A collection of AMD's Carrizo-L-based APUs for notebooks and all-in-ones have begun shipping to OEMs, meaning it won't be too long before we see the Puma-based products in new devices.
|APU||TDP||DDR3 Speed||CPU Cores||CPU Speed||L2 Cache||Graphics|
|A8-7410||12-25W||1866 MHz||4||Up to 2.5 GHz||2 MB||Radeon R5|
|A6-7310||12-25W||1600 MHz||4||Up to 2.4 GHz||2 MB||Radeon R4|
|A4-7210||12-25W||1600 MHz||4||Up to 2.2 GHz||2 MB||Radeon R3|
|E2-7110||12-25W||1600 MHz||4||Up to 1.8 GHz||2 MB||Radeon|
|E1-7010||10W||1333 MHz||2||Up to 1.5 GHz||1 MB||Radeon|
In total there are five Carizzo APUs now available, four of which feature quad-core Puma+ CPUs (the other is dual-core), and all come with some form of Radeon graphics. These APUs are the successor to last year's Beema line, while we can expect Excavator-based Carrizo APUs with higher levels of performance later this year.
AMD has also reduced the prices of their Kaveri desktop APUs across the board. Most of the APUs are $6-16 cheaper than the prices AMD set in October last year, which equates to a price drop as high as $46 when compared to launch prices.
|APU||Old Price||New Price||Reduction|
Customers after a Kaveri desktop APU will see the price cuts come into effect on May 10.