AMD Quietly Reveals its Trinity APUs for Desktops
Despite news of the Trinity APUs for desktops been delayed until October this year, AMD has revealed details of these APUs on its website.
(turbo / base)
|L2 Cache||Radeon Cores||GPU Clock
|A10-5800K||HD 7660D||100W||4||4.2GHz / 3.8GHz||4MB||384||800MHz||
|A10-5700||HD 7660D||65W||4||4.0GHz / 3.4GHz||4MB||384||760MHz||
|A8-5600K||HD 7560D||100W||4||3.9GHz / 3.6GHz||4MB||256||760MHz||1866|
|A8-5500||HD 7560D||65W||4||3.7GHz / 3.2GHz||4MB||256||760MHz||1866|
There are two A8- and two A10 series APUs listed at the site, each series has one “K” variant that features an unlocked clock multiplier, and is rated at 100W TDP. The non-K variant features a locked multiplier and is rated at 65W TDP. The listed APUs feature four CPU cores each, as well as Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs. They all have 4 MB L2 caches and support for DDR3-1866 memory modules.
For the full list of Trinity APUs launched, please visit AMD's site here.