AMD Richland APU Launch Review: A10-6800K and A10-6700

7. GRID 29. Overclocking and Power

AMD Richland APU Launch Review: A10-6800K and A10-6700

PCMark 8

Just as we were testing for the Haswell and Richland reviews Futuremark released PCMark 8 and so we performed a few quick tests to show you how the performance is at this time. In the future we will look at this benchmark’s performance in more detail but for now here is an initial test using the "home" profile and the screenshot below explains what this test covers.

PCMark 8
Benchmark

1 Comment

  1. Graeme Willy June 28, 2014
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    Why would AMD release CPU’s that can’t keep up with their own high end cards? They know that not everyone that buys these uses the iGPU.

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