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AMD call it APU or Accelerated Processing Unit. People still call it a processor. AMD’s E-350 fuses two processor cores and a graphics core to give out an APU that performs reasonably well on graphics front. It is a decent processor for entry level notebooks that promises to save power, reduce system cost and give to an acceptable graphics performance.

Table : AMD E-350 Features and Specs

Feature AMD E-350
Core Frequency 1.60 GHz
No. Of Cores 2
Cache Organization 2 x 512 KB
Turbo Frequency No Turbo
TDP Rating 18 Watts
64 Bit Support Y
Lithography 40 nm
Integrated Memory Controller DDR3-1066
Integrated Graphics Yes, HD 6310, 500 MHz

Table : AMD E-350 Benchmarking

Benchmarks AMD E-350
PassMark Score 735
Super Pi 2M (Lower in better) 111 seconds
3D Mark 06 CPU 1010
Windows 7 Experience Score 3.8

Some more details of AMD E-350

AMD calls it Accelerated Processing Unit. The common persons still call it a processor. The E-350 is combines two processor cores and a graphics core in a single package that consumes low power and is highly suitable in the design of low cost ultra mobile netbooks and notebooks.

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