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Order Code: AMD-A4340O
Manf.Code: A3400 OEM
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VISION A8 Technology with AMD's fastest APU, the AMD Quad-Core A8 Series Accelerated Processor, enables unsurpassed HD performance, incredible quad-core processing and ultra-realistic 3D gaming capabilities. Run memory-hungry applications with ease. Immerse yourself in lifelike 3D games on multiple monitors simultaneously. Watch your favorite Blu-ray movies in breathtaking detail. And stay cool doing it all with superbly energy-efficient desktops
Systems powered by AMD A-Series APUs with discrete-level graphics deliver up to 3X the visual performance of competing Intel Systems. Boost visual performance by at least 120% when you combine an AMD A-Series APU with select AMD Radeon™ HD 6000 Series graphics cards. AMD Turbo CORE Technology dynamically adjusts to users’ various workloads, delivering up to 300MHz of additional frequency on select AMD A-Series APUs. The APU Enables the graphics features and performance users demand with full DirectX®11 support.
|Architecture||32 nm technology|
|Cache||1 MB L2|
|Graphics||AMD Radeon HD 6410D Graphics|
|Integrated Graphics Frequency||600MHz|
|Integrated Graphics Cores||160|
|Memory Controller||Dual channel DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600MHz/1866MHz|
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