AMD's A-Series processor line-up detailed almost in full

AMD logoThe launch of AMD's A-Series APUs (accelerated processing units) is closing in fast so it's not surprise that more leaks about them have hit the interwebz. The latest treat to have slipped onto the web is a detailed description of the incoming A-Series chips aimed for desktops.

As seen below, the desktop-bound Llano line includes five processors, all made on 32nm process technology and compatible with FM1 motherboards. Four of the five chips have four x86 cores, while the A4-3400 is the only one with two.

Socket AM1

The top of the tops model, the A8-3850 features four Cores @ 2.9 GHz, 4MB of cache, built-in Radeon HD 6550D DX11 graphics (with 400 Stream Processors or 'Radeon cores') clocked at 600 MHz, DDR3-1866 memory support, and a TDP of 100W. Next is the A8-3800 which similar specs but its x86 cores are set to 2.4 GHz (2.7 GHz via Turbo Core), and the TDP reaches 65W.

AMD A8-3850

mobile AMD Llano

Further down the line we have the A6-3650 with a TDP of 100W, a 2.6 GHz core clock, Radeon HD 6530D graphics (320 SPs) @ 443 MHz, and 4MB of L2 cache. Lower still one can find the A6-3600 which has a 65W TDP, the same graphics solution as the A6-3650, but an x86 core clock of 2.1 GHz (2.4 GHz Turbo Core).

AMD A8-3850. Bottom view

Last one out, the A4-3400 comes with a 65W TDP, two cores @ 2.7 GHz, Radeon HD 6410D graphics (160 Stream Processors) @ 600 MHz, 1MB of cache, and DDR3-1600 memory support.

While lacking prices for the Llano line, the chart below also details the upcoming E-Series APUs, including the already-rumored E-450. Not much to report here except maybe the presence of an FM1 APU in the E-Series, that of the E2-3200 which has a 65W TDP. E-Series chips are supposed to the the lowest-power offers in AMD's APU line so it's rather strange that AMD let a 65W in there.

desktop AMD Llano

The E2-3200 has two x86 cores @ 2.4 GHz, Radeon HD 6370D graphics (160 SPs) @ 443 MHz, 1MB of L2 cache, and DDR3-1600 support.

The A-Series family is supposed to debut this week but for the new E-Series chips we'll probably have to wait some more.

Source: TCMagazine

Tags: AMD, CPUs, Llano

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