The Sisoft Sandra 2014 SP2a benchmark utility measures pretty much all of your system components, but we’ll be using it to focus on memory and CPU performance!
Results: All processors were testing on a platform with a Corsair 2133MHz 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 memory kit, but there is a major difference between AMD and Intel due to process architecture and how the memory controller works. The AMD A10-7800 and A8-7600 both have 14 GB/s of memory bandwidth when run at 65W TDP. When you lower the TDP setting down to 45W in the UEFI the memory bandwidth of the processor drops just slightly.
Results: The AMD A10-7800 and A8-7600 processors both scores around 75 MPixels/s in the Sandra Multi-Media Processor test.
Results: The Intel Pentium series lacks AES-NI, so the AMD 4th Generation Kaveri APUs do pretty well on this benchmark and the A10-7800 and A8-7600 have a cryptographics bandwidth of around 2 GB/s for this AES benchmark test.
Results: In the Sandra 2014 SP2a CPU Arithmetic Benchmark the AMD A10-7800 65W TDP processor scored 49 GOPS and the AMD A8-7600 65W TDP processor scored 47.48 GOPS. The budget friendly Intel Pentium G3258 dual-core processor scored 36.67 GOPS, so AMD was able to edge that processor out even with them running on the 45W TDP setting.