The AMD E1-6010 is a two-core processor, codenamed “Beema”. It is meant for integration into motherboards. Released in April of 2014, it is part of AMD’s “Puma+” microarchitecture family, based on “Beema” technology and operates at 1.35GHz, lacking the ability of dynamic overclocking.
AMD describes the chip as an APU (Accelerated Processing Unit). It was built with a 28nm process and has 128KB of first level cache and 1MB of second level cache. E1-6010 also includes the Radeon R2 graphics controller, which has 128 shader cores and operates at a boost frequency of 350MHz. Power consumption for the entire SoC is 10 watts, with a maximum operating temperature of 100C.
E1-6010 supports DDR3L-1333 memory, SSE4a instructions, as well as AVX and AES.
Check the prices of all notebooks equipped with E1-6010:
|Base / Max CPU frequency||1.35 - 0.00 GHz|
|Number of cores||2|
|Instructions type||64 bits|
|Integrated GPU||AMD Radeon R2|
|Base GPU frequency||260 MHz|
|Max. operating temperature||100 °C|
|Core / Architecture||Beema|
|Logical Cores (Threads)||2|
|LL cache||1024 KB|
|Max. GPU frequency||350 MHz|
AMD E1-6010 - benchmark tests
AMD E1-6010 vs competitors:
|#||CPU||Cinebench 20 (M)||Performance |
|In laptops starting at...||Price |
|146.||Intel Atom x5-Z8350||163||3%||N/A||-|
|147.||Intel Celeron 3867U||159||45%||$469.00||85%|
We’ve tested AMD E1-6010 on…
|#||Laptop series||Cinebench R23||Cinebench R20||Adobe Photoshop||Price|
|1.||HP 255 G3||-||-||110.80||N/A|