AMD 2013 Elite A-Series APU for Desktops, Codenamed Richland

Alex Tan, Country Manager of AMD Malaysia and 
Jerry Lu, Country Manager of MSI Malaysia

AMD Completes 2013 Lineup with Desktop APUs that Deliver Stunning Graphics, Accelerated Performance and Better Entertainment. AMD 2013 Elite A-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) for Desktops, codenamed “Richland”, which delivers a superior PC solution with increased computational performance, discrete-level graphics and an easy upgrade infrastructure. 

Welcome Speech, Alex Tan Country Manager of AMD Malaysia

2013 Elite A-Series APUs Break the Mold to Enable Innovative PC Solutions
Since its introduction in 2011, the APU quickly became the fastest growing category of processors for AMD, powering everything from the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One to new generations of notebooks, tablets, desktop PCs, low-power servers, and embedded devices. AMD extends its leadership in the category with the introduction of its new 2013 Elite A-Series APUs for Desktop PCs. 

Alex Tan, Country Manager of AMD Malaysia and 
Jerry Lu, Country Manager of MSI Malaysia

This APU provides higher performance and innovative new features to benefit users. The new AMD A-Series APUs combine AMD “Piledriver” CPU architecture with AMD Radeon™ HD 8000 Series graphics on the FM2 motherboard infrastructure. The ability to support existing A85X, A75, and A55 platforms as well as forward compatibility with FM2+ motherboards provides users the ability to buy now with the flexibility to upgrade as new platforms come to market. In addition, these APUs feature maximum clock speeds over 4 GHz for next generation compute workloads.

Utilizing the latest AMD Radeon™ HD 8000 Series graphics, the Elite A-Series combines the CPU and up 384 Radeon parallel processing cores to offer up to 15 percent increased graphics performance over its predecessor. The Elite A-Series Desktop APU supports new AMD Radeon™ Memory Gamer Series at 2133 MHz. When paired with an A-Series APU, the DDR3-2133 MHz Radeon™ Memory Gamer Series will give up to a 13 percent performance increase over DDR3-1866 MHz memory.

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