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AMD A-Series (Llano), Socket FM1 Pictured

Chinese website ZOL.cn have revealed pictures of an Engineering Sample of Llano, along with the first pictures of the FM1 Socket Llano fits into. A CPU-Z screenshot has also been posted, which refers to a quad core AMD Engineering Sample running at 2.4 GHz, and featuring 1MB L2 cache and no L3 cache – in tune with what would be expected from a Llano sample. 

For the first time, we have clear pictures of the elusive Socket FM1. 

Along with the matching pin structure of the Llano die:

The Llano APU is already shipping out to OEMs, and we can expect desktop and laptop systems based on Llano as early as May/June. 

For more pictures, you can visit the gallery at ZOL

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