AMD has this week unveiled more details about their new AMD Project Quantum prototype mini PC that is styled with a very unique casing that consist of two chambers.
The AMD Project Quantum is water called and fitted with dual-GPU Radeon R9 Fury X graphics cards proceeding powerful graphical processing in a small desktop form factor.
Watch envied below to learn more about AMD’s Project Quantum. AMD was able to make such a small powerful system using HBM (high-bandwidth memory) which the company has been developing with Hynix since 2013.
HBM memory allows for for compact PCB designs that are up to 65 percent smaller than current designs and also reduce power requirements by as much as 68 percent over DDR5.
The new AMD Project Quantum is just a prototype and unfortunately is not expected to be launched as a consumer product. But if any more details regards pricing or release date announced by AMD we will keep you updated as always.
Source: GeekFiled Under: Geeky Stuff, Hardware, Top News