AMD E

The E-Series combines AMD CPU and GPU unit, as well as video and other hardware accelerators on a single chip.The E series was at first intended for use in notebooks and has higher frequencies as the AMD C-series. The current 3rd generation of the A-series goes by the name "Llano" and is now used for both, notebook and desktop area. This generation was released in the summer of 2012.

AMD E
Actual generation 4.
Actual architecture Beema (Puma)
Target market Consumer
Technology 28 nm
Socket AM1, BGA 413, FM1, FS1
Processors Gen Frequency Turbo (1 core) Turbo (All cores) Cores Hyperthreading
AMD E1-6010 6 1.35 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-6110 6 1.50 GHz No turbo No turbo 4 No uncheck
AMD E1-2100 5 1.00 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E1-2200 5 1.05 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E1-2500 5 1.40 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-3000 5 1.65 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-3200 3 2.40 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-3300M 3 1.80 GHz 2.20 GHz 2.20 GHz 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-3800 5 1.30 GHz No turbo No turbo 4 No uncheck
AMD E-240 3 1.50 GHz No turbo No turbo 1 No uncheck
AMD E-300 3 1.30 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E-350 3 1.60 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E-350D 3 1.60 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E-450 3 1.65 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E1-1200 4 1.40 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E1-1500 4 1.48 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-1800 4 1.70 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
AMD E2-2000 4 1.75 GHz No turbo No turbo 2 No uncheck
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