AMD A8-7600 Price List April, 2020 & Specs in Philippines
|Release Date in Philippines|
|Processor family||AMD A8|
|Processor frequency||3.1 GHz|
|Processor socket||Socket FM2+|
|Processor lithography||28 nm|
|Processor operating modes||64-bit|
|Processor cache||4 MB|
|Processor cache type||L2|
|Processor boost frequency||3.8 GHz|
|Thermal Design Power (TDP)||65 W|
|On-board graphics adapter||Yes|
AMD A8-7600: Slick and fast performance
The AMD A8 7600 is one of the finest processors in AMD’s Kaveri series, which is a quad-core processor with six graphics cores. When installed in a desktop, it can handle any application you throw at it with ease. It’s definitely a processor worth bearing if you want to upgrade your PC. Here is a rundown of the A8-7600 specs and features.
An impressive Kaveri processor
What makes Kaveri processors like the AMD A8 7600 impressive is that they come with four processor cores and at least six graphics cores. Their graphics cores and CPU cores have access to system memory and are flexible enough to deliver an impressive performance. With that, developers can utilize their computing cores to maximize the chip’s performance. This results in a fast desktop processing and slick performance in games.
Works with an FM2+ motherboard
The AMD A8 7600 is clocked at 3.3 GHz which can be boosted to 3.8 GHz. To enable this processor, you will need to install an FM2+ motherboard, meaning you can’t utilize an existing FM2 board and replace your Trinity or Richland processor with a Kaveri chip. However, you can use Trinity or Richland processor in your FM2+ motherboard, saving you money from upgrading your motherboard or processor.
Offers decent frame rates
With its six-core graphics processor onboard, the AMD A8-7600 delivers enough performance when processing graphics. It is clocked at 720MHz and produces a decent frame rate of around 40 fps in graphics-rich games like Dirt Showdown at a 1280x720 resolution and high-graphics setting. In games set at 720p, this processor offers impressive and smooth frame rate, while those in full HD resolution produces a decent frame rate of around 30 fps.
As for graphics-intensive games like Crysis 3, the AMD A8 7600 can pull off a decent frame rate of around 25 fps when the graphics quality is set to 1280x720p.
This feature enables the processor to utilize its graphics processor and DDR3 version of the AMD Radeon R7 graphics card. It offers an efficient means of consuming every drop of performance out of your setup. For this reason, the AMD A8 7600 is best for those who have a budget gaming PC.
True Audio technology
AMD integrated the True Audio technology into the A8-7600 which is a programmable digital processor that enables audio engineers to create realistic sound effects that are developed in real-time in conjunction with graphics and output over HDMI.
Another notable feature of the A8-7600 is that its thermal design power (TDP) is configurable in your PC’s BIOS. Asus A88X-Pro and other similarly-specced motherboards allow you to tweak the AMD A8-7600’s TDP anywhere between 45W to 65W. The A8-7600 scores 60 in multimedia benchmarks when you set its TDP to 45W, meaning it delivers a decent performance.