A10-5800K AMD tested with 10 video cards
amd launched its APU A-5000 Series or A Series of second-generation “Trinity” for desktop socket FM2 almost a month ago, and since that time we have seen many different reviews with them as protagonists, including one review under Linux and recently one where performance is explored by cycle .
From Inpai comes a new review, this time testing the AMD A10-5800K apu “Trinity” with 10 video cards based on low-end GPUs, and some old high-end GPU. Without further ado, here are some of their test:
Of the tested GPUs, the only ones who managed to consistently beat the Radeon HD 7660D igp A10-5800K APU are Nvidia GeForce GT 640 and AMD Radeon HD 6570 and Radeon HD 5670, as other GeForce GT 440 GPUs achieve a virtual tie with the IGP.
It is clear that the trinity APU are quite capable IGP, and have enough power to be measured and/or surpass many low-end GPUs with prices below $70, but its main attraction is the Dual Graphics technology (Hybrid CrossFireX) Thanks to which, to use the IGP in conjunction with dedicated graphics AMD Radeon HD 6570 and Radeon HD 6670 graphics performance is achieved superior.
Unfortunately Dual Graphics configurations tested in this review, which we recommend reviewing the full version of Inpai anywhere.
Link: 10款独显上阵!A10-5800K集显挑战赛 (Inpai)Tags: A10-5800K, amd, apu, card, fusion, gpu, HD 7660D, igp, performance, piledriver, Radeon, review, trinity, vga, video