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Old 02-24-2016, 10:24 PM   #1
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LXer: AMD expands its G-Series range with pin-compatible SoCs

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AMD launched 3rd Gen, dual-core, G-Series SoCs with 6-15W TDPs, DDR4 and 4Kx2K support, and R-Series pin compatibility, plus an entry-level G-Series LX SoC. The lines between AMD’s Embedded G-Series and its higher end R-Series system-on-chips continue to blur with a new line of 3rd Generation G-Series SoCs that offers pin compatibility with the “Merlin Falcon” R-Series SoC announced last October.



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