Details about the AMD’s next generation of APU is set to be released during Q2 2013, however the leaked specifications from a source has given some good idea about the AMD “Richland” APU lineup. AMD’s second-generation A-series Fusion “Richland” APUs use up to 4 Piledriver cores with 3 models of AMD Radeon HD graphics core. These processors are essentially a 32nm process.
According to the leak, the Richland APU will have Dual and Quad core K and non K series SKUs. The base model is the A4-6300, a dual core processor with a 65Watt TDP and 3.7GHz base clock with 3.9GHz boost and a HD 8370D GPU clocked at 760MHz. The Flagship model within the Richland lineup is named the A10-6800K, a quad core processor with a 100w TDP, 4.1 GHz base clock and goes up to 4.4GHz with Boost, with a HD 8670D GPU clocked at 844MHz.
Do note that the HD8000 series is based on GCN architecture which will allow dual graphic support with the HD7000 series GPU.
|APU Model||TDP||Cores||CPU Base/Boost Clock Speed (GHz)||GPU and Clock Speed (MHz)|
Source: VR-Zone China