Unrivaled, discrete-level DirectX 11-capable graphics and powerful AMD processor technology combined on a single chip
Dual graphics capabilities can boost visual performance up to 75Percent
Dual-graphics capability enables improved speed, enhanced resolution and fast frame rates
Accelerate the most demanding applications for superb performance with AMD App Acceleration
|Release Date||August 2011|
|Integrated Graphics||Radeon HD 6530D|
|CPU Clock Rate||2600MHz|
|CPU Cooler included|
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