The Sisoft Sandra 2013 SP3a benchmark utility measures pretty much all of your system components, but we’ll be using it to focus on memory and CPU performance!
Results: It looks like the AMD A10-6800K may have taken a little bit of a hit to the memory performance since the last gen APU’s. The A10-5800K was able to hit an aggregate throughput of 15.83GB/s while the A10-6800K was .14GB/s slower with an aggregate performance of 15.69GB/s.
Results: The AMD A10-6800K ‘Richland’ APU was able to hit an aggregate of 126.5 MPixels/s which is 8.2% faster than the A10-5800K ‘Trinity’ APU.
Results: All the new mainstream and high-end desktop processors support AES-NI and have pretty good Cryptographic Bandwidth numbers. The AMD A10-6800K ‘Richland’ APU was 6% faster than the AMD A10-5800K ‘Trinity’ APU.
Results: In the CPU Arithmetic benchmark the AMD A10-6800K was 8.3% faster than the A10-5800K APU and 6.8% faster than the A10-6700K APU.