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HEXUS - CeBIT 2008 :: *World Exclusive* unreleased AMD Puma-based MSI notebook -v- Intel Penryn G35 - AMD Puma 3x quicker than Intel integrated?

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Ian McNaughton, AMD's Senior Product Manager for Product & Platform Marketing and Patrick Moorhead, AMD's VP for Advanced Marketing exclusively invited the HEXUS.tv film crew behind the scenes at CeBIT 2008, to shoot an AMD Puma-powered MSI notebook taking on an equivalent Intel notebook head-to-head. AMD claims the software set-up was identical and that pricing on the AMD Puma-powered unit is expected to be lower than for the Intel notebook.

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Ian McNaughton, AMD's Senior Product Manager for Product & Platform Marketing and Patrick Moorhead, AMD's VP for Advanced Marketing exclusively invited the HEXUS.tv film crew behind the scenes at CeBIT 2008, to shoot an AMD PUMA-powered MSI notebook taking on an equivalent Intel notebook head-2-head.

AMD claim that the software set-up was identical and that pricing on the AMD PUMA-powered unit is expected to be lower than for the Intel notebook.

Watch the show [hexus.tv].
Didn't the chap say 3400 discrete on the video? not 2400?
cah
...3400 discrete...

Yep - he says it is 3400 based...

...but we nudged the tpyo manager and had confirmation back that it supports DX10 - not DX10.1 - so 2400 is accurate

In all, it was one of the more amazing demonstrations I've seen over the past 30 years in this industry - got to the point where you weren't sure if the second one would ever stop

Be interesting to see what Intel launch next in this space
now thats how to sell a product , positive news for amd for a change and no intel advert at the end great video :)
I really enjoyed the feature as well. Really unsure however about the claim it will play back a full length blue ray film from a fully charged battery... Be very interested to see that tested later on at some point!