Chip firm AMD appears to be leaking again and this time it is a slide about its APU processors.
According to Wccfttech, the C-60, E-300 and E-450 will be targeted towards the notebook segment.
They will provide low power consumption while giving top of the line performance.
All processors in the range will use a 40 nanometre (nm) process and consist of C and E series Llano chips. The C Series will be made up of a C-60 chip while the E-Series includes E350/E450 Processors.
It looks like the C-60 will be a dual core chip consisting of two cores running at a clock speed of 1GHz (Brazos Platform). However this can be Turboed up to 1.33GHz using 1MB L2 Cache. On board will be the Radeon HD 6290 which will include 80 Stream processors. It will also be able to use Turbo Core technology and have its GPU clock speed from 276MHz to 400MHz. Meanwhile it will only consumes a total of 9W TDP.
The E-Series is built on the E-450 Llano chip. It eats 18W and can manage a base clock of 1.65GHz without the turbo boost. It will have a 1MB L2 Cache.
It looks like the main difference between the E350/E450 will be that "Radeon HD 6320 Graphics core would be able to use Turbo core technology unlike the E-350. This will allow a boost will allow from 508 to 600Mhz.
Both chips will use DDR3 memory support.
The slide shows that AMD also plans to release a E-300 chip. It will use the same 18W power arrangement but the dual core will be set at 1.3GHz. It will include integrated "Radeon HD 6310″ Graphics with core speed of 488MHz. It looks like all these will be in the shops by November.