AMD PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B 

First seen on January, 2016
  • 2.1 GHz
  • Quad core

The results were impressive — our 45W Richland-based 6500T basically keeps pace with the Core i3-4330, while the A8-7600 is more than 50% faster, at 31 FPS.
by Joel-Hruska (Jan, 2014)
This clear re-distribution of transistor wealth in favor of the GPU better-addresses the performance-sensitive workloads AMD is targeting (gaming, multimedia, and content creation), while maintaining a status quo in more general-purpose tasks.
by Chris-Angelini (Jan, 2014)

Features Key features of the AMD PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B

clock speed

PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B
2.1 GHz
Core i5 4210M
2.6 GHz
Core i3 3217U
1.8 GHz

turbo clock speed

PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B
3.3 GHz
Core i5 4210M
3.2 GHz

L2 cache

PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B
4 MB
Core i5 4210M
0.5 MB
Core i3 3217U
0.5 MB

gpu clock speed

PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B
553 MHz
Core i3 3217U
350 MHz
Core i5 4210M
400 MHz


PRO A A10 A10 PRO-7350B

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AMD A-Series A10-7870K Kaveri Refresh APU Review

by Steven Bassiri |
Performance (including Overclocking)84%Quality including Design and Build90%General Features93%Bundle and Packaging94%Value for Money96% Overall TweakTown Rating91% The Bottom Line: AMD's A10-7870K APU proved to be an excellent value part, offering exceptional integrated graphics and decent CPU performance at a very fair price.
Overall, I found that the AMD A10-7870K proved to be an excellent value product, offering exceptional integrated graphics and decent CPU performance at a very fair price.
The initial launch in January also featured another part that never became available until now; the A8-7600 was supposed to be available some months ago, but is only making it to market now.
Its weakness is certainly that of only having one module active, and that module only having ½ the L2 cache enabled.
We should expect some decent IPC gains from the new cores and the additional core count will ofcourse help overall compute.
Now if you take a look at the logo you will notice that it says “Elite Hexa Core”, which means that Carrizo APU has 6 cores and considering the TDP (95W) and core clock of 4.4 Ghz thats pretty damn impressive.
We also must consider that the APU is the first fully compliant HSA (Heterogeneous System Architecture) chip, and it handles memory accesses much more efficiently than standalone GPUs.
The mixed mode OpenCL results make a nice case for improving overall performance in such a system.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Clock speed 2.1 GHz
Turbo clock speed 3.3 GHz
Cores Quad core
Is unlocked No


Has virtualization support Yes
Instruction set extensions
  1. FMA4
  2. AVX
  3. AES

memory controller

Memory controller Built-in
Memory type DDR3L-1600


Threads 4 threads
L2 cache 4 MB
L2 cache per core 1 MB/core
L3 cache None
Manufacture process 28 nm

integrated graphics

Label Radeon™ R6
Latest DirectX 12.0
GPU clock speed 553 MHz

power consumption

Annual home energy cost 4.82 $/year
Typical power consumption 16.25W
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