We saw some socketed Kabini motherboards at CES this year from MSI, and Chinese VR-Zone has published some interesting numbers regarding processors that are predicted to be on sale in March 2014. Aside from the soldered Kabini we already have in, the socketed versions are aimed more towards the consumer range than the industrial PC or embedded lines that commonly utilise soldered on CPU/APUs. They will be based on the Jaguar CPU core design, which also means being limited to 64-bit single channel DDR3 memory. The focus of Kabini in this case is the need is for something just to process primarily in-cache data. The APUs are also slated by VR-Zone to use GCN architecture for the integrated graphics portion. The main...

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