AMD Trinity core
Trinity core was launched in May 2012. The first "Trinity" Accelerated Processing units were dual- and quad-core mobile products, branded as A-Series for notebooks. They were quickly followed by embedded R-Series APUs. Workstation-class FirePro series was introduced in August, and retail desktop "Trinity" were officially available only in October.
Both Trinity, and its predecessor Llano core, has been built on the 32nm manufacturing process. Internally the "Trinity" core integrated one or two Piledriver modules (2 or 4 CPU cores), and Radeon HD 7000 series graphics. Compared to Llano, Trinity APUs offered quite a few new features:
AMD CPUs with Trinity core can be identified by:
A list of all Trinity-based AMD families is provided below.
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