AMD A10-4600M Trinity 3DMark11 Score Leaked

Published: 25th Apr 2012, 13:30 GMT

AMD A10-4600M ''Trinity'' 3DMark 11 Performance Leaked
AMD has released some leaked benchmarks of Trinity mobile APU running in 3DMark11.

If you somehow missed this, AMD is planning to release an APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) which is basically a processor with graphics processing unit in one chip.

A10-4600M is a mobile quad-core APU clocked at 2.3 GHz (upscaled to 3.0). It has L2 cache of 4MB and has a TDP of 35W. The GPU which was used is Radeon HD 7660G, featuring core clock of 685 MHz and 384 stream processors. It’s possible to link this on-board card with external Radeon HD 7670M for Crossfire action (this technology is called AMD Dual Graphics).

This upcoming APU unit has acceptable performance of P1135 score in 3DMark11 (Performance Preset). In comparison to other integrated graphics chips like Intel HD 4000, this is 58 percent more. By adding HD 7670M this score can be increased to P2083 – which is comparable to desktop GeForce GTX 450 performance (slightly better than GTS 450).

Have a look at those leaked slides:

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