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Posted by on Jul 4, 2013 in Hardware News |

Exemplary preliminary of APU AMD Kaveri-MB is tested on Boinc

Exemplary preliminary of APU AMD Kaveri-MB is tested on Boinc

From Planet 3DNow! bring us the first benchmarks made ​​a issue or of the future ( for notebooks), which was tested using the application (community network focused on using the computing power of computers users to perform research to cure diseases and other types of scientific research).

The APU tested has by model 2M186092H4467_23/18/12/05_1304, and apparently it is a APU Kaveri-MB A10 or A8 conformed by four cores running at (at 2.3GHz in turbo mode), 2MB of cache of second level (L2) and integrated graphics Radeon HD 9000 Series “Spectre”. Your TDP is 35 Watts.

We have put together the scores of this APU in a table, where we compare them with those of the microprocessors AMD FX-8350 “Vishera” and FX-8150 “Zambezi”, which means calculations, we hypothetically matched in number of cores and operating frequency with the preliminary issue of Kaveri:

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Despite having a L2 of only 2MB (assuming the final version will bring 4MB of L2 as the current A10/A8 based in Richland and Trinity), Kaveri manages to outperform CPUs FX, but is defeated in testing point floating.

Since it comes to an engineering sample, is possible that this APU have still many of its units of calculation and new features disabled, so that the final version could surprise us.

Link: Erste Steamroller-APU bei Boinc gesichtet (Planet 3DNow!)

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