The range consists of five quad-cores and two dual-cores that should cover a sizable chunk of the notebook market, but they also look like a very good choice for all-in-ones or SFF rigs. The top of the range is reserved for quad-core A8-3500 series parts. These include the 3530MX, clocked at 1.9GHz/2.6GHz with turbo, the 3510MX, clocked at 1.8GHz/2.5GHz and the 3500M, with a 1.5GHz/2.5GHz clock. All feature 4MB of L2 cache and HD 6620G graphics at 444MHz. The 3530MX and 3510MX have a 45W TDP, while the 3500M is happy with just 35W.
AMD will offer two additional quad-cores as part of the A6-3400 series. The A6-3410MX has a 45W TDP, 4MB of L2 cache and 1.6GHz/2.3GHz clock, while the 3400M has a 35W TDP and 1.4GHz/2.3GHz clock. Both feature HD 6520G graphics, with 320 shaders clocked at 400MHz.
As for the dual cores, AMD has prepared two A4-3300 series parts. The 45W TDP 3310MX is clocked at 2.1GHz/2.5GHz, while the 3300M runs at 1.9GHz/2.5GHz with a 35W TDP. Both use HD 6480G graphics, with 240 sharers and a 444MHz clock.
In addition, AMD will offer a cheaper E2-series dual-core, dubbed E2-3000M. It has a 35W TDP, 1.8GHz/2.4GHz clock, 1MB of L2 and HD 6380G with 160 cores.
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