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Tuesday, 21 June 2011 15:55

Desktop Llano listed in Europe

Written by Slobodan Simic
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€129,29 for the A8-3850

A quick
glance of our favourite European price search engine revealed early listings of AMD's desktop Llano APUs, the quad-core A6-3650 and A8-3850.

In case you missed it, the A6-3650 is a 2.6GHz part with 4MB of L2 cache and an HD 6530D graphics core with 320 shaders and a 443MHz clock. It has a 100W TDP and was earlier listed in the USA for US $126. The European listing that we found puts it at €109,25.

The next one is the 2.9GHz flagship A8-3850 APU featuring an HD 6550D graphics part with 400 shaders and 600MHz clock. This one has the same 100W TDP and supports dual-channel DDR3-1866 memory. It was previously listed in the USA for around US $150 and has now showed up in Europe with an early listing at €129,29.

Of course, bear in mind that these are, as noted, early listings and that price might be a bit different once these are officially announced. We still don't have a precise date for the desktop Llano launch but we'll get back to you with this pretty soon, as it might be just around the corner. Some retailers expect to see desktop Llanos in stock in the first half of July.

You can check out the desktop Llano listings here.

Last modified on Tuesday, 21 June 2011 22:45
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+11 #1 bunker 2011-06-22 09:28
wow, didn't expect them so cheap actually.
How much is a basic llano motherboard?
thinking about upgrading from my C2D6400+7900GTX to one of these...

How much of an upgrade would we be talking about, going on the performance of the mobile parts?

its so hard to find ways to compare older vga cards these days :s
 
 
+12 #2 bobo 2011-06-22 09:51
Motherboards should start to show up sometime next week according to what I know, and APUs shouldn't be far behind...


Quoting bunker:
wow, didn't expect them so cheap actually.
How much is a basic llano motherboard?
thinking about upgrading from my C2D6400+7900GTX to one of these...

How much of an upgrade would we be talking about, going on the performance of the mobile parts?

its so hard to find ways to compare older vga cards these days :s
 

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