AMD today launched the first APU under FirePro family — the AMD FirePro A300. Designed for entry-level and mainstream desktop workstations, the FirePro A300 series features two models — the FirePro A300 and FirePro A320. Both of them are quad-core processors with 384 stream processors. The FirePro A300 has a 3.4GHz base clock speed, 760MHz graphics clock, and 65W TDP. On the other hand the FirePro A320 offers 3.8GHz base clock speed, 800MHz graphics clock, and 100W TDP.
Both of them also feature AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology, AMD Turbo Core technology, support for Discrete Compute Offload (DCO),30-bit color support, and dedicated UVD (universal video decoder/VCE, or video CODEC engine) media encoding hardware.
The AMD FirePro A300 Series APUs will be available in systems from a number of workstation integrators starting in August of 2012.