AMD A8-7600 Price List July, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The AMD A8-7600 is a 4-core CPU with a base clock speed of 2133MHz, a clock frequency of 3.8GHz and a max frequency of 3.8GHz. This AMD processor has 4 threads and L2 cache. Check out the specs of this AMD CPU below!
The AMD A8-7600 is a 4-core CPU with a base clock speed of 2133MHz, a clock frequency of 3.8GHz and a max frequency of 3.8GHz. This AMD processor has 4 threads and L2 cache. Check out the specs of this AMD CPU below! Read more
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Cheapest AMD A8-7600 Price in Philippines is ₱ 2,555.00

The AMD A8-7600 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest AMD A8-7600 price in Philippines is ₱ 2,555.00 from Lazada. AMD A8-7600 price details are updated July 2021.

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Price List by Country for AMD A8-7600

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 26.99 ₱ 175.00
Malaysia MYR 200.45 ₱ 2,387.00
Philippines PHP 2,555.00 ₱ 2,555.00
Singapore SGD 36.67 ₱ 1,359.00

AMD A8-7600 Specs

Technical Details
Socket AMD
Boxed Yes
Box Version Without Fan
Number of Cores 4
Number of Threads 4
Max Frequency 3.8GHz
Turbo Boost No
Clock Frequency 3.8GHz
Clock Speed 2133MHz
Manufacturer AMD
Bit Architecture 64bit
Cache Type L2

AMD A8 7600 Philippines: Price, Specs, and Review

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.

Dual Graphics

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.

Configurable TDP

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.

Reviews of AMD A8-7600
Reviewed on 2014-07-31
AMD today introduced the new AMD A10-7800 and A8-7600 Accelerated Processing Units (APU) to the component channel. These processors are part of AMD's 4th Generation of APU's that are code named Kaveri. Kaveri is AMD's first processor that utilizes the Het...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-04
Today we'll take a closer look at AMD's A8-7600 APU Kaveri APU, more specifically we'll examine the GPU performance you can expect from this frugal APU. AMD still enjoys a comfortable lead over Intel in terms of integrated graphics performance and as an a...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-19
The latest generation of AMD's desktop CPU lineup features new Steamroller CPU and GCN GPU cores, helping it achieve improved power consumption. The A8-7600 has an additional energy efficiency trick up its sleeve: an adjustable 65W/45W TDP.
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Reviewed on 2014-02-13
It was on the morning of Monday, November 11 that AMD showed Battlefield 4 running on its Kaveri APU for the first time. The chip was just over two months from release, and AMD promised that its integrated graphics would deliver playable performance in th...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-23
Kaveri's efficiency gains make it a wise choice over Richland while AMD's powerful integrated graphics and affordable pricing are enough to counter Intel's faster CPUs.
Relatively weak speed gains overall with a 10% clockforclock performance bump over Richland, while the older part actually came out on top more than we expected.
Although our news team covered AMD's latest APUs last week, we're a bit behind on the review. The chipmaker couldn't deliver our Kaveri kit until a few days after the official launch date, so we have a case of better late than never. On the bright side, w...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-21
Best-in-class GPU performance. Much-improved CPU performance. Future support for HSA applications and the Mantle graphics API should further improve performance.
Performance still lags far behind that of Intel chips
The new AMD A8-7600 APU%displayPrice% at %seller% is an unusual chip to lead a product launch. Typically, AMD and Intel both sample the highest end of their new product lines, focusing on improving top-level performance and catering directly to the enthus...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-16
We've spent the days following CES benchmarking two of AMD's new Kaveri-based APUs. Do the Steamroller x86 architecture, GCN graphics design, and HSA-oriented features impress, or do they come up short against Intel's value-oriented Haswell-based parts? ...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-14
For several generations, since Llano, AMD has been slowly but methodically marching toward its vision of accelerated computing, where traditional CPU cores and graphics share space on a chip and work together to process data. This vision was called "fusio...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-14
The first major component launch of 2014 falls at the feet of AMD and the next iteration of its APU platform, Kaveri. Kaveri has been the aim for AMD for several years, it's actually the whole reason the company bought ATI back in 2006. As a result many d...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-14
How big is Kaveri? We already know the die size of it, but what kind of impact will it have on the marketplace? Has AMD chosen the right path by focusing on power consumption and HSA? Starting out an article with three questions in a row is a que...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-14
We review the all new AMD A8-7600 APU from AMD. This APU is based on AMD's new Kaveri architecture bringing the CPU and the GPU even closer together as the two "segments" now really have been merged into the die. Kaveri will aim at several segments in the...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-14
Great Graphics Performance, Improved Power Efficiency, Small CPU Performance Improvements, GCN and TrueAudio In An APU
Four AMD Cores Not Always As Fast As Two Intel Cores, A8-7600 Not  Yet Available, New Socket
Way back in 2006, after the ATI acquisition, AMD laid out its Fusion initiative and future plans to integrate a CPU and GPU onto the same processor die. The ultimate goal of Fusion was to seamlessly combine CPU and GPU resources into a single, cohesive...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-14
AMD’s Kaveri is finally here and we look at the A10-7850K & A8-7600. With IPC improvements, Steamroller x86 cores and a GCN-based graphics processor, this may be the one we’ve been waiting for....
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