"Assuming you have viewed the video or do not mind spoilers, AMD is actually showing off Trinity running Dirt 3 live in DirectX 11 and converting videos using Arcsoft MediaConverter on two different monitors. While impressive as it is, AMD later reveals these two monitors are actually driven by a notebook, which itself is running a video (a possible poke at Intel's botched Ivy Bridge demo). Even more impressive is that the notebook is using a ULV variant of Trinity with a TDP of only 17W. So that's three displays driven with three different workloads, off a single 17W APU. It is worth noting that while MediaConverter supports GPU acceleration, AMD opted to turn it off and run it CPU-only to better distribute load. The CPU usage is shown to be in the 60% range - so this platform has even more headroom! "
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