AMD A4-Series A4-3300M - AM3300DDX23GX
AMD A4-3300M APU is a mobile microprocessor for budget and mid-class mainstream notebooks. The CPU was introduced in June 2011 together with 6 other models from Sabine mobile platform. The A4-3300M belongs to A4-Series for Notebooks family, that at the launch time was comprised of two dual-core processors.
A4-Series A4-3300M is built on 32nm Llano core, which uses tweaked "Stars" (K10) cores, paired with high-performance integrated graphics controller. This A4-Series processor comes with two CPU cores, each having 128 KB level 1 and 1 MB level 2 dedicated caches. The processor operates at 1.9 GHz, but for single-threaded applications its frequency can be boosted to 2.5 GHz with the help of new Turbo Core feature. The A4-3300M supports the same technologies as mobile 45nm Athlon II / Phenom II chips, that is AMD 64, Virtualization, and instruction set extensions up to SSE3 and SSE4A.
New feature in the Llano core is an integrated graphics processing unit (GPU), much more powerful than integrated GPUs in previous generations of AMD mobile chipsets. The graphics unit, implemented on the AMD A4-3300M, is Radeon HD 6480G, clocked at 444 MHz. The HD 6480G incorporates 240 shader units, which can be used for 3D graphics acceleration, as well as for acceleration of non-graphics applications.
In addition to CPU cores and the graphics processing unit, the A4-Series 3300M includes Universal Video Decoder (UVD) 3.0, used for acceleration of video decoding, as well as memory and PCI Express 2.0 controllers. On-chip DDR3 memory controller has two channels, and it supports standard and low-voltage memory with data rates up to 1333 MHz.
AMD A4-3300M includes a number of low-level enhancements, intended
to reduce processor's power consumption. For example, the chip may
completely turn off power for idle CPU cores, UVD and/or graphics
processing unit. Also, the chip supports several low-power states. The
A4-3300M features 35 Watt Thermal Design Power, that includes the
power dissipated by the cores, GPU and other chip components. The CPU
is manufactured in a PGA package, compatible with Socket FS1.
AMD A4-3300M specifications
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Q: I have an AMD A4-3300M microprocessor. Is it possible to upgrade it?
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AMD A4-3300M Overclocking
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New AMD A-Series mobile APUs sighted
Sep 07, 2011: Current generation of mobile AMD Accelerated Processing units (APUs) was launched in June of this year. The initial line-up was comprised of 8 dual- and quad-core microprocessors from E2- and A-Series, including 4 models with averaged maximum power 35 Watt. No additional models were released or announced (or sighted) since then. In August, Hewlett Packard updated "Maintenance and Service Guide" for HP Pavilion g7 line of notebooks, and added three new A-Series model numbers, A4-3320M, A6-3420M and A8-3520M.
AMD launches A-Series APUs for Notebooks
Jun 15, 2011: AMD yesterday announced new 2011 AMD Notebook Platform, that includes seven dual-core and quad-core A-Series microprocessors, codenamed "Llano". The new processors are marketed by AMD as Accelerated Processing Units (APU), and, in addition of retaining the full functionality of CPUs from previous generation of mobile AMD "Danube" platform, add extensive video and graphics processing capabilities.
Details of mobile Llano A-Series CPUs surface on AMD website
Jun 12, 2011: In May, we published specifications of forthcoming mobile A-Series microprocessors with integrated graphics, marketed by AMD as Accelerated Processing Units (APU). At the launch, there will be 7 dual- and quad-core SKUs, clocked from 1.5 GHz to 2.1 GHz, and reaching as high as 2.6 GHz in Turbo Core mode. Two days ago "2011 AMD Notebook Platform" page, was updated with information of these models.
Details of AMD Llano mobile CPU lineup
May 25, 2011: Earlier this week DonanimHaber published details of forthcoming AMD mobile "Llano" microprocessors from "Sabine" platform. Based on their information, the mobile line-up will be comprised of four families, targeting different sectors of the mobile market: high-performance A8-Series, mid- to high-performance A6-Series, budget and mid-class A4-Series, and entry-level E2-Series.
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CPUID features of AMD A4-3300M
NOTE: The CPU ID information below was taken from one CPU and may include features that are not present in all different steppings of the AMD A4-Series for Notebooks A4-3300M CPU.
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