AMD A10-6800K Richland Overclocked Review

Alien vs Predator and Counter-Strike: Source

AMD A10-6800K Richland Overclocked Review

Alien vs Predator

Moving on to Alien vs Predator, a benchmark based from the real game, we see once again that the overclocked system is the victor. Nearly a 40% gain in average FPS shows that our tweaking has made huge gains to gaming performance. 
The benchmark runs at the same resolution as your sytem, or 1080p in our case.

 

Counter-Strike: Source

Counter-Strike: Source is one of the most popular games out there and it uses one of the most common game engines too. This should mean that our results from this benchmark can be extrapolated to other Source based games such as Team Fortress 2 and the Half Life series. 
With the in-game benchmark completely maxed out at 1080p we see fantastic results from the overclocked APU. A 44% increase in frames per second is gained from our performance tuning which launches the system into the lead. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

26-06-2013, 08:02:48

chrismjurd
what a budget beast that is Quote

26-06-2013, 09:20:21

wilkieway
Now all we need is a dual graphics review if possible.Quote

26-06-2013, 09:24:36

vorticalbox
for anyone after one the AMD A10-6800K is £106.79 on aria ATMQuote

26-06-2013, 10:52:47

grassman
Something that is easily noticeable is games with high res textures don't see a large boost in performance(10-15%), While older games with less complicated textures are seeing massive 30-50% increases. I am inclined to believe with the evidence shown that there is too much Space + Time between the CPU and Ram. Kaveri just got a lot more exciting xD

Glad the OC + Stock reviews ended up happening in this matter, It really shows how big of a hit you are taking when you do not overclock.Quote

26-06-2013, 11:42:47

NeverBackDown
Considerng Richland was more of a tweak off of Trinity; these results show just how great APUs can be in the future.Quote
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