We already have a good idea of what the The chips will support dual-channel DDR3 1866MHz memory and may also feature AMD Turbo Core dynamic acceleration technology as well as multi-GPU graphics support. So far those details aren't available, though, and unfortunately neither are any specifics regarding clock speeds or price. If the latest rumors are correct, we can expect the A-series to go against Intel's Sandy Bridge-based Core i3s in mainstream $600 - $700 systems.