Today we ran into an interesting filtration, the complete lineup of AMD’s seventh generation APUs known as Bristol Ridge based on Excavator architecture and share the AM4 socket with AMD FX CPUs and future Summit Ridge (Zen) APUs promise to be 40 percent faster. Specifically, we will have no less than 13 models, being so surprising that most basic model starts at 15W and the more powerful will not exceed 35W despite using 4-cores.

For those who came in late Bristol Ridge is set to replace the mobile Carrizo APUs and Godavari APUs on the desktop.

AMD-Bristol-Ridge

As you’ve seen, new A-Series 9000 APUs are up to 2-4 Excavator Cores with frequencies that start from 2.30 GHz to reach 3.70 GHz including a memory controller, along with AM4 socket motherboard support. It will be allowed to use the platform with DDR3 and DDR4 memory, which will benefit from past DDR3 memory, so you can save some money or directly purchase a new standard of RAM. These APUs are expected to arrive from in March, so it’s about time we start to filter the new motherboards that give them life.

AMD Bristol Ridge APUs Lineup

Model cores Freq. Base / Turbo L2 GPU CUs GPU SPs Freq. GPU Memory TDP
AMD FX-9830P / Pro A12-9830B      4     3.00 / 3.70 GHz 2MB     8 CUs   512 SPs   900 MHz DDR4-2400
DDR3-2133
 35W
AMD FX-9800P / Pro A12-9800B      4     2.70 / 3.60 GHz 2MB     8 CUs   512 SPs   758 MHz DDR4-1866
DDR3-1866
 15W
AMD A12-9730P / Pro A10-9730B      4     2.80 / 3.50 GHz 2MB     6 CUs   384 SPs   900 MHz DDR4-2400
DDR3-2133
 35W
AMD A12-9700P / Pro A10-9700B      4     2.50 / 3.40 GHz 2MB     6 CUs   384 SPs   758 MHz DDR4-1866
DDR3-1866
 15W
AMD A10-9630P / Pro A8-9630B      4     2.60 / 3.30 GHz 2MB     6 CUs   384 SPs   800 MHz DDR4-2400
DDR3-2133
 35W
AMD A10-9600P / Pro A8-9600B      4     2.30 / 3.20 GHz 2MB     6 CUs   384 SPs   686 MHz DDR4-1866
DDR3-1866
 15W
AMD Pro A6-9500B      2     2.30 / 3.20 GHz 1 MB     4 CUs   256 SPs   800 MHz DDR4-1866
DDR3-1866
 15W

via: Fudzilla