AMD launched a trio of new E-series and C-series accelerated processing units (APUs), these include the E-450, E-300, and C-60. The three come in BGA packages, and are based on the Brazos platform, making use of the Bobcat high-efficiency x86 micro-architecture by AMD. All three are dual-core, and are built on the 40 nm process. The trio is topped by E-450 "Zacate". The processor component of the E-450 is clocked at 1.65 GHz (E-350 has 1.60 GHz). The Radeon HD 6320 GPU core is clocked at 508 MHz, and features TurboCore technology, that can drive it up to 600 MHz. The E-300 lacks TurboCore on both its CPU and GPU components, its CPU component is clocked at 1.30 GHz, and Radeon HD 6310 GPU core at 488 MHz. The C-60 is AMD's ultra low power APU with its TDP at just 9W (E-450 and E-300 are 18W). The C-60 features TurboCore technology on both its CPU and GPU components, the CPU is clocked at 1.00 GHz, that can increase to 1.33 GHz, while the Radeon HD 6290 GPU core is clocked at 276 MHz, which can increase to 400 MHz. On all three APUs, the GPU component packs 80 stream processors, and is DirectX 11 compliant. All three feature a single-channel DDR3 memory controller supporting DDR3-1333 MHz memory. The integrated GPUs of all three support HDMI 1.4a and DisplayPort, apart from the usual DVI and VGA.