Details emerge on AMD A8-3530MX Llano CPU
As you may already know, later this year AMD is going to introduce LLano microprocessor core, that will be used in both desktop and mobile markets. The Llano core is a 32nm shrink of current K10 (Stars) core, and, in addition to features, we've become accustomed on Athlon II and Phenom II lines of CPUs, it will also integrate Radeon 6000 series graphics. Yesterday, DonanimHaber disclosed details of mobile processor A8-3530MX, based on Llano core.
AMD A8-3530MX is a quad-core mobile CPU for upcoming Sabine platform. The microprocessor boasts 4 cores, 4 MB level 2 cache, and 1.9 GHz clock frequency. When necessary, the frequency can be boosted even higher, up to 2.6 GHz, with the help of new Turbo Core feature. On-chip Radeon 6620G graphics is clocked at 444 MHz, and has 400 shaders. DDR3 memory controller on this A8-Series part supports DDR3-1333 and DDR3-1600 standard-voltage and low-voltage memory. Thermal Design Power of the A8-3530MX SKU is 45 Watt, and that includes the power dissipated by integrated graphics. The microprocessor utilizes socket FS1, and will be coupled with A60M and A70M South Bridge chipsets. Based on information, seen by DonanimHaber, the 3530MX will be released in 2011, and it will stay the fastest quad-core model until 2012.
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