APU AMD A10-5700 “Trinity” vs-3850 A8 “Llano”
In the middle of last month apu amd launched its A-Series second generation “Trinity” to desktop , but these first APU based in trinity are directed to the OEM segment, so for now the only way to get one, is buying a complete equipment from manufacturers such as HP, Dell, Lenovo and others.
It is rumored that AMD plans to launch its desktop Trinity APU for the retail market (sale to the general public) from August to October this year, and that this delay is that AMD plans to release a new revision (stepping) of their Trinity APU with improvements aimed at increasing the potential for overclocking (feature not used in OEM equipment). Although so far can not confirm either of these rumors.
From Expreview review comes a face where an engineering sample of AMD APU A10-5700 “Trinity”, composed of two modules APU piledriver (four integer processing units “ALUs” and two floating point units “FPUs”) working to 3.4GHz (a 4.0GHz Core Turbo Mode 3.0) and AMD Radeon HD graphics 7660G (384 shader processors running at 760MHz); to face with an APU-3850 A8 “Llano”.
Without further ado here your test:
Link: APU“富二代”，Trinity桌面处理器首发预览 (Expreview)Tags: A10-5700, a8-3850, amd, apu, comparative, CPU, Flat, fusion, gpu, performance, piledriver, review, trinity