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.