AMD Athlon II X4 700 series socket FM2 revealed
Last month AMD confirmed plans to launch new Athlon microprocessor socket FM2 , which will be based in trinity core, but unlike the rest of Trinity APUs, lack of integrated graphics.
AMD Athlon II X4 750K
microprocessor piledriver comprises two modules (four processing units and two units of whole Flex-FP) operating at 3.4GHz, the TDP is 100W. This microprocessor has desbloquedo multiplier, so it could become a very interesting alternative for beginners overclockers (the rest of microprocessor socket FM2 no unlocked multiplier can overclock the FSB setting in BIOS).
AMD Athlon II X4 740
Microprocessor comprises two Piledriver modules (four processing units and two units of whole-Flex FP) running at 3.2GHz, its TDP is 65W.
AMD Athlon II X4 730
Microprocessor comprises two Piledriver modules (four processing units and two units of whole-Flex FP) running at 2.8GHz, its TDP is 65W.
All microprocessors AMD Athlon II X4 700 series socket FM2 have 4MB of L2. Are expected to be released sometime next month.
Link: Specifications of Athlon X4 “Trinity” confirmed CPUs (CPU World)Tags: 750K X4, amd, Athlon II, CPU, fm2, microprocessor, piledriver, processor, socket, trinity, x4, X4 730, X4 740