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AMD A10-7890K Review (Featuring Athlon X4 880K)

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AMD A10-7890K Review – Conclusion

AMD are fond of refreshing their APU range which is no bad thing. Enhanced performance is often the result (or better performance at particular price points) however there isn’t often a lot new to talk about. For the most part that is the case here. 7890K is very similar to the previously released 7870K and the 880K is similar to both (same core architecture etc), just without the Radeon GPU. They become more interesting due to the Wraith cooler which is bundled with the APU and the enhanced 125w solution provided with the 880K. Without doubt those coolers are class leading, providing excellent thermal performance and the as advertised near silent operation.

In terms of APU/CPU performance the 7890K and 880K are very close to each other. Both provide all the processing power the average consumer will need for standard content creation and day to day computing tasks. Each is more than capable of powering a mainstream gaming rig when combined with a discrete GPU and of course the A10-7890K is quite a capable gaming device on its own. If you are the sort of gamer who wants to play Minecraft, maybe dip into some eSports titles like DOTA2 at 1080p then this is a very cost effective way to start your build. Media consumption is also a strong point for the two AMD processors with 4k playback, 3D, etc all supported.

Finally, on the overclocking front we were able to hit 4.6GHz on our 880K with the 7890K sample we had reaching 4.5GHz with a GPU overclock peaking at just over 1000Mhz.

Summary: AMD continue to offer a feature packed range of mid-range processors. Well priced, now with further enhanced performance and some very impressive cooling solutions.

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