AMD A10-6800k & A10-6700 ‘Richland’ APU Review

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PCMark 7

PCMark 7 provides a set of 7 suites for measuring different aspects of PC performance with a high degree of accuracy. Overall system performance is measured by the PCMark Suite. The Lightweight Suite measures the capabilities of entry level systems and mobility platforms unable to run the full PCMark suite. Common use performance is measured by the Entertainment, Creativity and Productivity scenario suites. Component performance is measured by the Computation and Storage hardware suites. The Storage suite is ideal for testing SSDs and external hard drives in addition to the system drive.

PCMark7 again sees around a 6-7% gain in performance from both the 6700 and 6800k over their older siblings and overclocking to 4.8GHz sees the 6800k push even closer to the stock performance of an FX-8350.

Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. Test Procedure
  3. Overclocking
  4. CPU Benchmarks
  5. Gaming Benchmarks
  6. Memory Benchmarks
  7. System Benchmarks
  8. Power Consumption
  9. Final Thoughts
  10. View All

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3 Comments on AMD A10-6800k & A10-6700 ‘Richland’ APU Review

  • Avatar Wayne says:

    It’s been years now since I’ve taken a look at any AMD processor. The last one I tested was an Athlon 64 3800+ back in 2005 and if memory serves me correctly I was quite impressed with it.

  • Avatar theinsanegamern says:

    real informative benchmarks here…..all you tested was 3d mark? not even one real game? and yet the page is called gaming benchmarks?

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