Yield per cycle at 3.0GHz: Bulldozer vs Husky vs Piledriver
The new AMD APU Series A-5000 or A-Series second generation “Trinity” based on the micro-architecture Piledriver are just to fulfill its second week since launch. But with them as protagonists reviews keep coming.
Just yesterday we received an interesting review of the A10-5800K in Linux and today from Computerbase comes a very interesting review that measures performance per Cycle compared with amd microprocessors based on bulldozer micro-architecture (first generation FX “Zambezi”) and Huskky (A-Series first generation “Llano”), all set to 3.0GHz.
Without further ado, here are some of their test:
We see that it is something difficult to measure the performance of the new cycle of trinity APU, because this is mixed depending on the applications used, as in several test loses varying percentage to husky and Bulldozer, but not far away from them, which is good news for AMD as A10-5800K comes with a higher frequency range, which allows you to be on average 10% higher than the a8-3870k APU, but 4% lower than the FX-4170, a factor that is surprising due to the increased frequency of the latter.
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