Tuesday, August 23, 2011

AMD unveils dual-core APU E2 and A4-3200-3400

The E-450, E300 and C-60 are not the only APU have recently appeared in the catalog of AMD. The manufacturer has indeed formalize the A4 and E2-3400-3200, two APU desktop, however, which we suspected the existence in the month of June A priori based on the architecture Llano, two dual-core APU are etched into 32 nm.

Using a socket FM1, the A4 and E2-3400-3200 show a TDP of 65 watts respectively and are clocked at 2.7 GHz and 2.4 GHz. There are also 128 KB of L1 cache and 512 KB of L2 cache per core. The side of the integrated graphics, E2-3200 embeds a Radeon HD 6370D (with a priori SP 160 clocked at 443 MHz), while the A4-3400 has a Radeon HD 6410D (with probably 160 SP running 600 MHz).

The question is whether the APU chips are "full", or if they are crippled versions of higher-end models (A6 or A8) ...

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