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Thursday, 18 August 2011 08:00

AMD officially rolls out its triple-core Llano

Written by Slobodan Simic
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A6-3500 joins the rest of the lineup
AMD has now officially announced its currently cheapest A-Series APU, the triple core A6-3500. Hitting retail/e-tail shelves at US $95, the A6-3500 basically has the same specs as the previously detailed A6-3600, except the obvious lack of one core.

In case you missed it before, the A6-3500 ticks at 2.1GHz in normal and 2.4GHz in Turbo mode. It features 4MB of L2 cache and comes with Radeon HD 6530D graphics part with 320 Stream Processors and a 443MHz clock. The TDP of the A6-3500 is set at 65W and features support for DDR3-1866 memory.

The A6-3500 has already been listed in Europe and we are quite sure that most retail/e-tail shop will start listing it pretty soon. The A6-3500 is listed in the UK with a lowest price set €76,65 while in Germany it goes for just a tad under €90.

According to AMD, the triple-core has been launched in order to commemorate the shipping of twelve million APUs so far. You can find it listed here.

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