AMD has recently updated its Vision micro-site with the first official 3DMark Vantage benchmark results of the company's upcoming Llano accelerated processing units (APUs), which are supposed to make their debut at Computex 2011. The results have been removed from the site by now, but Nordic Hardware has managed to snag a screenshot right before the article was pulled down. As a base for its comparison, AMD used the E-350 series APU, which was introduced earlier this year, and this was pitted against the A4-3300M, the A6-3410MX and A8-3510MX Llano APUs. All the systems were paired together with 4GB of RAM clocked at 1333MHz (apart from the E-350 that is limited at 1066MHz), running in a dual-channel configuration. The Llano APUs proved to be between 2.4 and 4.2 times faster than the E-350 in 3DMark Vantage, which seems just about right considering their specifications. All the Llano processors used are mobile chips and the fastest of the three APUs is the A8-3510MX which features four processing cores with a base frequency of 1.8GHz and a maximum Turbo clock speed of 2.5GHz. The four Husky/K10.5 x86 cores are paired together with 4MB of Level 2 cache memory and a Radeon HD 6620G on-die GPU which packs 400 stream processors clocked at 444MHz. The chip's TDP is set at 45W. The two other Llano processors feature a quad, and respectively dual-core, design and include slower Radeon graphics cores, but both of these are a great deal more powerful than the E-350 GPU. Outside of the on-die graphics core, Llano chips also feature an integrated dual-channel DDR3 memory controller and a PCI Express controller. Computer manufacturers can choose to pair the APUs with AMD A70 or A75 chipsets, and both of these offer similar features outside of native USB 3.0 support which is only found in the A75 FCH. An official launch date hasn't been mentioned, but a recent AMD press release seems to indicate these will debut at Computex, on May 31. The event will be broadcasted live over the Internet.