AMD Temash A6-1450 Quad Core SOC Spotted in Acer Aspire V5-122P-0643 Notebook
AMD’s low power Kabini and Temash SOCs are already shipping to OEM manufacture’s, the next generation chips bring improved architecture and graphics power to drive all day computing needs. An AMD Temash A6-1450 chip has been spotted in ACER’s upcoming Aspire V5-122P-0643 notebook.
AMD Temash A6-1450 Based ACER Aspire Notebook Spotted
The AMD Temash A6-1450 SOC features a Quad core design ramping up the clock speed to 1 GHz in stock and 1.4 GHz in Turbo mode. Based on the latest 28nm Jaguar core architecture, the chip features improved performance per watt compared to the Bobcat based Brazos 2.0 processors. The chip comes with 2 MB of L2 cache and has a 4-6 Watt TDP which is pretty impressive for the new architecture by AMD. In addition to the CPU, the graphics part is based on the latest HD 8280 iGPU that is clocked at 300 (idle) and 500 MHz (load) clock frequencies. The graphics make use of AMD’s NUMA (Non-Uniform memory access) architecture and the notebook is equipped with a 2 GB DDR3 memory.
ACER Aspire V5-122P-0643 Specs:
- Operating System: Windows 8, 64-bit version
- Processor: AMD Quad-Core Processor A6-1450
- Memory:2GB DDR3 Memory2 GB DDR3 Memory
- Storage: 500 GB HDDNNSD card reader
- Display: 11.6″ Multi-touch HD LED LCD
- Graphics: UMANo External Video Memroy
- Network: 802.11 b/g/n &BT 3.0 + HSN
- Webcam: Acer Crystal Eye HD webcam
- Battery: 3-cell Li-ion battery
- Warranty: Limited Warranty agreement applies.
The AMD Temash based Acer Aspire V5 notebook itself boasts an 11.6″ Multi-touch HD LED LCD, a 500 GB HDD for storage along with the addition of an SD card reader, 802.11 b/g/n &BT 3.0 + HSN for networking and a 3 cell Lithium ion battery that’s enough to last you hours since the notebook itself is based on an efficient architecture like AMD Temash SOC. its release date is not mentioned but the AMD Temash based Acer Aspire V5-122P-0643 Notebook can be ordered for $449.99 US from ACER’s official page here.
Many thanks to Matthew Musto for the tip!