http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-brazo ... pu-review/
So yeah, we like what we see for sure. The Fusion infrastructure created here is working out really well, you'll have a fairly well performing product (for our standards) on which you can manage all your generic and daily stuff on quite well. The key factors of the product tested today is the combination of the CPU+GPU, yep that APU works out well. Especially in the HD video segment this could be a really interesting product. Next to that the product will shine at power consumption. Though on our sample was still a tiny bit on the high side, we expect that with future BIOS updates, few Watts will be shaved off here and there. But if I look purely at the HTPC demographic for a second here then surely decoding and enhancing 1080P content without framedrops under 50 Watts is quite honestly a very interesting prospect. And if you just need to build a nicely functioning net-PC, then sure go for it.
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