Just how powerful are AMD’s next generation GPUs? Strong enough to run Crysis-level graphics on the iPhone – as demonstrated by AMD using their next-gen platform’s 2.5 teraFLOPS of floating-point power and DirectX 11 abilities. Does this signal the death knell for dedicated portable consoles like the Sony PSP or Nintendo DSi, or could it just prove to be the catalyst that helps such dedicated machines boast even superior graphics in addition to solid gameplay without getting interrupted by calls halfway through an intense gaming session?
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