The AMD processors are designed specially to integrate three computational cores on a single die of silicon, thereby improving application performance, the company said in a statement.
“HCL’s new desktops based on AMD’s Triple-Core processor will be an asset delivering significant enhancements in gaming and high-definition experiences for our consumers,” HCL Infosystems Executive Vice President George Paul said.
These desktops equipped with AMD Tri Core Phenom processors will provide the ultimate visual experience with amazing HD video and gaming resolutions, as well as high-speed disk and network interfaces.
This model is positioned for advanced multitasking, critical business productivity, modeling, serious gaming and visually stunning digital media and entertainment, the company claimed.
“HCL is the first company in India to introduce computers based on the AMD Phenom processors (Quad Core and Triple Core) and AMD 780G chipsets taking them way ahead of competition in launching latest technology,” AMD India OEM Sales General Manager Gautam Mukherjee said.
The AMD Phenom processor offers true multi-core design with features of an integrated memory controller, accelerating performance for productivity, content creation, entertainment and gaming, HCL said in the statement.
In addition, this next-generation architecture includes AMD’s Balanced Smart Cache for rapid access to memory, with a shared L3 cache for leading-edge performance on multi-threaded software.