To try out the AMD FX-7600P APU we were given access for an afternoon with a 15.6″ prototype touch screen notebook by Compal. This is basically an internal reference design that may likely never see the light of day, but it should be fine to show off what the mobile Kaveri APU can do. From what we can tell AMD took their 95W desktop processor, the A10-7850K, and reduced voltages and the clock speeds to make it their flagship mobile part. To be specific the CPU base clock was lowered from 3.7 GHz to 2.7 GHz and the GPU clock speed was dropped from 720 MHz to 686 MHz. The end result is a 35W mobile processor that is called the FX-7600P.
The bottom of the notebook clearly showed that this was a prototype and was not something that could be sold. This is the hardware and software that was installed on the system:
CPU-Z was able to read the clock speeds okay, but had the code name wrongly labeled Bald Eagle. Bald Eagle are the 2nd Generation Embedded R-Series APUs. In the screen capture above you can see the AMD FX-7600P on the desktop at an idle. The clock speed is 1400MHz and CPU-Z reports the voltage as being 0.812V.
At full load we were seeing 3.65 GHz on the AMD Fx-7600P with the voltage running at 1.162V as seen in the CPU-Z 1.69.2 screen shot above.
Here is a look at HWiNFO64 that shows additional information about the test system for those that are interested.