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Thursday, 23 August 2012 08:45

AMD preps business class Trinity parts

Written by Fudzilla staff

Trinity puts on a tie, glasses

AMD is gearing up to introduce four new business series Trinity chips and they could appear as soon as October.

Two dual-cores are in play, the A4-5300B and A6-5400B. They are clocked at 3.4GHz and 3.6GHz respectively, sans Turbo Core. Both have 1MB of L2 cache and a TDP rating of 65W.

Somewhat more demanding corporate users are catered to by quad-core parts. The A8-5500B is clocked at 3.2GHz, has 4MB of L2 and a 65W TDP. The A10-5800B ends up with a 3.8GHz clock and 4MB of cache, but it has a TDP of 100W.

All business series parts fit AMD’s new socket FM2.

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