The complete line of AMD’s successful Trinity family of APUs will be available on the free market this autumn. Currently the processors can only be bought inside systems sold by big manufacturer such as HP, DELL, Lenovo and others.
The Texas based fabless CPU and GPU designer AMD is currently sending all the Trinity APUs it can make to the big hardware companies to sell them in markets with higher margins like the mobile sector.
The company is also letting the market get rid of all the Llano CPUs in stock right now and thus allowing its partners to sell these with a decent profit margin instead of forcing them to give deep discounts to sell Llanos in a market invaded by Trinity.
The new generation of APUs from AMD is reportedly coming on the first day of October 2012 and the guys at Hermitage Akihabara have pictured the complete line of CPUs enthusiasts all over the world are expecting.