DonanimHaber leaks data on new AMD processors

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(PhysOrg.com) -- When it comes to the world of computer processors it is all about what it going to happen next. Even if the current generation of processors can do everything that you want them to that tantalizing prospect of what else a new processor could do for you is one that simply cannot be resisted.

So, it can be no surprise when data about a new processor is leaked. The newest leak come to us from DonanimHaber. The site has published a report that details the information on the newest that plans to release later in this year.

The processor, which has been dubbed the A8-3530MX is expected to launch as part of the company's Llano APU line of machines, which will feature a set of four processing cores and an integrated that has the Northbridge components embedded in the chipset.

The four cores in the CPU will each be capable of operating at a base frequency of 1.9GHz. The processors can get a boost, with the help of a TurboCore they will be able to reach a top speed of up to 2.6GHz. Either way, the processor will be paired with 4MB of L2 cache.

The graphics are being handled by a Radeon HD 6620G, which has been clocked at 444MHz. This is actually a bit slower than some of the current options, which can be clocked to 500MHz that you will find inside the low-voltage E-240 and E-350 machines. The system will also be capable of 3D playback.

No word yet on which machines this processor will make its way into or what the machines will cost.


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