While analyzing the specification of the units, it can be found that both the units own the same Radeon HD processors with 160 stream units assisted by a 65W TDP rating and a 1MB of L2 cache and firm support for DDR3- 1600 memory. Both the unit features a Dual graphics utility but an AMD Turbo CORE support is a thumps down. The CPU in the system is ticking at a speed of 2.7 GHz for the AMD A4-3400 and for AMD A4-3300, it's a 2.5GHz CPU speed and a 443MHz rated GPU.
Looking further at the architecture of the newest design, we will realize that it's aK10 Micro architecture with a Lynx platform. It's a 64 bit data with its dual core. The floating point unit is integrated in the desktop. The level one cache size is listed as a 2 X 64 kb 2- way associative instruction caches, and a 2 X 64 kb 2 - way associative data caches. The level 2 cache is meanwhile 2 x 512 kb 16 way associative caches. The included features are MMX, 3D Now, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4a, AMD 64 technology, AMD-V (virtualization) technology and an enhanced virus protection.
The power management is made excellent in the AMD A4-3400 with the pre loaded Power Now feature. It ensures maximum power saving while running the machine. On chip peripherals in the system includes a Dual channel DDR3 memory controller followed by a PCI Express 2.0 and even a HD graphics controller.
AMD AD3400JZ22GX has its major high lighted attribute, an Integrated Radeon HD 6410D GPU running at a 600 MHz and consists of 160 units.
The units are tagged at extremely low prices as mentioned earlier. In US, they intend to sell the AMD A4-3400 at just $75 which is around 3,478 price in India and for the AMD A4-3300; it's just a $70, RS 3,246 price in India.