AMD touts new A-series desktop processors

Chip designer’s new offering to power gaming systems

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AMD touts new A-series desktop processors The new A-series processor has 10 compute cores (4 CPUs and 6 GPUs).
By  Manda Banda Published  August 25, 2015

Chip maker AMD recently introduced the A-Series line of desktop processors.

The vendor's new offering the A8-7670K APU provides a superb experience for Microsoft Windows 10, mainstream workloads, and eSports online gaming.

According to the company, the new processor is an affordable APU that combines the energy efficient processing power of an AMD CPU with the pixel pushing power of AMD Radeon graphics (GPU) in one convenient package.

The company said users can easily multitask modern workloads and stream video in Windows 10 or mow down their enemies in popular eSports online gaming titles.

Powered by 10 compute cores (4 CPUs and 6 GPUs), the A8-7670K APU provides the processing and graphics capability budget conscious mainstream users need.

"AMD takes great strides to deliver innovative technology that provides the performance and convenience customers need today and tomorrow. The AMD A8-7670K APU is no exception. Our newest APU provides a smooth user experience and is engineered for Windows 10 and eSports online gaming," said Kevin Lensing, senior director, Client Business Unit, AMD.

"The new addition of the AMD A8-7670K APU allows us to deliver more options for discerning mainstream PC buyers," said Zack Shutt, vice president, Xidax. "AMD's latest driver and feature support allows incredible new entry points for impressive gaming technologies such as FreeSync and Virtual Super Resolution."

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