AMD Kaveri Desktop APU Production And Launch Dates Revealed
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
A new report emerging from VR-Zone suggests we will see AMD’s Kaveri APUs this year after all, but they won’t become available until early 2014. The report suggests that initial production of Kaveri APUs begins in December 2013 with a target launch date of February 2014. The chip is expected to be announced on December 5th 2013 in one of AMD’s classic “paper launches”. Then consumers will have to about another 2 months to wait, until mid-February, to actually be able to get their hands on one of these Kaveri APUs.
Kaveri is built in the socket FM2+ package using the A88X chipset. The Kaveri APU features Steamroller CPU cores, GCN graphics cores, support for AMD TrueAudio, faster DDR3 memory support and PCIe 3.0 support, compared to the current generation Richland APUs.
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