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Review: AMD A10-6800K (32nm Richland)

by Tarinder Sandhu on 12 June 2013, 10:00

Tags: AMD (NYSE:AMD)

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Benchmarks: Discrete GPU

We can also examine the kind of peformance available to users who decide to plug-in a class-leading graphics card. Removing as many of the bottlenecks as we can we use a GeForce GTX 780.

Faster CPU-side processors provide a tangible benefit in the Fire Strike test, but the A10-6800K remains close to the Core i3-3225.

DiRT Showdown performance is fairly reliant on subsystem speed; the A10-6800K isn't so hot here. We could actually visually tell the difference between the two price-competing chips' performance.

BioShock Infinite is far more GPU-dependent, as the game runs perfectly smoothly on an AMD A10-5700.