AMD Richland information leaked on the Internet

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Sources apparently close to AMD have leaked on the Internet the first detailed information in regards to the upcoming Richland APU family that will soon retire the latest AMD APU – Trinity.

So according to these sources in Q2 2013 AMD will release six new APUs based on the Richland architecture. They will be as follows:

  • A10-6800K – four cores, integrated Radeon HD 8670D, unlocked multiplier and TDP of 100W;
  • A8-6600K – four cores, integrated Radeon HD 8570D graphics, unlocked multiplier and TDP of 100W;
  • A10-6700 – four cores, integrated Radeon HD 8670D graphics and TDP of 65W;
  • A8-6500 – four cores, integrated Radeon HD 8570D graphics and TDP of 65W;
  • A6-6400K – two cores, integrated Radeon HD 8470D graphics, unlocked multiplier and TDP of 65W;
  • A4-6300 – two cores, integrated Radeon HD 8370D and TDP of 65W;

All Richland APUs will be made on 32 nm technology and will support AMD’s FM2 socket. Richland APUs will also support DDR3 memory that works at up to 1866 MHz and can be used in motherboards that feature the AMD A85X chipset.


Source: Hardwareluxx.com

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