Socket FM1 is a CPU socket for desktop computers used by AMD early A-series APUs ("Llano") processors and Llano-derived Athlon II processors. It was released in July 2011. Its direct successors are Socket FM2 (September 2012) and Socket FM2+ (January 2014), while Socket AM1 (January 2014) is targeting low-power SoCs.
|Chip form factors||PGA|
|FSB protocol||Unified Media Interface (UMI)|
|FSB frequency||100 MHz System clock|
UMI up to 5,2 GT/s
|Processors||early A-series APUs|
This article is part of the CPU socket series
For available chipsets consult Fusion controller hubs (FCH).
APU's using Socket FM1 are AMD's Lynx platform.
Please consult List of AMD accelerated processing units for concrete product denominations.
Feature overview for AMD APUsEdit
|Brand||Llano||Trinity||Richland||Kaveri||Carrizo||Bristol Ridge||Raven Ridge||Picasso||Desna, Ontario, Zacate||Kabini, Temash||Beema, Mullins||Carrizo-L||Stoney Ridge|
|Released||Aug 2011||Oct 2012||Jun 2013||Jan 2014||Jun 2015||Jun 2016||Oct 2017||Jan 2019||Jan 2011||May 2013||Q2 2014||May 2015||June 2016|
|GPU microarchitecture||TeraScale 2 (VLIW5)||TeraScale 3 (VLIW4)||GCN 2nd gen||GCN 3rd gen||GCN 5th gen||TeraScale 2 (VLIW5)||GCN 2nd gen||GCN 3rd gen|
|Instruction set||TeraScale instruction set||GCN instruction set||TeraScale instruction set||GCN instruction set|
|Fab. (nm)||GlobalFoundries 32 SOI||GlobalFoundries 28 SHP||GlobalFoundries 14LPP||GlobalFoundries 12LP||TSMC 40||28|
|die area (mm2)||228||246||245||245||250||210||210||75 (+ 28 FCH)||~107||?||125|
|Socket||FM1, FS1||FM2, FS1+, FP2||FM2+, FP3||FM2+[a], FP4||AM4, FP4||AM4, FP5||FT1||AM1, FT3||FT3b||FP4|
|3D engine[b]||Up to 400:20:8||Up to 384:24:6||Up to 512:32:8||Up to 704:44:16||Up to 704:44:16||80:8:4||128:8:4||Up to 192:?:?|
|Video decoder||UVD 3.0||UVD 4.2||UVD 6.0||VCN 1.0||UVD 3.0||UVD 4.0||UVD 4.2||UVD 6.0||UVD 6.3|
|Video encoder||N/A||VCE 1.0||VCE 2.0||VCE 3.1||N/A||VCE 2.0||VCE 3.1|
|GPU power saving||PowerPlay||PowerTune||N/A||PowerTune|
- APU models: A8-7680, A6-7480. CPU only: Athlon X4 845.
- Unified shaders : texture mapping units : render output units
- To play protected video content, it also requires card, operating system, driver, and application support. A compatible HDCP display is also needed for this. HDCP is mandatory for the output of certain audio formats, placing additional constraints on the multimedia setup.
- To feed more than two displays, the additional panels must have native DisplayPort support. Alternatively active DisplayPort-to-DVI/HDMI/VGA adapters can be employed.
- DRM (Direct Rendering Manager) is a component of the Linux kernel. Support in this table refers to the most current version.
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