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Thursday, 01 September 2011 13:54

AMD dual-core Llano APUs listed in Europe

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Two A4 series SKUs

European retailers/e-tailers have started to list two new AMD A4-series APUs, the A4-3400 and A4-3300. Although these are not yet available we now have some prices and some shops claim that it will be available in two to three weeks.

The A4-3400 and the A4-3300 are pretty much the same except for the clocks for both the CPU and the GPU part of the APU. The A4-3400 is clocked at 2.7GHz while the A4-3300 works at 2.5GHz. Both of these dual-core APUs feature 2x512kB of L2 cache, same Radeon HD 6410D graphics part with 240 stream processors. As noted, the GPU part on the A4-3400 is clocked at 600MHz while the GPU part on the slower A4-3300 is clocked at 433MHz.

Both APUs also have the same 65W TDP and support dual-channel DDR3-1600 memory. As noted, some retailers/e-tailers are claiming availability in two to three weeks and the current lowest price in Germany is set at €66,28 for the A4-3400 and €62,50 for the A4-3300.

Paired up with a cheap A55 motherboard, these APUs might easily end up to be the best value option for most consumers.

Last modified on Thursday, 01 September 2011 16:18
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-1 #1 nforce4max 2011-09-02 04:32
They have been in the states for the past month but not widely available. I got the a4 3300m. Performance per core is decent but not enough. The multiplier is unlocked so they do make decent overclockers. The furthest that mine has gone is 2.35ghz and that is on a laptop.

K10stat ;) Also good for underclocking to save on battery.

HP pavilion G6 Dandelion Breeze edition.
 
 
-1 #2 cyrusfox 2011-09-04 04:06
Quoting nforce4max:
They have been in the states for the past month but not widely available. I got the a4 3300m. Performance per core is decent but not enough. The multiplier is unlocked so they do make decent overclockers. The furthest that mine has gone is 2.35ghz and that is on a laptop.

K10stat ;) Also good for underclocking to save on battery.

HP pavilion G6 Dandelion Breeze edition.

Yes the mobile variety has been out for a long time, you are correct. But this article is about the desktop variety of llano(lynx). Which hasn't seen any chips besides the a8-3850 and the a6-3650 yet in market. These lower powered and cheaper dual cores make much more sense for builds for relatives and grandma.
 

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