A recent CPU compatibility list from MSI seems to have inadvertently revealed two additional “Richland” APUs, the A8-6500T and A10-6700T, which both feature quad-cores and will presumably have a low TDP as indicated by the “T” suffix.
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|Base Clock||2.1 GHz||2.5 GHz|
|L2 Cache||4 MB||4 MB|
|GPU Core Model||Radeon HD 8650D||Radeon HD 8650D|
|GPU Clock||720 MHz||720 MHz|
|GPU Stream Processors||256||384|
As with all formally unannounced products, all the information above should be taken with a grain of salt. It is currently unknown as to whether these new APUs will see a retail release and what the respective price points will be.
No they have the same about of sp's.
Both the 6800k and 6700 had 384. But they were both clocked at 844Mhz instead of 720.
The 6700T is looking eerily familiar... A10-5750M, anyone?
Didn't even think about that, but you are spot on.
It's simply an 10-5750m with an overclocked GPU. If the price is right it would be great for an ITX system. But i assume this will be the same price as the A10-6800k/6700 as is will be a "premium" product.
So it will either be a 35W part like the A10-5750, or possibly bumped up to 45W to compensate for higher GPU clock and higher CPU Boost.
EDIT: Other sites have it listed as a 45W part.... It's probably OEM only.