AMD's latest A10-7850K and A10-7700K APUs combine a CPU core based on the Steamroller architecture with an updated Radeon graphics core and native support for 8 GT/s PCI Express gen 3.0 and DX 11.1 graphics. There's also native support for 4K resolution displays on HDMI and DisplayPort.
AMD formally introduced us to its 2014 lineup of A-Series APUs with Radeon R7 graphics on Tuesday of this week. In total, there are three new chips. There's the aforementioned A10-7850K for $173, which has 12 compute cores (eight GPU and four CPU), a max turbo core clock of 4.0 GHz (default is 3.7 GHz), and a GPU frequency of 720 MHz. Its max TDP is 95W.
Then there's the A7700K, which is priced at $152, packs 10 compute cores (six GPU and four CPU), a max turbo core frequency of 3.8 GHz (default CPU frequency is 3.4 GHz) and GPU frequency of 720 MHz. You're looking at a TDP of 95W there, too.
Lastly, there's the A8-7600, which is the cheapest at $119. This one packs 10 compute cores (again, six GPU and four CPU), and a max turbo core frequency of 3.8 GHz (default CPU frequency of 3.3 GHz) at 65W TDP. However, with a TDP of 45W, the chip has a max turbo speed of 3.3 GHz and a default core clock of 3.1 GHz. In both cases, the GPU frequency is 720 MHz. All three chips have 4 MB of L2 cache.