AMD's most advanced APU / CPU technologies challenge the very definition of a processor. As the only company that designs both high-performance processors and industry-leading graphics solutions, AMD platforms offer best in class advantages for gamers who demand the very best.
AMD FX FEATURES
Overclock and keep cool with up to eight cores and 5GHz of the most advanced technology you can buy1
Introducing the new E class
- - Control up to eight cores and 5GHz of relentless power
- - Dominate your games with unlocked, maximum performance1
- - Combine it with an AMD Radeon™ R9 series graphics card for the ultimate gaming experience
- - Increased unlocked overclocking headroom
- - Lower wattage design for reduced thermal profile
- - 8 cores of dominating performance at a manageable cost
Equip yourself with HSA
Revolutionary Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) is the new standard in processor design where the CPU and GPU work in perfect harmony.GCN architecture blasts through graphics workloads
Immerse yourself in leading-edge graphics technology with Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture. This third-generation technology unlocks advanced features and the stunning performance of AMD Radeon™ graphics.1Mantle yourself for gaming
AMD Mantle technology is a groundbreaking API that brings some of the most popular and advanced games to life.AMD TrueAudio packs an immersive sound experience
AMD TrueAudio technology provides 32-channel surround audio to make games sound better and deliver more accurate voice recognition.
2 AMD Turbo Core technology is available only with select AMD A-Series accelerated processing units.
3 Mantle application support is required.
4 The GCN architecture and its associated features (AMD Enduro™, AMD ZeroCore Power technology, DDM Audio, and 28nm production) are exclusive to the AMD Radeon™ HD 7700M, HD 7800M and HD 7900M Series Graphics and select AMD A-Series APUs. Not all technologies are supported in all system configurations—check with your system manufacturer for specific model capabilities.
5 AMD Eyefinity technology supports up to four DisplayPort™ displays using an enabled APU. Number and type of displays and resolution varies by model and board design; confirm specifications with manufacturer before purchase. Configurations with up to two active adapters supported. To enable more than two displays, DisplayPort displays are recommended. Additional hardware may be required. Up to four displays from each DisplayPort output are supported utilizing DisplayPort 1.2 Multi-Stream-enabled displays, connectors and/or hubs; total limit six displays per graphics card or four per APU. Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows Vista® or Linux® is required to support more than 2 displays; Windows XP is no longer supported. Applications must support non-standard aspect ratios to span across multiple displays. SLS (“Single Large Surface”) functionality requires identical display resolutions. See www.amd.com for full details.
6 AMD Memory is manufactured and warranted by third parties. AMD, the AMD logo, Radeon, and the Radeon logo are used under license. AMD Memory is designed and tested to work with AMD platforms and components but may not be supported on all chipsets and processors developed by other manufacturers - check with your component or system manufacturer to ensure AMD Memory is compatible with a specific system model or platform. Visit www.amd.com/memorystore for a list of AMD Memory vendors. Visit www.radeonmemory.com for details on Limited Lifetime Warranty. Warranty provided by memory manufacturers.
7 AMD HD3D is a technology designed to enable stereoscopic 3D support in games, movies and/or photos. Additional hardware (e.g. 3D enabled panels, 3D-enabled glasses/emitter, Blu-ray 3D drive) and/or software (e.g. Blu-ray 3D discs, 3D middleware, games) are required for the enablement of stereoscopic 3D. Not all features may be supported on all components or systems; check with your component or system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies. A list of supported stereoscopic 3D hardware is available at http://www.amd.com/HD3D.
8 AMD Radeon™ Dual Graphics requires an AMD “A” series APU plus an AMD Radeon™ discrete graphics configuration and is available on Windows® 7 and/or Windows 8 OS. Linux OS supports manual switching which requires restart of X-Server to engage and/or disengage the discrete graphics processor for dual graphics capabilities. With AMD Radeon™ Dual Graphics, full enablement of all discrete graphics video and display features may not be supported on all systems and may depend on the master device to which the display is connected. AMD Radeon™ “G” series and AMD Radeon™ “G2” Dual Graphics series do not support AMD Eyefinity technology Check with your component or system manufacturer for specific mode capabilities and supported technologies.
9 AMD Quick Stream is a technology designed to prioritize video streaming over other activities requiring Internet bandwidth for a smooth, uninterrupted video stream. AMD QuickStream technology is available on select PCs and requires Windows®8 or Windows 7. Not all features may be supported on all systems - check with your system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies.
10 AMD Perfect Picture is a set of image, video processing and display post-processing technologies designed to provide smooth video playback, advanced de-interlacing, dynamic contrast adjustment, color vibrancy, noise reduction and edge enhancement that provides brilliant colors and sharp images when playing Blu-ray and other content on your PC. AMD Perfect Picture includes AMD Steady Video technology designed to eliminate shakes and jitters during the playback of home video. It is not designed to (a) isolate overlays, logos or captions, or (b) improve the playback of letter boxed, premium/commercial, or interlaced content. AMD Steady Video is recommended for use with videos that contain unwanted shakes and jitters. Users may turn on this technology via the AMD Catalyst Control Center™.
11 AMD’s product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via AMD hardware
- AMD A10-7850K with Radeon™ R7 Series Graphics, 2x4GB DDR3-2133, 256GB non-rotating SSD, Catalyst 13.35, Windows 8.1 64bit, PC Mark 8 v2.0 Home Score 3480.
- Intel® Core™ i5-4690 with Intel HD 4600 Graphics, 2x4GB DDR3-1600, 256GB non-rotating SSD, driver 10.18.3621, Windows 8.1 64bit, PC Mark 8 v2.0 Home Score 3116.
- AMD A8-7600 with Radeon™ R7 Series Graphics, 2x4GB DDR3-2133, 256GB non-rotating SSD, Catalyst 14.20.1004, Windows 8.1 64bit, PC Mark 8 v2.0 Home Score 3187.
- Intel® Core™ i3-4360 with Intel HD 4600 Graphics, 2x4GB DDR3-1600, 256GB non-rotating SSD, driver 10.18.3621, Windows 8.1 64bit, PC Mark 8 v2.0 Home Score 2770.
- AMD A6-7400K with Radeon™ R5 Series Graphics, 2x4GB DDR3-2133, 256GB non-rotating SSD, Catalyst 14.200, Windows 8.1 64bit, PC Mark 8 v2.0 Home Score 2914.
- Intel® Pentium® G3450 with Intel HD Graphics, 2x4GB DDR3-1600, 256GB non-rotating SSD, driver 10.18.3496, Windows 8.1 64bit, PC Mark 8 v2.0 Home Score 2580.
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