AMD aware of guidance waiting for few traction on Fusion. And while we consider to check if its first notebook-oriented Fusion-based processors featured in real products at CES, we're now ways away from checking the technology in performance on the desktop.In the reason that AMD is attempting to tide us over with a steady stream of frequency bumps.
It looks like that has been the case for a while at times but as the company change its 45 nm manufacturing process, it's able to reliably get incrementally more headroom to boost performance even if it's only bit by bit. This scheme isnít executable long term, of course. It surged the company permitting it to give them great prices on processors that working very well, as Intel's lock on the high-end segment.