All told, the new Kaveri chips should offer a total compute power of 856 gigaflops. Both chips will have support for AMD's TrueAudio technology, Graphics Core Next architecture with AMD's Mantle technology, and will be powered by AMD's Steamroller processor architecture.
To date, AMD has struggled to hold its ground against mighty Intel. Kaveri may just be the answer — or it might not.
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