If you dear NAGlings thought, just like me and just about everyone else, that AMD’s Carrizo platform was coming to the desktop, well you’re wrong. AMD has now announced that Carrizo and Carrizo-L will be set to take the fight to Intel’s Broadwell and Broadwell-U mobile processors inside laptops, ultrabooks and high-end tablets. Not only is AMD’s decision a big risk in their fight to save the scraps of mobile market share they have left, it’s a punch in the genitals to hardware nerds like me who expected socket FM2+ to support four generations of APUs. Aside from possible reveals on new chips for socket AM1, AMD now has no new architectures or sockets for the desktop market in the pipeline for another year.

Source: Linky

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