 (3M Cache, 1.86 GHz, 2C, 2T), Intel® HD Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB), PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory , Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNB-C4<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs, tests were performed using 3DMark '06 benchmark scores, the 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook scored a 2399 while the Intel-based notebook scored 1842. All scores rounded to the nearest whole number. The 2011 AMD VISION-based notebook consisted of an AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 1.6Ghz 18W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based notebook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Pentium® Processor P6000 (3M Cache, 1.86 GHz, 2C, 2T), Intel® HD Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB), PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory , Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNB-C5<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs the AMD 2011 HD Internet technology-based netbook demonstrated up to 735 minutes/12:15 hours or "all-day" battery life while idle and up to XXX minutes/XXX hours as an “active” metric using 3DMark ’06, while the comparable Intel-based netbook demonstrated 655 minutes/10:55 hours and up to XXX minutes/XXX hours as an “active” metric using 3DMark ’06,. All testing performed using a 6-cell Li-Ion, 62.16 Whr battery. . AMD defines “all day battery life as 8+ hours of idle time. Active battery life data pending. The 2011 HD Internet-based netbook consisted of an AMD Dual-Core processor C-50 1.0Ghz 9W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, and AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based netbook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Atom® Processor N550 (1M Cache, 2C,4T, 1.50 GHz), Intel® Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB) PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory , Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. BRNeB-C1 <br />
    57. 57. Footnotes & Configurations con’t<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs streaming Flash Video at 1080p the AMD 2011 HD Internet technology-based netbook scored of up to 16 frames per second (fps), while the competing Intel-based netbook scored up to 10 fps. FPS rounded to the nearest whole second. The 2011 HD Internet-based netbook consisted of a an AMD Dual-Core processor C-50 1.0Ghz 9W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based netbook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Atom® Processor N550 (1M Cache, 2C,4T, 1.50 GHz), Intel® Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB) PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory , Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit BRNeB-C2<br />In testing conducted by AMD performance labs using 3DMark '06 benchmark scores the AMD 2011 HD Internet technology- based netbook scored 1749 while the competing Intel-based netbook. scored 150. All scores rounded to the nearest whole number. The 2011 HD Internet-based netbook consisted of a an AMD Dual-Core processor C-50 1.0Ghz 9W, 2GB (1x2GB) DDR3-1066 system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with 15.6” 1366x768x32 – LED Backlight Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The Intel-based netbook was an Acer Aspire AS5740-5255 with Intel® Atom® Processor N550 (1M Cache, 2C,4T, 1.50 GHz), Intel® Graphics, 2GB (2x1GB) PC3-8500 - Samsung M471B2874EH1-CF8 system memory , Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit BRNeB-C3<br />Tests conducted by AMD Performance Labs using PCMark Vantage. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium system achieved a score of 5178 while the 2011 AMD VISION system achieved a score of 2598. All scores rounded to the nearest whole number. 2011 AMD VISION Premium system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2C), 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6330M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium. The2011 AMD VISION system consisted of the ”Brazos” Reference design codename "Iguana" with the AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 and AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 4 GB DDR3-1333Mhz system memory and Windows 7 Home Premium. DRNB-I1<br />Tests conducted by AMD Performance Labs using CyberlinkMediaShow Espresso. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium system can convert a DVD to PS3 format at 1280 x 720p in 150 minutes versus 451 minutes for a 2011 AMD VISION system, or 301 minutes faster. Time was calculated using a video 5:15 min long and extrapolated to 90 minutes. 2011 AMD VISION Premium system consisted of the AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2C), 4 GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6330M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium; The2011 AMD VISION system consisted of the “Brazos” Reference design codename "Iguana" with the AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 and AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 4 GB DDR3-1333Mhz system memory and Windows 7 Home Premium. DRNB-I2<br />Test conducted by AMD Performance Labs using frames per second (fps) performance on Dirt2 (DirectX®11) at a resolution of 1366x768 with anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering turned off. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium system achieved 40 fps while the 2011 AMD VISION system achieved 20 fps Results were rounded to the nearest whole fps. 2011 AMD VISION Premium system consisted of the AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2C), 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6330M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium; The 2011 AMD VISION system consisted of the “Brazos” Reference design codename "Iguana" with the AMD Dual-Core Processor E-350 and AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory and Windows 7 Home Premium. DRNB-I3<br />Tests conducted by AMD Performance Labs using PCMark Vantage. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate system achieved a score of 5568 while the 2011 AMD VISION Premium system achieved a score of 5180. All scores rounded to the nearest whole number. 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Triple-Core Mobile Processor N850 (2.2 GHz, 2C), 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6520M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium; The 2011 AMD VISION Premium system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2C), 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6330M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium DRNB-I4<br />
