AMD Introduces A6-3500 Desktop APU

AMD today announced availability of a new member of its A-Series APU desktop processor family: the A6-3500.

The A6-3500 desktop APU combines three x86 CPU cores with 320 Radeon cores. For more graphical punch, users can pair the APU's graphical portion with select Radeon HD 6000 Series graphics cards.

The A6-3500 APU operates at 2.1 GHz and 2.4 GHz with Turbo Boost (CPU) and 444 MHz (GPU) with 3MB of L2 cache and a TDP of 65W. The AMD A6-3500 APU is designed for use with FM1 motherboards.

With a suggested retail price of $95.00 (U.S), the A6-3500 desktop APU is now available for purchase through system builders and online retailers.

Read more about the A-Series of AMD APUs here.

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  • A big part of me doesn't want to hear anything else from AMD unless it's, "Hey everybody, here's Bulldozer."
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  • Davendork, I think 90% of readers of this site feel exactly the same way. Just shut up and get bulldozer out. Enough delays.
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  • Just ordered my first A8 mobo/CPU. Looking forward to playing with the new tech. Very promising platform for mainstream uses.
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  • Just ordered my first A8 mobo/CPU. Looking forward to playing with the new tech. Very promising platform for mainstream uses.
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  • Should have typed A6 (brain cramp). Doh!!!
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  • A big part of me doesn't want to hear anything else from AMD unless it's, "Hey everybody, here's Bulldozer."
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