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AMD A10-5800K
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AMD A10-5800K

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Expert Review

Tweak Town
22 November 2012
  • Summary: *sigh* AMD really are so predictable, and not in the good way. The "Fusion" platform is great; Llano and now Trinity really help bring some decent video performance to the table without the need of having a separate video card.
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AMD Trinity A10 5800K APU Review

mad shrimps
21 November 2012
  • Summary: Who hasn't heard about the following phrase? The Future is Fusion ! Unless you have been living under a rock for the last years, this AMD marketing slogan was pretty much everywhere.
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AMD A10-5800k APU Processor Review

eteknix.com
1 November 2012
  • Conclusion: After taking a look at the A8-5600k, we were keen to see what its big brother, the flagship A10-5800k could do and in some ways I’m happy and in others quite disappointed, and that can really be split into two areas which I’ll talk about one by one.
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AMD A10-5800K & A8-5600K Review: Trinity on the Desktop, Part 2

AnandTech
30 October 2012
  • Conclusion: I have to admit, Trinity's CPU performance made it a lot closer to Intel's Core i3 3220 than I expected it to. In the worst case there's still a huge gap in single threaded performance, but even SYSMark 2012 only shows Intel's Core i3 3220 with a 12% performance advantage.
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AMD A10-5800K & A8-5600K Review: Trinity on the Desktop, Part 1

AnandTech
29 October 2012
  • Conclusion: On average, Trinity's high-end 384-core GPU manages to be around 16% faster than the fastest Llano GPU, while consuming around 7% more power when active. Given that Trinity is built on the same process node at Llano, I'd call that a relatively good step forward for AMD's equivalent of a "tick".
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Expert Review

Techware Labs
17 October 2012
  • Excerpt: Over the last few years we’ve seen OEM computing make a shift from discrete video cards to on-chip GPUs.  Within the past 2 years both Intel and AMD have gone full force with on-chip GPUs, so what’s the difference?
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Expert Review

Silent PC
10 October 2012
  • Summary: Compared to Llano, or more specifically, the A8-3850 , the high-end Trinity offerings deliver a boost in performance but more on the CPU side of the equation. The A8-5600K and A10-5800K were about 10% and 15% faster respectively in our CPU tests, lifting them up to the level of the Phenom II X4 955...
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AMD A10-5800K Dual Graphics evaluation

HEXUS
4 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Dual Graphics, aka CrossFire, scale nicely in 3DMark 11, providing a 35 per cent uplift over just running the Radeon HD 6670 on either platform. More of the same in 3DMark Vantage, where we see a 20 per cent-plus improvement.
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A10-5800K vs. Core i3-3220 CPU Review

Hardware Secrets
4 October 2012
  • Summary: The new A10-5800K is a far better CPU than the A8-3870K, and it costs less than what the A8-3870K did when it was launched. Both processing performance and gaming performance were improved on the new processor.
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AMD A10-5800K Trinity: why it needs faster RAM

HEXUS
3 October 2012
  • Conclusion: The real purpose in using better-than-generic memory rests with the supposed improvements in IGP performance. This is more like it. There's definite improvement through a change in the memory frequency/timings. DDR3-2,133 is over 20 per cent faster than DDR3-1,333!
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