AMD unveiled a new mid-range APU, the A10-7800 (model: AD7800YBI44JA). Based on the 28nm “Kaveri” silicon and built-in the socket FM2+ package. This part differs from the A10-7850K. Lack an unlocked CPU base clock multiplier and a rated TDP of 65W.
The A10-7800 features four x86-64 cores based on the “Steamroller” micro-architecture, spread across two modules, featuring 4 MB (2x 2MB) of L2 cache. Clocked at 3.50 GHz with a TurboCore frequency of 3.90 GHz. Also featured is Radeon R7 Series integrated GPU featuring 512 GCN2 cores, with support for AMD Mantle and DirectX 11.2. Its uncore component features a dual-channel DDR3 integrated memory controller with support for DDR3-1866 MHz and a PCI-Express Gen 3.0 root complex. Expected price between USD140 and USD150.
- Quad-core “Kaveri”
- Socket: FM2+
- Clock Speed: 3.50GHz
- TurboCore: 3.90GHz
- TDP: 65W
- Manufacturing Process: 28nm
- Interface: UMI, 5GT/s
- L2 cache: 2x 2MB shared
- L3 cache: N/A
- Stepping: KV-A1
- Graphics: AMD Radeon R7, 720MHz, 512 shaders (737GFlops)
- Memory Controller: Dual Channel PC3-17066U (DDR3-2133)
- Features: SSE4a, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AES, AVX, CLMUL , XOP, FMA3, FMA4, CVT16, NX bit, AMD64, AMD-V, Cool’n’Quiet, Turbo Core 3.0, Eyefinity