AMD A10-6800K Richland Review

Bioshock Infinite and Catzilla

AMD A10-6800K Richland Review  

Bioshock Infinite 

One of the most popular and highly rated games to be released this year, the new instalment to the Bioshock series is heralded for its graphics. As such, it only made sense to include it in our testing. 
We used two different quality presets to do our run-throughs; Low and Normal, both at 1080p. In our results we can see that, same as ever, the AMD's are fighting each other while the i3 limps on behind.

 

 

Catzilla

One of the newest arrivals to the world of benchmarks, ALLBenchmark's Catzilla is already a popular option for those looking to test their systems. With a dubstep sound track and mutant cats there's not much that can beat Catzilla in terms of entertainment. 
Moving on to the results and we're only able to compare Kitty and Cat for the APUs, while the i3 point blank refused to run the benchmarks at all. 
From what we can see the Trinity processor is once again being beaten by its successor, but there's not much in it. 

  

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Most Recent Comments

04-06-2013, 23:53:00

Josh Weston
AMD's APUs have always been something that we've loved, so now it's time to see how their newest release takes to our testing.

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05-06-2013, 01:36:13

NeverBackDown
I wonder how much the 2133mhz memory would improve scores? Apu's are known for loving fast speeds so running at 2133mhz vs 1333mhz should improve scores quite a bit I would assume. Nevertheless still a great chip.

Good job on this review Josh! I was actually surprised. In the first page(not trying to be picky) I felt there were way to many commas. I ain't no English major but seems too many were used
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05-06-2013, 02:28:40

The Orange One
Good work with the review Josh!
That APU seems like a great little chip, for the money!Quote
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