AMD Bulldozer processor families

Bulldozer group of processor families was launched in October 2011. The first Bulldozer-based products were high-performance FX-Series desktop microprocessors, that were followed by Opteron 4200 and 6200 server CPUs in November 2011. Mid-class desktop and mobile Bulldozer parts, marketed as APUs, were released in 2012. These processors had on-chip GPU, and featured enhanced Bulldozer microarchitecture, dubbed Piledriver. As of March 2013, Bulldozer line includes models having from 2 to 16 CPU cores, and operating at frequencies as high as 4.2 GHz.
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AMD Athlon X2 340 - AD340XOKA23HJ / AD340XOKHJBOX
Author: gshv

Athlon X2 is a family of low budget CPUs for desktop systems. Introduced in the second half of 2012, these microprocessors are built on a Piledriver architecture, and they pack 2 CPU cores and 1 MB L2 cache on a die. Despite being entry-level chips, they come with all x86 extensions, including AVX, FMA and AES instructions. They also support Turbo Core feature. The Athlon X2s lack integrated GPU, and that is the main difference between them and A4-/A6-Series APUs. Since the Athlons do not have a graphics unit, they require a separate video card to operate. On the other hand, all Athlon X2 CPUs are priced lower than dual-core APUs with comparable performance. All X2 processors work in socket FM2 motherboards.

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AMD A4-Series A4-5300 - AD5300OKA23HJ / AD5300OKHJBOX
Author: gshv

A4-Series is a family of entry-level microprocessors with integrated graphics. These processors, marketed by AMD as Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), were launched in August 2011. Originally built on K10 "Star" microarchitecture, they were transitioned to Piledriver architecture in October 2012 along with A6- and A8-Series products. At October's launch, the A4 family consisted of one retail SKU, and one Business-class SKU, which is shipped only in OEM systems. Both parts have two CPU cores with shared 1 MB level 2 cache, and support AES, SIMD Streaming Extensions up to SSE4 and AVX. Standard features of A4s are virtualization with nested pages, and Turbo Core technology. The APUs work in socket FM2 motherboards.

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AMD A6-Series A6-5400K - AD540KOKA23HJ / AD540KOKHJBOX
Author: gshv

AMD A6-Series is a family of budget processors, that offers higher CPU and GPU performance at slightly higher prices than A4 products. The first A6 parts, introduced in 2011, used K10 "Star" CPU cores. More recent A6-5400 series chips, released in October 2012, were built on newer Piledriver CPU cores. At this time (March 2013), the family includes consumer-class APUs with unlocked clock multiplier, and business-class APUs. The A6s have the same features as A4-Series with a few notable exceptions. To boost performance, AMD clocked the CPU and the graphics unit a bit higher. They also increased the number of Radeon cores from 128 to 192. Like A4 parts, A6-Series APUs use socket FM2.

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AMD A8-Series A8-5500 - AD5500OKA44HJ / AD5500OKHJBOX
Author: gshv

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AMD A10-Series A10-5700 - AD5700OKA44HJ / AD5700OKHJBOX
Author: gshv

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AMD FX-Series FX-4100 - FD4100WMW4KGU / FD4100WMGUSBX
Author: gshv

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AMD A4-Series A4-4300M - AM4300DEC23HJ
Author: vvl

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AMD A6-Series A6-4400M - AM4400DEC23HJ
Author: Neon

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AMD A8-Series A8-4500M - AM4500DEC44HJ
Author: Neon

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