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Q: Can I upgrade my AMD A6-1450 CPU?
A: No. BGA processors, like this one, are soldered on a motherboard, as a result, upgrading or replacing them is very very difficult.
Sorry, we do not have overclocking data for the microprocessor at this time.
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May 23, 2013
: AMD today launched ultra-low voltage Accelerated Processing Units, based on Temash and Kabini cores.
New processors are implemented as a System-on-a-Chip (SoC),
and integrate graphics and memory controller units, as well as chipset logic on a single die.
This integration helps to reduce overall system power consumption and the chipset footprint,
which is ideal for small mobile devices, such as
tablets, hybrids, and entry-level ultra-thin notebooks.
AMD A6-1450 APU spotted in Acer Aspire notebook
May 03, 2013
: In January AMD announced ultra-low power Temash APUs for tablets
and ultra-thin notebooks. The chips will make use of recently
launched Jaguar architecture, and they are expected in Q2 2013. Some
specifications of future Temash APUs were revealed by AMD in the
announcement, and in subsequent roadmap updates. Dual-core
microprocessor received A4-1200 model number. This part is clocked at
1 GHz, and has HD 8180 graphics. The second processor is a quad-core
AMD demonstrates convertible tablets with A6-1450 "Temash" APU
Apr 08, 2013
: Last week, AMD posted Youtube video, demonstrating Turbo Dock
feature and game performance of upcoming "Temash" and "Kabini"
microprocessors. The demonstration involved two separate reference
tablet designs, Compal and Wistron, that can be converted to
full-fledged notebooks using a detachable keyboard.
AMD A4-1200 "Temash" APU sighted
Mar 03, 2013
: In January AMD made public a 2013 roadmap, that provided some details on
upcoming generations of AMD Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). The roadmap
revealed several model numbers of unreleased chips, including A6-1450
"Temash" APU, A6-5200 "Kabini" part and "Richland"-based A8-5545M and A10-5750M.
Although all of them are quad-core processors, AMD will also
introduce dual-core SKUs.
AMD discloses performance of future mobile APUs
Jan 08, 2013
: AMD yesterday detailed their roadmap of mobile Accelerated
Processing Units for this year. The company plans three separate
families of processors: "Temash" ultra-low power chips for tablets,
"Kabini" APUs for netbooks and ultra-thin notebooks, and "Richland"
products for ultra-thin and mainstream notebooks. AMD also revealed
some of the upcoming APU models, as well as their performance in
graphics and office applications.