AMD Preps Fusion-based Quad-core A8-3530MX

Turkish site Donanimhaber has been the source of multiple other leaks, and now the site has another one about an upcoming AMD Fusion APU.

A Fusion chip bound for notebooks is coded A8-3530MX, which is supposedly built on the Sabine platform and will pack 4MB of L2 cache. The fastest variant will run at 1.9 GHz but can TurboCore up to 2.6 GHz. Memory support will be in place for 1333MHz and 1600 MHz dual-channel DDR3.

The attraction to Fusion is its integrated graphics, which is said to be a DirectX 11-capable Radeon HD 6620G running at 444 MHz. It will have 400 shaders, 128-bit memory bus and even support Crossfire with compatible external GPUs.

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  • Scoregie
    Hmm hope AMD releases bulldozer soon... sigh
  • chichad
    AMD has only been teasing with bist and pieces of info. Why can't they just build something on time for once. I think they will be out with bulldozer and Intel would have moved to Ivy bridge (or beyond). Once again AMDs dream of crushing Intel's performance advantage would be crushed by its own bulldozer.
  • neiroatopelcc
    hmm compared to my stupid i5 laptop that does sound interesting. But as usual it's a matter of time. Tomorrow: great, xmas: not so much.