A little while ago specs on AMD's new mobile platform found its way onto the web. Basically the Kaveri APU linelup entails seven parts. Six quad cores APUS and one dual core APU. The leader of the pack is the FX-7600P and some benchmarks have reared. The lineup includes four ULV SKUs and three 35W parts. For the ULV segment the FX-7500 is a 19W quad-core clocked at 2.1/3.3GHz with 384 Radeon cores.
The R7 GPU is clocked at 496/553MHz and the APU supports DDR3 1600 memory. The A8-7100 is 19W part, quad-core clocked at 1.8GHz with an up to 3.0GHz Turbo. But next to the 17W/19W parts, AMD has also cooked up three mainstream 35W APUs.
The A8-7200P is clocked at 2.4/3.4GHz. It has R5 graphics with 256 shaders clocked at 553/626MHz. It supports DDR3 1866. The 10-7400P is slightyly faster at 2.5/3.4GHz, but it packs R6 graphics with 384 shaders clocked at 576/654MHz. Like its sibling it supports DDR 1866 memory.