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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.

Last modified on Thursday, 18 August 2011 10:16
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-5 #1 The_Wolf88 2011-08-18 11:21
If the forth core is going to be unlockable it will be perfect !
 
 
+2 #2 Kryojenix 2011-08-18 11:46
Quoting The_Wolf88:
If the forth core...
--- "fourth"!
 
 
+2 #3 bardenck 2011-08-18 14:12
Quoting The_Wolf88:
If the forth core is going to be unlockable it will be perfect !



if it is, it probably wont work.
 
 
-2 #4 evolucion8 2011-08-18 15:15
That may explain why there's tri-cores on the Llano lineup, eventually with time, yields will improve to the point that the fourth core would be unlockable with no issues like the later versions of the Phenom II X3.
 

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