A10-5800K AMD APU “Trinity” tested on Linux
A few days ago AMD launched their new AMD APU Series A-5000 or A-Series second generation “Trinity” for equipment FM2 socket , and with them a large group of reviews proving their performance under different applications.
Although a little later comes the review of Phoronix, which deserves special mention, because unlike other reviews come out so far, in this testing is done under the operating system ubuntu 12.10 (Linux Kernel 3.5).
For their tests they used a computer based on the amd A10 APU-5800K with a MSI motherboard A85XA-G65 and 8GB memory. Without further ado, here are some of the tests we performed, where we will publish some of the most intensive:
We recommend reviewing the full review Phoronix.
Link: AMD A10-5800K Performance On Ubuntu Linux (Phoronix)Tags: 12.10, A10-5800K, A85X, amd, analysis, apu, benchmark, fm2, fusion, Linux, performance, piledriver, review, trinity, ubuntu