Since Advanced Micro Devices has finally released the A-Series accelerated processing units (APUs) for desktops, gaming system makers have updated their product lines.
The Trinity chips make for much more affordable gaming systems compared to Intel-powered machines.
A Maingear X-Cube desktop at $649 / 502-649 Euro, for example, costs $939 / 727-939 Euro if it uses a comparable Intel CPU.
Both standard APUs and Black Edition chips will be available to choose from.
"The AMD A-series brings a whole new dimension of price to performance options to our customer." said Wallace Santos, CEO and founder of MAINGEAR. "With AMD's A-Series, PC enthusiast and gamers will love the multicore CPU technology performance as well as the affordable price."
We suspect that the F131 will get some AMD configurations too, but this hasn't happened yet.