TPU came across leaked slides that reveal the specifications of AMD's upcoming A10-7850K and A10-7700K APUs. Based on the 28nm Kaveri design, these K-series chips will have a TDP of 95W. They deliver the Steamroller CPU architecture, GCN graphics (which occupies 47 percent of Kaveri's die area), and hUMA support.
Among the two parts detailed today are the A10-7850K flagship, and the A10-7700K. The A10-7850K features CPU clock speeds of 3.70 GHz, with 4.00 GHz TurboCore frequency, the GPU with all its 512 stream processors unlocked, and GPU clock speeds of 720 MHz. The A10-7700K, on the other hand, offers CPU clock speeds of 3.50 GHz, with 3.80 GHz TurboCore frequencies, and cut-down GPU with just 6 compute units, 384 stream processors, and 24 TMUs clocked at 720 MHz. Both chips are expected to be priced under $150, when they go on sale this January. AMD "Kaveri" APUs are compatible with the newer socket FM2+ motherboards characterized by black-colored CPU sockets, and thicker pins. FM2+ motherboards themselves offer backwards-compatibility with older "Richland" and "Trinity" APUs.