AMD A10-6800K Richland Review

Cinebench and POV-Ray

AMD A10-6800K Richland Review  



Maxxon's Cinebench provides an insight into how well the CPUs would fare when tasked to render complex images, as well as how the GPU deals with rendering a scene using OpenGL.
The results clearly show that the graphics solution of the AMD chips is far superior than the i3's in this scenario, while the Intel chip does well to keep up with its opponents in the CPU test despite lower clock speeds. 
We see that the 6800K loses marginally to the 5800K in the OpenGL render test, which is strange seeing as the 8760D should trump the 7660D.



POV-Ray is another benchmark focused on how well the CPU deals with complex image renders, and we can see that the 6800K does pull ahead of the Trinity chip, as well as just beating the i3.


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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

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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