Monday, June 13, 2011

The Llano Desktop AMD unveiled at large

A roadmap of Llano which should arrive this week comes from leaking into the net. It is the site that relates DonanimHaber list of five models for desktop computers. These are all quad core processors, with the exception of the A4-3400 which only includes two cores. This leakage therefore confirms the information that we report last March in our current "The characteristics of AMD Llano.

It provides the operating frequencies and integrated graphics chips, but omits prices. The Llano is the first desktop processors from AMD's Fusion project. For the record, Fusion has been announced in the ATI acquisition in 2006. Earlier this year, AMD had marketed the Ontario Zacate for netbooks, formalizing the first fruits of this union.

The Llano is a new milestone, as they represent the mid-range offering. The processors are more efficient and are supposed to appeal to average consumers with much more impressive graphics solutions that offer Intel. The five processors are etched into 32 nm. The A8 and A6 are all quad core that incorporate 4MB of L2 cache and operate officially DDR3-1866.

The A8 and A8-3850-3800 feature a GPU Radeon HD 6550D which includes 400 stream processors. The first model is clocked at 2.9 GHz with a TDP of 100 W, 65 W cons for the second running between 2.4 GHz and 2.7 GHz Turbo mode. The A6 and A6-3650-3600 take on board Radeon HD 6530D which consist of 320 stream processors.

The first has a TDP of 100 watts and runs at 2.6 GHz. The second is 65 W with frequencies ranging from 2.1 GHz to 2.4 GHz Turbo mode. Finally, the A4-3400 is the only dual core list. It takes DDR3-1600 support and runs at 2.7 GHz with a TDP of 65 W. Its GPU is the Radeon HD 6410D which has only 160 stream processors.

GPU all run at a frequency of 600 MHz, except that of the two A6 which runs at 443 MHz. Finally, an entry-level model belonging to the family of AMD-E should also make its appearance on the Socket FM1 intended for desktop computers. The E2-3200 is a dual core processor running at 2.4GHz.

It will have 1MB of L2 and a GPU Radeon HD 6370D of 160 stream processors. Unlike AMD-A models, it will not support Crossfire. It is intended primarily for small systems-oriented office. If the information in March remain true, it will be sold at the end of the third quarter.

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