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Sunday, 06 January 2013 20:25

AMD E2-2000 and E1-1500 show up at AMD's website

Written by Slobodan Simic



Full specs detailed


Although we already wrote about these two Brazos 2.0 parts and their delay, both the E2-2000 and the E1-1500 have now popped up AMD's German website showing full specs.

The E2-2000 and the E1-1500 are meant to replace the current E2-1800 and the E1-1200 parts, bringing slightly higher performance. The E2-2000 is a dual-core APU and works at 1.75GHz, has 1MB of L2 cache and comes with HD 7340 GPU clocked at 538/700MHz. The E2-2000 has support for DDR3-1333 memory and an 18W TDP. It will replace the older E2-1800 dual-core clocked at 1.7GHz and has the same HD 7340 GPU clocked at lower 523/680MHz.

The E1-1500 is also a dual-core APU clocked at 1.48GHz. It also has 1MB of L2 cache and, although not detailed, probably comes with the HD 7310 GPU clocked at 529MHz. This one has support for DDR3-1066 and also has an 18W TDP. As noted, this one replaces the E1-1200 APU.

You can check out more info over at CPU-World.com and find them both over at the AMD site here.


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