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Monday, 02 July 2012 09:09

Brazos 2.0 E2 2000 comes in Q4 12

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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1.75GHz clocked + Turbo core

AMD is currently selling its Brazos 2.0 processors under the name of E2 1800. This part runs at 1.7GHz for both cores, has an 18W TDP, HD 7340 GPU and the ability to turbo overclock, at least the GPU part. 

AMD E3 1800 GPU runs between 523MHz and 680MHz and it fits the FT1 socket. The newcomer branded as E2 2000 has the same HD 7340 GPU, two cores and 1.75GHz core clock. Its TDP remains at 18W, it comes with 1MB cache and has 80 Radeon cores. Its GPU starts at 538MHz and with turbo core support it goes all the way up to 700MHz. 

Just like any Brazos and Brazos 2.0 processors in the past, it is not an unlocked processor but remains loyal to FT1 platform and DDR3 1333 support. Its graphics is DirectX 11 compatible, supports UVD 3, AMD V and Open CL acceleration.

The only downside is that this is still a 40nm part. It should last until the replacement in form of a new Fusion APU codename Kabini 28nm APU, which arrives at some point in 2013. 




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