AMD A10-5800K: Virtu MVP proof
In just a few days for the official launch of the AMD APU A-5000 Series “Trinity” for desktop socket FM2 , also know that some motherboards designed for this socket will come with the utility Virtu MVP . Although we still have to wait a few days before you can appreciate the full reviews of Trinity , from OCWorkbench bring us some CPU performance figures of Trinity and Virtu MVP.
For this mini-review used the amd A10-5800K apu alongside a biostar motherboard A85X Hi-Fi; computer that compared to an Intel core i5-3570k (tested on ASUS Sabertooth motherboards Biostar Z77 and TZ77XE4) and APU AMD A8-3850 (tested on motherboard ASRock A75 Extreme6). All teams used 4GB of DDR3-2400 Kingston HyperX and Kingston SSDNow V Series drive 64GB.
Without further ado, here are some of their test:
Notably Virtu MVP performance in the Virgo platform (Trinity + A85X chipset AMD), where to turn Hyperformance + VSync options (HVSync) doubles the graphics performance of the Radeon hd 7970 in the game Alien vs Predator Full resolution- HD (1920 X 1080), but unfortunately do not show the minimum FPS, but without doubt these figures are enough to awaken the interest in how Virtu behaves in a complete battery of tests.
We recommend reviewing the full review OCWorkbench.
Link: A10-FM2 AMD versus Intel Core i5 5800K 3570K (OCWorkbench)Tags: A10-5800K, amd, apu, biostar, core, CPU, fusion, HD 7660D, hd 7970, Hi-Fi, Hyperformance, i5-3570k, igp, piledriver, Radeon, Virtu MVP, VLIW4, VSync