By on August 3rd, 2009

AMD first hybrid processor which will have 4 cores and an inbuilt GPU supporting Dx11 and built on the 32nm fabrication process will be launched in 2011 as reported by the spoke person from the company. This hybrid of processor and GPU will also support UVD3 and will have 4MB of cache at L3 level along with an inbuilt DDR3-1600 memory controller. The processor will be based on the Shanghai architecture.

Intel will also launch their Hybrid processor in the market during the year 2010. However Intel will be using the multi-chip packing method which will combine a 32nm northbridge with a 45nm processor. It will be interesting to see how both these Hybrid processors perform in real life and how much will they be useful in the practical life.

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