AMD currently has two Llano desktop APUs on the market, with four more chips scheduled for release later this year. A product roadmap (below) recently discovered inside MSI marketing material has already shed light on three of the four upcoming chips. As for the fourth one, our friends over at
now claim to have all the details.
The APU in question is called E2-3200. It’s a dual-core chip scheduled for release in the fourth quarter. According to the site, the E2-3200 has a clock speed of 2.4GHz, 1MB of L2 cache and a 65W TDP. It is said to feature an on-die Radeon HD 6370D graphics core with a 443MHz GPU clock and 160 stream processors. The site further claims that the APU lacks Turbo Core support and is based on the FM1 package.