*From AMD Official Press Release
AMD today launched the 2014 AMD A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), the most advanced and developer friendly performance APUs from AMD to date. The AMD A-Series APUs with AMD Radeonâ„¢ R7 graphics, codenamed â€œKaveriâ€, are designed with industry-changing new features that deliver superior compute and heart-pounding gaming performance.
New and improved features of the AMD A-Series APUs include:
â€¢ Up to 12 Compute Cores (4 CPU and 8 GPU) unlocking full APU potential ;
â€¢ Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) features, a new intelligent computing architecture that enables the CPU and GPU to work in harmony by seamlessly streamlining right tasks to the most suitable processing element, resulting in performance and efficiency for both consumers and developers;
â€¢ Award-winning Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture with powerful AMD Radeonâ„¢ R7 Series graphics for performance that commands respect and with support for DirectX 11.2 ;
â€¢ AMDâ€™s acclaimed Mantle, an API that simplifies game optimizations for programmers and developers to raise gaming performance to unprecedented levels when unlocked ;
â€¢ AMD TrueAudio Technology, 32-channel surround audio delivering the best in audio realism and immersion ;
â€¢ Support for UltraHD (4K) resolutions and new video post processing enhancements that will make 1080p videos look even better when upscaled on UltraHD-enabled monitor or TV ;
â€¢ FM2+ socket compatibility for a unifying infrastructure that works with APUs and CPUs.
â€œAMD maintains our technology leadership with the 2014 AMD A-Series APUs, a revolutionary next generation APU that marks a new era of computing,â€ said Bernd Lienhard, corporate vice president and general manager, Client Business Unit, AMD. â€œWith world-class graphics and compute technology on a single chip, the AMD A-Series APU is an effective and efficient solution for our customers and enable industry-leading computing experiences.â€
– The AMD A10-7850K priced at RM689, A10-7770K is RM589
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