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AMD A8-5600K Quad-Core Bulldozer CPU

AMD A8-5600K Socket FM2 3.6Ghz Quad-Core CPU with AMD Radeon HD 7560D

AMD A8-5600K Socket FM2 3.6Ghz Quad-Core CPU with AMD Radeon HD 7560D
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AMD AD560KWOHJBOX Specs

AMD A8-5600K Socket FM2 ProcessorAPU with Radeon HD 7560D
The AMD A8-5600K APU combines awesome processing performance with the AMD radeon hd 7560d GPU in a single chip! This APU is a quad-core processor that churns along at a quick 3.6Ghz and has a 3.9Ghz Turbo Boost as well across four beefy Bulldozer cores. The A8-5600K has an AMD Radeon HD 7560D GPU that offers a 760Mhz graphics processor with 256 radeon cores. The A8-5600K APU is a socket FM2 chip, so be sure to choose a supporting motherboard.

AMD A8-5600K APU

Model Number
AD560KWOHJBOX
Clock Speed
3.6Ghz
3.9Ghz Turbo Boost
Socket
AMD Socket FM2
Number of Cores
4 (Quad-Core)
L2 Cache
1 MB
Wattage
65 Watt
Terrific for Home Theater / Gaming Rigs
The AMD A8-5600K APU boasts a built-in AMD Radeon HD 7560D GPU, which allows the chip to work amazingly well at graphics. This allows the A8-5600K processor to work wonderfully for both home theater and gaming systems

AMD A-Series A8-5600K

CPU Part Number
AD560KWOHJBOX
CPU Manufacturer
AMD
CPU Model Number
A-Series A8-5600K
OEM/Retail
This is a retail APU and includes a heatsink/fan
Socket
AMD Socket FM2

Performance

Clock Speed
3.6Ghz
CPU Cores
Quad-Core
Processor Cache
Level 1 Cache: 2x64kb Instruction Cache
Level 2 Cache: 4MB
Turbo Boost
3.9Ghz
TDP
100 Watt
Microarchitecture
Bulldozer (Piledriver)
Processor Core
Trinity
Manufacturing Process
32nm
Processor Data Width
64-bit

Integrated GPU

Integrated GPU
Radeon HD 7560D
GPU Speed
760Mhz
GPU Shader
256 Radeon Cores

Peripheral Controllers

Memory Controller
Supports Dual-Channel 1866Mhz
Dual-channel DDR3 memory controller
PCI Express 2.0
HD graphics controller
HD Media Accelerator

Package Includes

  • One (1) AMD A8-5600K Processor
  • One (1) Processor Fan

Item Number: DD4391
Brand: AMD
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): AD560KWOHJBOX
Condition: New
Compatibility: Socket FM2 Motherboards
Packaging: Retail
Availability: In Stock
AMD A8-5600K Socket FM2 3.6Ghz Quad-Core CPU with AMD Radeon HD 7560D
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AD560KWOHJBOX Reviews

Review of AD560KWOHJBOX
(based on 6 reviews)
radeon hd 7560d
By Joseph Carroll from Chicago, Illinois on April 3, 2013
This is the best price for amd a8-5600k dual core 3.6ghz socket fm2 trinity processor

I would recommend this item to a friend.

APU with amd radeon hd 7560d
By Carla Pitts from Clarksville, Tennessee on April 3, 2013
Good price on this AMD APU. Love the graphics performance. Ran a little hot at first. I hate the stock fans. You think AMD could make higher quality fans. I think so. Replaced the stock fan with Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 with Arctic Silver thermal paste. OC the CPU. Stable so far.

I would recommend this item to a friend.

amd quad core cpu
By Timothy Shannon from Temecula, California on April 3, 2013
This is where to buy AD560KWOHJBOX!!!!

I would recommend this item to a friend.

bulldozer cpu
By Ronald Ellis from Fontana, California on April 3, 2013
Best place to buy the amd a8-5600k dual core 3.6ghz socket fm2 trinity processor

I would recommend this item to a friend.

Very fast CPU
By Carl Hinson from Houston, Texas on April 3, 2013
Love it so far. Good chip

I would recommend this item to a friend.

New CPU for HTPC
By Ron from Las Vegas, NV on March 28, 2013
Upgraded MB, processor and memory - noted improvement across the board. Great value, great performance for home HTPC.
Pros:
Cost, running temp, performance
Cons:
New socket - FM2 processors only.

I would recommend this item to a friend.


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By Lee from Phila on October 17, 2012
So I am interested in buying this APU and I have a question about dual graphics. I have a Radeon HD 6670. After looking up the benchmarks the 6670 is obviously the better choice but would dual graphics imply the use of both the GPU in the APU and a seperate compatible GPU and if so would a 6000 series be fine with a 7000.

~Lee
By Shawn Brown from Las Vegas, NV on February 23, 2013

Answer:
Here is a chart reference guide....
http://sites.amd.com/PublishingImages/Public/Graphic_Illustrations/WebBannerJPEG/AMD_CrossfireX_Chart_1618W.jpg



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