The Accelerated Processing Unit ( APU) is a processor that combines the CPU and GPU on a chip. The APU was created by AMD ( Advanced Micro Devices) and the first APU was released in January, 2011. The Accelerated Processing Unit is originally known as Fusion. Actually, the APU is a marketing term for the series of 64-bit microprocessors from AMD.
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An APU is a processor that includes both the CPU and GPU on a single chip. The name “APU” was coined by AMD, which released the first APU in January, 2011. For many years, CPUs handled all non-graphics calculations, while GPUs were only used for graphics operations.
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