Back in February AMD announced the A10-7860K APU that aims to replace the A10-7850K. The A10-7860K is an interesting processor because it has a low 65W TDP, full A10 four steamroller cores and 8 GCN Cores with 512 stream processors and the 65W TDP makes it the most power efficient AMD desktop APU released. The base frequency of the A10-7860K is 3.6Ghz and boosts up to 4.0Ghz and its got an integrated Radeon R7 GPU clocked at 757Mhz. The A10-7860K comes bundled with the new Near-Silent Thermal Solution that's designed to handle TDPs of up to 95 watts. The K suffix means the processor is unlocked on both the CPU and graphics so you can squeeze a bit more performance if you decide to overclock it.
Not gonna lie, this is a pretty good chip for its price and performance.