AMD adds two new business class APUs to product list
After the early demise of the Bulldozer architecture and the accompanying Socket AM3+ infrastructure AMD has been working mostly on APUs with the latest Kaveri architecture coming out in January of this year. The newest line is unusual with the fact that it includes a few models designed for business users that carry the “PRO” moniker. The difference between regular AMD Kaveri APUs and business ones is that the latter will be on the market for a longer period of time but will be available mostly for OEM manufacturers.
Now AMD plans to release two more business-oriented Kaveri APUs. They will belong to the A4 line and will be known as A4 PRO-7300B and A4 PRO-7350B. Each new APU will offer two computational cores, 1 MB of L2 cache and an integrated DDR3-1866 memory controller.
The AMD A4 PRO-7350B model will run at 3.4 GHz (3.8 GHz in Turbo Mode) and will have Radeon R5 graphics with 192 stream processors but there’s no word on the integrated GPU frequency. The A4 PRO-7300B runs at 3.9 GHz (4.2 GHz in Turbo Mode) and offers a Radeon HD 8470D GPU. Thus this model may be based on an older Richland core.
There’s no word on the release date or pricing for both models as of now.
Source: CPU Words