    58. 58. Footnotes & Configurations con’t<br />Tests conducted by AMD Performance Labs using CyberlinkMediaShow Espresso. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate system can convert a DVD to PS3 format at 1280 x 720p in 53 minutes versus 150 minutes for the 2011 AMD VISION Premium system or 97 minutes faster. Time was calculated using a video 5:15 min long and extrapolated to 90 minutes. 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Triple-Core Mobile Processor N850 (2.2 GHz, 2C), 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz System memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6520M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium; The 2011 AMD VISION Premium system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2C), 4GB. DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6330M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium DRNB-I5<br />Tests conducted by AMD Performance Labs using frames per second (fps) performance on Dirt2 (DirectX®11) at a resolution of 1366x768 with anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering turned off. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate system achieved 78 fps while the 2011 AMD VISION Premium system achieved 40 fps. Results were rounded to the nearest whole fps. 2011 AMD Vision Ultimate system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Triple-Core Mobile Processor N850 (2.2 GHz, 2C), 4GB, DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6520M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium; The 2011 AMD VISION Premium system consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2C), 4GB. DDR3-1333Mhz system memory, AMD Radeon™ HD 6330M Discrete Graphics and Windows 7 Home Premium DRNB-I6<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring productivity using PCMark Vantage. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate platform scored 8721 while the 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform scored 7141. Scores rounded to the nearest whole mark. The AMD 2011 VISION Ultimate desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 975 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5670 graphics, 8GB (4x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 890GXM-G65 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-I2<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs running Bibble 5 Pro measuring the time to complete photo file conversion and library management of a 3.4GB ARW format to a JPEG batch file format. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate platform completed the task in 84 seconds while the 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform completed the task in 113 seconds. Results rounded to the nearest whole second. The AMD 2011 VISION Ultimate desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 975 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5670 graphics, 8GB,(4x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 890GXM-G65 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The AMD 2011 VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-I5<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring frames per second (fps) while playing Resident Evil 5 at a resolution of 1366x768. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate platform achieved 92 fps while the 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved 25 fps. Results were rounded to the nearest whole fps. The 2011 AMD VISION Ultimate desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 975 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5670 graphics, 8GB (4x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 890GXM-G65 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. DT2011-I8<br />
    59. 59. Footnotes & Configurations con’t<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring productivity using PCMark Vantage. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform scored 2860 while the 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform scored 7141. Scores rounded to the nearest whole mark. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codenamed "Iguana", consisting of the AMD Processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DT2011-I1<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs running Bibble 5 Pro measuring the time to complete photo file conversion and library management of a 3.4GB ARW format to a JPEG batch file format. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform completed the task in 113 seconds while the 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform completed the task in 609 seconds. Results rounded to the nearest whole second. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The AMD 2011 VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codenamed "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DT2011-I4<br />In tests conducted by AMD performance labs measuring frames per second (fps) while playing Resident Evil 5 at a resolution of 1366x768. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium platform achieved 25 fps while the 2011 AMD VISION Basic platform achieved 12 fps. Results were rounded to the nearest whole fps. The 2011 AMD VISION Premium desktop consisted of an AMD Phenom™ II X4 840 Quad-core Processor, ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics, 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 system memory, Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 motherboard and Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. The 2011 AMD VISION Basic desktop is represented by the reference design codenamed "Iguana", consisting of the AMD processor E-350 with AMD Radeon™ HD 6310 Discrete Level Graphics, 2GB DDR3-1066 system memory and Microsoft Windows 7 Basic 32-bit. DT2011-I7<br />
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