AMD A8-Series A8-3510MX - AM3510HLX43GX
AMD A8-3510MX is one of the first three members of "A8-Series for Notebooks" family of mobile CPUs. The processor, marketed by AMD as Accelerated Processor Unit or APU, was a part Sabine mobile platform launch in June 2011. The launch event also included 6 other chips from A4-, A6- and A8-Series for Notebooks families. Like other A8 microprocessors, this model is targeted at mid-class and high-performance mainstream laptops.
The AMD A8-3510MX is built on Llano core, which uses improved K10 micro-architecture, adapted for 32nm manufacturing process. The processor has four CPU cores, clocked at 1.8 GHz. Each core incorporates dedicated 128 KB L1 and 1 MB L2 caches. The 3510MX supports the same K10 instruction set extensions and technologies, as Athlon II and Phenom II mobile parts: AMD64 and Virtualization, and SIMD extensions up to SSE3 and SSE4A. New feature on this APU is a Turbo Core technology, that can boost operating frequency up to 2.5 GHz when some cores are not active.
Another new feature in the AMD A8-3510MX is a Radeon HD 6620G Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), integrated on the same a die as CPU cores. The graphics unit on this chip operates at 444 MHz, and it comes with 400 shader units. The GPU is powerful enough to match performance of discreet video cards in 3D graphics applications. The shader units can be also used for highly parallel calculations by non-graphics programs. In this case, the combined power of all shaders may result in an order of magnitude better performance compared to the performance of CPU cores.
In addition to processor cores and the graphics unit, the A8-Series 3510MX contains the following components:
The AMD A8-3510MX incorporates several low-power states, as well as
a number of low-level enhancements, that considerably lower
APU's power consumption. For example, power gating technique allows
this model to reduce power by switching off graphics processing
unit, UVD, and/or one or more CPU cores, when those are not used.
Thermal Design Power of the A8-3510MX is 45 Watt, which includes
power, dissipated by the cores, GPU, memory controller, and other chip
components. This APU is manufactured in a PGA package, compatible with
AMD A8-3510MX specifications
CPUs, related to AMD A8-3510MX
Q: I have an AMD A8-3510MX microprocessor. Is it possible to upgrade it?
A: Probably yes. Processor compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please check CPU-Upgrade.com resource for CPU support list for your board.
AMD A8-3510MX Overclocking
Sorry, overclocking information is not available at this time.
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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