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Thursday, September 27, 2012
AMD Releases Second-Generation A-Series Desktop APUs


AMD announced the second-generation A-Series desktop APU lineup, based on the "Trinity" silicon. The new A10 and A8 chips make overclocking affordable priced between $100 and $150, lower than Intel's competitive offerings.

AMD's APUs run at up to 4.2GHz, but can be overclocked to 6.5GHz with liquid nitrogen cooling, the company. The chips combine four x86-64 cores spread across two "Piledriver" micro-architecture modules, with a Radeon HD 7000 series graphics core with 384 VLIW4 stream processors, an integrated northbridge, and a dual-channel DDR3-1866 MHz integrated memory controller.

AMD's internal benchmarks revealed the new chips provide 25 percent to 37 percent overall faster system performance than the older desktop chips code-named Llano, which were released last year.

The company released the lineup with two A10-5000 series quad-core models. These are followed by two A8-5000 series models, which have four x86-64 cores, but just 256 stream processors for the GPU component. The A6-5000 series dual-core APUs feature 192 stream processors. Trailing the pack is the A4-5000 series dual-core APUs with 128 stream processors.

The unlockable chips have 4MB of cache, consume 100 watts of power and are identifiable by the K moniker. The A10-5800K has a maximum CPU clock speed of 4.2GHz and 384 graphics cores with 800MHz GPU clock speed. The A8-5600K has a maximum clock speed of 3.9GHz and 256 graphics cores with 760MHz GPU clock speed.

AMD also announced also include chips that cannot be unlocked. The quad-core A10-5700 runs at up to 4GHz and the A8-5500 runs at a clock speed of up to 3.7GHz. The chips draw 65 watts of power and have 4MB cache.

The chip will be available starting Oct. 2 through component channels worldwide.

APU model A10-5800K A10-5700 A8-5600K A8-5500 A6-5400K A4-5300
Radeon graphics brand HD 7660D HD 7660D HD 7560D HD 7560D HD 7540D HD 7480D
TDP 100W 65W 100W 65W 65W 65W
Radeon cores 384 384 256 256 192 128
GPU clock speeds 800 MHz 800 MHz 760 MHz 760 MHz 760 MHz 723 MHz
CPU cores 4 4 4 4 2 2
CPU clock (Max Turbo/Base) 4.2/3.8 GHz 4.0/3.4 GHz 3.9/3.6 GHz 3.7/3.2 GHz 3.8/3.6 GHz 3.6/3.4 GHz
Total cache 4MB 4MB 4MB 4MB 1MB 1MB
Max DDR3 1866 1866 1866 1866 1866 1600
AMD Turbo Core 3.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Unlocked Yes Yes Yes No Yes No


AMD AppZone Brings Windows and Android Apps to PCs

AMD also today announced the launch of AMD AppZone, an online showcase for applications and games. In addition to featuring popular PC games and apps, user can now download and run Android apps on AMD-based PCs running Windows thanks to a collaboration with BlueStacks to enable the AMD AppZone Player.

Powered by BlueStacks' technology, the AMD AppZone Player brings thousands of Android apps to the millions of AMD-powered tablets, notebooks, all-in-one and desktop PCs worldwide. In addition, consumers can automatically sync their AppZone apps with Android-based devices via BlueStacks Cloud Connect, a cloud-based service that enables a Windows-based PC to become an extension of an Android mobile device and vice versa.

Starting today, the AMD AppZone Player and featured apps like Sleeping Dogs, Adobe Photoshop CS6, and CyberLink PowerDirector 11 are available for download at www.amd.com/appzone or via the VISION Engine Control Center, which will be updated regularly to bring new titles like the highly anticipated Medal of Honor Warfighter2. Users can download featured apps directly from within the AMD AppZone Player or search for apps across the built-in app store.


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