Not so long ago, AMD has officially introduced Llano A-Series processors. Now, media sources indicated the company is getting ready to present an entry level model for Desktop segment, Llano APU E2-3200.
This APU combines two compute cores and integrated graphics processor Radeon HD 6370D. Also, it features integrated DD3 memory controller and 1MB of L2 Cache. Processor cores operated at 2.4 GHz while memory controller supports modules with up-to 1600 MHz specs. Integrated graphics processors utilizes 160 Stream processors clocked at 443MHz. AMD Llano APU E2-3200 does not support Turbo Core technology and can not dynamically change clock rates of components inside. In addition, the graphics part does not support Dual Graphics technology thus can not be used together with discrete graphics cards. TDP level is set to 65W. The novelty is made to Socket FM1. Other details are not disclosed.
It is expected for AMD Llano APU E2-3200 to officially launch in Q4 2011 with hitting retail shortly after that. Recommended price is unknown.