AMD to officially introduce its Llano “A8-3530MX” APU at this year’s Computex
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) will supposedly exhibit its latest chips at the Computex show in Taiwan. Apart from the Zambezi-FX processors, which are targeted towards desktop users, the company will also introduce its Sabine-based Llano Fusion Accelerated Processing Units (APU). It is claimed that this Quad-Core CPU will be AMD’s fastest mobile chip ever released.
Codenamed A8-3530MX, the upcoming mobile processor is manufactured in a 32nm technology and will reportedly feature four cores with a frequency of 1.9GHz. The clock speed goes up to 2.6GHz (with Turbo). Furthermore, this Fusion chip will ship with an integrated Radeon HD 6620G (128-bit wide memory interface) graphics controller and 4MB of Level 2 cache. The video card operates at 440MHz and will offer full DirectX11 and UDV3.0 support.
The Llano CPU will supposedly handle dual channel 1333MHz memory and standard memory with speeds of up to 1600MHz. In addition, the Fusion A Series will support Blu-Ray 3D, dual-GPU and up to 4 USB 3.0 ports.
Reportedly, notebooks based on these APUs will go on sale in Q3 2011.