AMD Announced its 2013 Elite A-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU)

imagesAMD announced its 2013 Elite A-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) for desktops, codenamed “Richland,” which delivers a superior PC solution with increased computational performance, discrete-level graphics and an easy upgrade infrastructure. At COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2013, AMD showcased the complete breadth of its 2013 APU portfolio with the launch of the new Elite A-Series APU for desktops which power a diverse range of OEM systems and feature new generations of software and applications that harness the unrivaled compute power of the 2013 AMD APU product lineup: the fastest AMD APUs ever.

“The new AMD A-Series APU is ideal for desktop PC builders and mainstream gamers wanting outstanding performance for their money, and today AMD delivers an excellent new follow-on to the recently announced mobile lineup,” said Bernd Lienhard, corporate vice president and general manager,Client Products Division at AMD. “The combination of high-performance, third-generation desktop APUs with our existing portfolio of low-power, mobile APUs gives us our strongest-ever lineup of products for our customers and our technology partners.”

Channel Partner Mukesh, from Unnati IT said, “The new AMD APU 6 series processor is a great combination of performance & Stability. The best and the most affordable solution for a gaming enthusiast, integrated with one of the most advanced graphics from the industry. No match from the competition. All in the entire most cost effective combo ever built.”

“The new member of AMD APU family A10-6800 would be an ideal choice for a customer looking for a PC with features like OpenCL, gaming and advanced graphic enabled applications like Coral Draw,adobe,3D editing . I would strongly recommend APU 6800, as it would be the best buy for the best performance,” said Sushil Jain from Jainex Computer zone.