AMD A10-6800K and A10-6700 Richland APU Reviews

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SiSoftware Sandra 2013 SP3a

Sisoftware Sandra 2011 SP5

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. 

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