AMD A10-6800K Richland Review
Video conversion is an extremely strenuous ordeal for a processor, but it's something that a HTPC may very well be tasked with. As such, the x264 Benchmark gives a great insight into how each processor would deal with such a work load.
The Richland processor trades blows with the i3; AMD's chip edging ahead in the second pass average while the 3220 just wins with the first pass. The results also show the clear improvement over the 5800K, though there's still not all that much in it.
wPrime, a hugely popular benchmark of a CPU's ability, shows us much of what we've seen already. The 6800K beats the 5800K pretty handily, but it can't quite catch up with the i3. With more physical cores and a higher clock speed, this proves that architecture plays a big role too, and that Intel's is superior when tasked with wPrime's workload.