AMD A10-5800K tested
Last week, AMD officially announced that its new APU A-5000 Series Trinity would be released this week , but conveniently did not announce the exact day, which is rumored to be tomorrow, but we will not have to wait until that date to meet performance trinity APU, as of Expreview bring us your review at apu amd A10-5800K.
For this test used a computer based on a Gigabyte motherboard F2A85X-UP4 (based on AMD chipset A85X) equipped with 8GB of DDR3-1600 (2x4GB) team that compared to other similar based on the Intel Core i3- 3220 (Ivy Bridge-DT + IGP HD Graphics 2500) and the AMD A8-3800 APU.
Without further ado, here are some of their test:
In tests CPU, the AMD APU-5800K A10 shows average yield of 6.09% below the Core i3-3220, but if we focus on multi-threaded tests, it leads Trinity by 10.68%. As for the graphics performance is not much to discuss, and we know the vast superiority of AMD IGP against the most powerful Intel IGP.
We recommend reviewing all tests by Expreview in his full review.
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