AMD FX-670K processor seen online

AMD FX-670K processor seen online

A strange new AMD processor has been seen online and has gone so far as to be featured in HP Pavilion 500-266ea desktop computers that you can now purchase online.

The new chip is known as AMD FX-670K but it is not a member of the Zambezi/Vishera family of desktop processors. In fact the FX-670K is a Richland APU that comes with a deactivated on-die GPU. The chip supports the FM2 socket and comes with four AMD Piledriver cores (two modules) that run as high as 3.7 GHz. In addition the new chip comes with an unlocked multiplier for easier overclocking.

The AMD FX-670K processor can be yours now in the HP Pavilion 500-266ea computer that is based on a motherboard with an AMD A75 chipset and Radeon R7 240 graphics. The computer can now be purchased online for USD 580.

Source: IXBT

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