The AMD A6-4400M dual-core processor is just another accelerated processor coming from AMD. This APU is fabricated using 32 nanometer technology that consists of Dual-channel DDR3 memory controller; PCI Express 2.0; HD Media Accelerator; DVI / DisplayPort / HDMI / VGA display controllers and Radeon HD 7520G graphics controller.
This AMD A6-4400M dual-core processor runs at the base clock speed of 2.7 GHz (2700 MHz) but because of Turbo Core technology, it can automatically overclock up to 3.2 GHz (3200 MHz) when thermal and electrical aspects of the unit are met.
Moreover, this Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), has an integrated graphics controller called Radeon HD 7520G which is DirectX 11-compatible and features 192 shader cores of the Trinity chip, this is fewer compared to Radeon 7660G which has 384 shader cores but because of the Turbo Core technology this GPU will operate anywhere amid 497 to 686 MHz this depends on the existing demand of applications you are using.
Compared to the performance of the integrated GPU in Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors still IGPUs in Accelerated Processors like AMD A6-4400M are much powerful.
Likewise, this AMD A6-4400M dual-core processor offers 1MB L2 cache and supports 64-bit technology. It has Thermal Design Power of 35 watts which makes it appropriate for laptops with sizes ranging from 14 inches and above.
Compared to other processors this AMD A6-4400M dual-core processor has a PassMark Score of 2682. This performs better compared to Intel Celeron 867 with a rating of 1255, Intel Core i3-2367M with a rating of 1884, and AMD E2-3000M with a rating of 1184. But slower compared to Intel Core i5-3210M with a PassMark rating of 3989, AMD A8-4500M with a rating of 4174, and Intel Core i7 3610QM with a rating of 8384.