New AMD A4-3450 APU Surfaces

CPU World found the A4-3450 APU in Biostar's supported processor list. The 65 watt APU has a clock speed of 2.9 GHz and seems to join the 2.8 GHz A4-3420 as an OEM-only part. The A4-3450 is unlikely to show up in retail.

The publication noted that AMD recently added specifications for A4-4300M Trinity APU to its official product database. The dual-core mobile processor runs at 2.5 GHz and integrates AMD's Radeon HD 7420 graphics engine.

The release of another Llano APU is somewhat surprising , but there is a good chance that AMD has a pile of Llano processors still in stock, especially since the company recently noted that sales have been rather weak lately. There is a good chance that AMD is now using remaining and possibly additional Llano SKUs to gain traction in the lower end of the processor market.

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  • they can sell them very easy in third world countries like mine (venezuela) because people dont have enough to pay for an intel, and even less to buy a dedicated gpu
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  • how about releasing 1 SKU for the low powered Setup to complete against atom? E-350 is faster than Atom, but still quite a bit slower than regular CPUs.
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  • AMD needs to do more marketing. Every non-computer person I meet never heard of an AMD...

    greghomeit's 50 mhz faster...........what to do you expect?


    Mah Pentium 4 is clocked at 3.4 GHz, so it should be faster than an Ivy Bridge clocked at 3.3 GHz!

    WRONG
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  • how about releasing 1 SKU for the low powered Setup to complete against atom? E-350 is faster than Atom, but still quite a bit slower than regular CPUs.
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  • yes, even e450 is way too slow compared to i3
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  • they can sell them very easy in third world countries like mine (venezuela) because people dont have enough to pay for an intel, and even less to buy a dedicated gpu
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