AMD A8-3870K Black Edition & Hybrid Crossfire Review

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AMD A8-3870K Black Edition Review

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Performance wise the A8-3870K is about where we'd expect an AMD CPU of this price to be. Of course it's dominated in the graph by everything else, but that's not really the point. In the Memory tests it slots in neatly between the 1095T and FX8150, although AMD are still nowhere near anything Intel have produced, and improving this area should definitely be a priority for the next generation of AMD CPUs.

 

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25-05-2012, 04:17:58

tinytomlogan


With an integrated GPU and very competitive pricing the A8-3870K promises much. We see if it delivers.

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25-05-2012, 04:26:13

sheroo
Have been running one of these in my daughter's rig for a few months now. Its does everything asked of it with consumate ease. Mild gaming and internet browsing - it doesn't even break a sweat. The only thing that I noticed is that HWMonitor doesn't report the temps correctly.Quote

25-05-2012, 08:45:31

flyboyovyick
I personally have one of these and i think they are excellent!

Got my iGPU at 800Mhz from the stock 600MHz and most games play in 1080p with medium detail.

Also overclocked my HyperX Blu 1600Mhz to 1866Mhz so i get even better performance.

I would recommend this for anyone who likes some light gaming,Quote
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