AMD 7870K Processors with new Silent Air Coolers
AMD is launching or upgrading new products day by day. The new series of processors is being launched Recently AMD has upgraded the existing AM3+ 8000 series FX processors with the brand new “Wraith” stock CPU cooler. AMD 7870K Processors with new Silent Air Coolers The new processors are two new Kaveri 7000 series APUs and a Carrizo Athlon CPU on the FM2+ socket. AMD’s new processors on the desktop are segmented into three different brackets. AM3+ socket and the FX series processors are in the performance segment by the company. The FM2+ socket having both CPUs and APUs – processors with capable integrated graphics engines, show the mainstream socket. And the last one is AM1 socket, to provide everyday computing performance at very low power, small form factors with modest cost.
amd A10 7890K , amd A10 7870K And X4 880K Faster CPUs, APUs Better Coolers
Three new processors, two APUs and one CPU all of which will be bundled with brand new near-silent stock CPU cooler, are being launched by AMD. The a10 7890K amd a10 quad core Kaveri APU with 512 graphics core next stream processors, 4MB of L2 cache and a 95W TDP, This chip is bundled with new sleek Wraith stock CPU cooler and features an unlocked multiplier for overclocking. This is the fastest Kaveri APU with 4.1 GHz base and 4.3Ghz boost.
The next thing is amd a10 7870K, which AMD launched last year but now it is updating with a new stock CPU cooler. The 7870K ,does not have Wraith Cooler , but a similar solution is given which just lacks the external shroud with the LED illuminated AMD logo. The amd a10 7870K,with very lower clock speed of 3.9Ghz base and 4.1Ghz boost as compared to amd A10 7890K ,is identical to the terms of core counts and TDP.
And finally the Athlon X4 880K CPU as graphic portions is disabled in quad-core Kaveri based processor, so we can call it CPU. It has 4MB of L2 cache and is rated at a 95W TDP with four steamroller cores clocked at 4.0 GHz based and 4.2 GHz boost with an unlocked multiplier for overclocking. It has same cooling solution as the amd A10 7870K, which again is identical to the Wraith in all aspects except that it does not have the external shroud with the AMD illuminated logo.
AMD’s New 95W,65Wand 125W, acoustically with Thermal Solutions
AMD came with new thermal solutions of AMD 95W and AMD 65W, for better air flow, lower noise and improved thermals compared to previous stock air coolers. The 65W air cooler features a dense aluminum block heat-sink and a compact, quiet AMD red fan. The 95W solution features a larger aluminum block with two copper heat-pipes and a mirror finished copper base as well as the same AMD red fan.
AMD has also optimized noise output in new products. Wraith’s noise output is rated at 39dB, 12 decibels less than it’s the D3 stock air cooler. Because the dB scale for noise is a logarithmic one a 12-decibel reduction is actually very significant. When it comes to airflow, the Wraith fan can push up to 55.78 CFM, compared to the 41.6 CFM of its predecessor. The heat-sink has four copper heat-pipes and a surface area of 179,730.10 mm2 a 24% overall increase from its predecessor the D3 which has a surface area of 144,397.80 mm2.