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Wednesday, 13 February 2013 12:03

Five Kabini APUs planned for June 2013

Written by Fuad Abazovic



15W to 25W and HD 8000 graphics

We don’t have the clocks yet, but we managed to get five names of AMD's new desktop low power processors codenamed Kabini.

Kabini has two to four Jaguar cores, AMD Turbo Core overclocking, Radeon HD 8000 series graphics, DirectX 11.1 support, up to DDR3 1866 and comes in FT3 BGA package. The role of Kabini is to replace outdated Zacate E series of APUs.

The top of the line is X4 5110 that features HD 8310G graphics core and with its four cores it manages to stay under 25W TDP. The runner up is the X4 4410 that features the same HD 8310G graphics but much lower 15W TDP.

The third processor of this line is X2 3450 with HD 8280, slower graphics and most likely two CPU cores that operates under 15W TDP. The first three processors are starting production in the latter part of Q1 2013, but the official launch is expected in June, most likely at Computex in late May or early June 2013.

The last two Kabinis to launch are named E1 3310 and E1 2210. They look like the direct replacement for existing Brazos 2.0 E2 2000 and E2 1500 processors. The E1 3310 has HD 8240G graphics and 15W TDP.
The last part on the Kabini desktop APU list is the E1 2210 and we don’t even have the TDP details about this part.

The only additional thing we can tell about this CPU is that production ready samples are expected in March 2013 and shortly after we can expect the start of volume production. Both Kabini E series processors are expected to launch in June 2013.

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