APU AMD A10-5700 tested
Earlier this month amd launched its anticipated second generation APU A or A 5000 Series “Trinity” for desktop socket FM2 , although those dates apu K Series (A10-5800K, 5600K and A6-A8-5400K) were protagonists of most of reviews published on the website, although a little late we get a review of the A10-5700 APU.
Those tested at Hexus AMD A10 APU-5700 comprises two piledriver modules (each consisting in turn of two integer processing units “ALUs” and a floating point unit “Flex-FP”) running at 3.4GHz (a 4Ghz Turbo mode) and AMD Radeon HD 7660D IGP (384 shader processors running at 760MHz), and a TDP of 65W.
Without further ado, here are some of their test:
We recommend reviewing the full review at Hexus site.
Link: Review: AMD A10-5700 (Hexus)Tags: 32nm, A10-5700K, amd, analysis, apu, consumption, CPU, fusion, HD 7660D, performance, piledriver, Radeon, TDP, trinity, VLIW4