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AMD reveals new APUs with unlocked clock multiplier

Posted on Tuesday, December 06 2011 @ 22:41:24 CET by

CPU World reports AMD is now shipping the A6-3670K and A8-3870K "Llano" chips, two new parts with an unlocked clock multiplier.
AMD A6- and A8-Series processors have 4 CPU cores with 4 MB L2 cache, incorporate Virtualization technology, and provide support for SIMD instructions up to SSE3. Two upcoming products, A6-3670K and A8-3870K, differ by operating frequency, and by the type of on-chip GPU. A6-Series CPU operates at 2.7 GHz, and integrates Radeon HD 6530D GPU with 320 shader units, clocked at 443 MHz. A8-Series 3870K runs at 3 GHz, and its on-chip Radeon HD 6550D graphics unit is clocked at 600 MHz, and has 400 shaders. Both parts have unlocked clock multiplier, and 100 Watt TDP. Pre-order prices of 3670K and 3870K microprocessors in Bottom Line Telecommunications online store are $121.50 and $143.77, which seems to be identical to current prices of A6-3650 and A8-3850 chips in the same store. This suggests that soon to be released unlocked CPUs may be introduced at the same price level as current A6-3650 and A8-3850. Hopefully, the prices of older 3650 and 3850 models will be dropped once unlocked processors are released.



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