AMD FX8150 CPU Review

3D Mark

AMD FX8150 CPU Review

3D Mark 11

Finally the bleeding stops and everything scores around the same in the latest of Futuremarks 3D Mark suites. Although it's worth noting that the non-HT, quad core 2.8GHz Intel i5-2300 and AMD X6 1095T aren't far behind the 4.7 GHz Octocore FX8150.

3D Mark Vantage

Moving back a generation to 3D Mark Vantage, the situation actually deteriorates for the AMD Flagship. Instead of trading punches with the rest of the setups on test, the little i5-2300 and X6 1095T both outscore the FX8150.


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Most Recent Comments

12-10-2011, 02:43:06

I fear that waiting is not rewarded.Disappointing. Quote

12-10-2011, 02:51:32


EDIT: Wow... i didn't expect it to suck this muchQuote

12-10-2011, 03:00:12

I was secretly hoping AMD could pull it out and get one over intel. Shame. This is like watching the pentium 4 all over again. On paper faster, but in reality slower and much hotter running. Oh well, Sandy Bridge E for me Quote

12-10-2011, 03:24:49

I didn't think it would be good, considering the 125W TDP instead of 140W and the low asking price of $250. SB-E all the way. I'm glad I didn't invest much into an AM3+ board (I got an AM3 board). Hopefully, we'll see some competition between the 8150 and the i5-2500K, price wise (may go 1155, IDK).Quote

12-10-2011, 03:37:40

Fail :/Quote

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