Note: this applies to netbooks with a Nvidia ION/ATI Radeon discrete graphics. No luck here, Intel Integrated Graphics…
In the first Skyrim on a netbook post, I mentioned how the game is barely playable on a netbook even after all the tweaking. Well, apparently, that’s not the end of [...]
The latest benchmark shows what’s to come in the future. Both the Atom and Fusion line are being upgraded and just like all upgrades, both will feature improvements in processing power
AMD’s next-gen Fusion line will feature the C-60, E-300 and E-450 processors while [...]
If you didn’t know already, the Dell Inspiron m102z is the first netbook to have the newest Fusion chips by AMD, but only today did AMD officially launch the new C-60, E-300 and E-450 chips, all designed to be the highest-end [...]
The Dell Inspiron M102z will be the first netbook to be equipped with the new AMD C-60 processor along with a more powerful Radeon HD6290 graphics processor at base price. There will be an option for you to upgrade it to the more powerful E-450 processor with the Radeon HD6320 chip.
The AMD C-60 Ontario [...]
According to NetbookSpain, the new AMD E-450, which will be the successor of the current E-350, will be beefed up to make it faster and more powerful in handling process and graphics-heavy programs. They confirm that it will come with a AMD Radeon HD 6320M graphics chip, and a bit faster speed-wise, matching up with [...]
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