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Q: Is it possible to upgrade my AMD A6-3420M microprocessor?
A: Probably yes. Processor compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please check CPU-Upgrade.com resource for CPU support list for your board.
Sorry, overclocking information is not available at this time.
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Dec 20, 2011
: Last Friday Turkish site Donanimhaber published a few slides, one
of which revealed release date and official prices of A6-3670K and
A8-3870K Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). Two processors will be
launched on December 26, priced at $115 for A6 model, and $135 for A8
model. AMD today added specifications of these processors to
product database, thus confirming imminent release of both
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Dec 07, 2011
: Current AMD mobile "Sabine" platform was launched in June of this
year, and, as we reported in October, was due for refresh this
quarter. Today AMD quietly
added details on seven new SKUs to Sabine platform
specifications, and to notebook APU product information pages. That
usually means that processors are either officially released, or will
be released within days. Newly introduced A-Series microprocessors are a mix of
dual-core and quad-core models, targeting either higher performance on
"MX" chips, or power consumption on "M" parts.
New mobile AMD APUs sighted
Oct 25, 2011
: One month ago user "Konrad" in 3DCenter forum posted
several slides from AMD mobile roadmap. The slides included
details of AMD mobile platforms until the end of 2012. Also, the
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this year with seven new "Llano" Accelerated Processing Units (APUs).
New processors are A4-3305M, A4-3320M, A4-3330MX, A6-3420M, A6-3430MX,
A8-3520M, and A8-3550MX. All these models appeared
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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.