AMD reveals its APU specifications for desktop Trinity
The A-Series APU AMD Second-generation notebook and Ultrathins Trinity was released mid last month, but the latest rumors suggest their desktop version will be released in September this year , though the rumors could be wrong, because we do not know if intentionally or by mistake, amd has released the specifications of your desktop trinity apu on its website.
Like his brothers and Ultrathins laptop, the AMD A-Series APU second-generation desktop “Trinity” will be based on the new micro-architecture of AMD piledriver and will have up to two modules Piledriver (four integer processing units ” ALUs “and two floating point units” Flex-FP) and AMD Radeon HD 7000 graphics architecture-based VLIW4.
In AMD’s website you can see four new APU Trinity, those with 2 modules (4 cores Piledriver) with frequencies from 3.8GHz to 3.2GHz up to (from 3.7GHz to 4.2GHz Core Turbo Mode 3.0) and AMD Radeon graphics HD 7000 with 256 and 384 shader frequency from 760MHz processorscon up to 800MHz, and TDPs of 65W and 100W.
Without further ado here AMD models published on its website:
Link: Desktop PCs with AMD Accelerated Processors (AMD)Tags: A10-5700, A10-5800K, A8-5500, A8-5600K, amd, apu, desk, desktop, piledriver, specs, trinity