AMD 'Temash' Quad-Core SoC Spotted in Acer Aspire Laptop

AMD’s upcoming A6-1450 “Temash” SoC has been spotted powering the upcoming Acer Aspire V5-122P-0643 notebook. Though the product is no longer listed on Acer’s website, WCCFTech has posted a fairly extensive copy of the Aspire V5-122P-0643’s product page and the following screenshot.

As we’ve noted previously, the Temash A6-1450 SoC is a quad-core processor that is based on AMD’s 28 nm “Jaguar” architecture and features a base and turbo clock of 1.0 GHz and 1.4 GHz, respectively; a 2 MB L2 cache; and a TDP of just 4 – 6 W. The APU also includes a Radeon HD 8280 iGPU that is clocked at 300 MHz while idle and 500 MHz when under load, and it utilizes AMD’s NUMA (non-uniform memory access) architecture.

The Aspire V5-122P-0643 features an 11.6” Multi-touch LED display with an unspecified “HD resolution” (likely to be 1366 x 768), 2 GB of DDR3 memory, a 500 GB mechanical hard drive, and a 3-cell lithium-ion battery.

The Acer Aspire V5-122P-0643 was available for purchase from for $499. Currently, it is unknown when the notebook will be back on sale.

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  • CaptainTom
    Well then how strong will Jaguar be if Temash is 1.4 GHz? 2+ GHz?!
    I hope so!
  • DarkSable
    A TDP of 4-6W? That's pretty impressive.
    The rest of it isn't nearly as astounding - here's hoping that full fledged jaguar chips are amazing.
  • amuffin
    That's actually a really good price for a laptop of that caliber. Good for school work!