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Monday, 13 June 2011 09:31

Llano specs confirmed by AMD leak

Written by Fudzilla staff


Seven mobile parts ready to go
AMD has revealed a spec chart confirming previously leaked mobile Llano specs. The list includes seven processors, ranging from the flagship A8-3530MX quad core to the dual core A4-3300M.

The A8-3530MX is 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 A8 series parts feature 4MB of L2 cache and HD 6620G graphics at 444MHz. The 3530MX and 3510MX have a 45W TDP, while the 3500M is rated at 35W.

As for the A6-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. In the dual core space, AMD has prepared the 45W TDP 3310MX is clocked at 2.1GHz/2.5GHz, while the 35 watt 3300M runs at 1.9GHz/2.5GHz with a 35W TDP. Both use HD 6480G graphics, with 240 sharers and a 444MHz clock.

You can check out the details at AMD Italy, here, and Llano is expected to launch shortly, perhaps in a matter of days. (Or hours. sub.ed.)

 

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+8 #1 FlOw 2011-06-13 10:13
:o Am i the only one who thinks the names are getting a little confusing? why do all the chips start with 3 anyway? I liked how the last two digits of the thuban's told you how high the turbo was,(xx00=400mhz, xx50=500mhz) the new ones don't seem to do that anymore :sad: . The only thing i like about the new names are the X denoting a 45w chip.
 
 
+28 #2 Harry Lloyd 2011-06-13 11:08
Intel and AMD got tired of price wars, so now they fight to come up with the "stupidest" naming. Intel was winning, but now I think there's a tie.
 
 
0 #3 anno 2011-06-13 11:10
I agree that AMD's naming scheme hasn't improved. They probably want customers to just look at the Ax part to see which would be good enough (like Intel's ix). As for the 3, I really hope it isn't because Intel's stuff starts with 2. In that case, AMD should really start to think for themselves regarding this! The Intel naming scheme sucks too, no use copying that.

What you can see from the naming scheme is that the second digit appears to show how fast the GPU part is. (35xx = 400 shaders, 34xx = 320 shaders, 33xx = 240 shaders)
 
 
+2 #4 TechHog 2011-06-13 16:40
45W dual-core? WTF? I'd avoid that like the plague. Sounds like a horribly binned chip compared to the others.

Other than that and maybe the naming, this looks pretty good.
 
 
+3 #5 comfynumb 2011-06-14 03:57
Quoting TechHog:
45W dual-core? WTF? I'd avoid that like the plague. Sounds like a horribly binned chip compared to the others.

Other than that and maybe the naming, this looks pretty good.


Its a dual core with a gpu, all in one package.... are you counting for the juice the gpu takes as well... or are you comparing this TDP to a dual core with out a gpu? I think the 45w TDP for a dual core chip and a pretty powerful gpu all in one is great and what I would expect from first gen. stuff like this..
 
 
+2 #6 TechHog 2011-06-14 04:01
Quoting comfynumb:
Its a dual core with a gpu, all in one package.... are you counting for the juice the gpu takes as well... or are you comparing this TDP to a dual core with out a gpu? I think the 45w TDP for a dual core chip and a pretty powerful gpu all in one is great and what I would expect from first gen. stuff like this..

It has the same TDP as a quad core APU with a more powerful GPU. That's not an excuse, since the quads prove that can do better. It's a very low-binned chip. That's the only explanation, unless it's unlocked.
 
 
+2 #7 comfynumb 2011-06-14 04:15
Quoting TechHog:
Quoting comfynumb:
Its a dual core with a gpu, all in one package.... are you counting for the juice the gpu takes as well... or are you comparing this TDP to a dual core with out a gpu? I think the 45w TDP for a dual core chip and a pretty powerful gpu all in one is great and what I would expect from first gen. stuff like this..

It has the same TDP as a quad core APU with a more powerful GPU. That's not an excuse, since the quads prove that can do better. It's a very low-binned chip. That's the only explanation, unless it's unlocked.

It is odd that the quad has the same TDP.... Wonder why that is.? Maybe they turned off 2 of the cores like they did with the k10 x2s.. If I recall correctly it didnt effect the TDP drastically...
 

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