AMD A10-6800K "Richland" APU to replace A10-5800K
Current generation of A-Series Accelerated Processing units (APUs) is going to be replaced with "Richland" processors in the middle of 2013. The future Accelerated units will utilize Piledriver core, produced on 28nm process, while staying compatible with socket FM2 platform. The processors will also receive integrated GPU with Radeon HD 8000 graphics. Fudzilla recently revealed some details of Richland lineup, as well as A10-6800K model number of the flagship "Richland" APU.
Like current A10-5800K top model, the future A10-6800K will have 4 CPU cores, and will fit into 100 Watt power envelope. The part will have unlocked multiplier and support Turbo Core, however its base and Turbo clock speeds at this time are unknown. The A10-6800K will be available in June 2013.
In addition to the 6800K, Richland lineup will also have 3 quad-core SKUs and 2 dual-cores, rated at 65 Watt and 100 Watt TDP. Their frequencies are not known yet.
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