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No, I'm not asking what does the whole APU is equivalent to because the answer will be Intel Core i3-3220 or something. We know that APU contains CPU + GPU.

1) So my question is, in AMD A10-5800K, the CPU contains inside the APU is equivalent to what CPUs? Both Intel and AMD CPUs are accepted

2) And the GPU contains inside the APU is equivalent to what GPUs? Dedicated GPUs from Nvidia, AMD or even integrated from Intel is accepted

I'm looking forward for the answer. smile.gif
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1) Intel would be similar to an i3 2100 in terms of core and performance with the Intel being slightly faster. The closest AMD pure chip would be the FX4170.

2) Intel has no graphics chip that is close to the performance of the graphics in the 5800K. The AMD Radeon 6770 should be a close performance with the grpahics on the APU. The closest out right now for NVIDIA would be a GT 540 or so.
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Originally Posted by drufause View Post

1) Intel would be similar to an i3 2100 in terms of core and performance with the Intel being slightly faster. The closest AMD pure chip would be the FX4170.
2) Intel has no graphics chip that is close to the performance of the graphics in the 5800K. The AMD Radeon 6770 should be a close performance with the grpahics on the APU. The closest out right now for NVIDIA would be a GT 540 or so.

This is what I've been looking for. Couldn't find any answer via google.
By the way, is there any confirmation about your answer? Not that I want to argue but just want to confirm it. Source, link or whatever.
Thanks a lot! thumb.gif
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Mostly its my own extrapolation explanation from multiple reviews on places like Toms Hardware, Maximum PC, Guru3d, CPU magazine. If you Google those things there are multiple reviews that range all over the place but in my opinion that is where i would place it.
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Mostly its my own extrapolation explanation from multiple reviews on places like Toms Hardware, Maximum PC, Guru3d, CPU magazine. If you Google those things there are multiple reviews that range all over the place but in my opinion that is where i would place it.

Exactly, and maybe I should do my own research as well to find out more. Thanks again. smile.gif
post #6 of 7
Cpu side is easily comparable to a fx-4300, same PD modules (2) just without the lv3 cache, which has limited areas of extra performance.
GPU side gets a little more difficult, as it depends on the workload as to exactly what it compares to. It has less radeon cores then the 6570/6670, however they (7660D) are vliw4, and more efficient vs vliw5, but they excel at slightly different tasks. For the most part vliw4 > vliw5, but the biggest catch between the discrete and 7660D will be the memory and memory controller. Amd's current ddr3 memory controller with 2133 memory is still barely adequate for a mildly oc'd gpu unit on the a10, and doesn't compete well with the discretes gddr5 bandwidth when that comes into play.
Running games/benchmarks with settings that don't stress the memory bandwidth are going to show the 7660D favorably. I think its the same situation when comparing 660 ti's to other cards, however the gap is fairly noticeable on the 7660D vs discretes in the 6570/6670 with gdd5 range when memory bandwidth (ie high AA settings?) is necessary.
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Cpu side is easily comparable to a fx-4300, same PD modules (2) just without the lv3 cache, which has limited areas of extra performance.
GPU side gets a little more difficult, as it depends on the workload as to exactly what it compares to. It has less radeon cores then the 6570/6670, however they (7660D) are vliw4, and more efficient vs vliw5, but they excel at slightly different tasks. For the most part vliw4 > vliw5, but the biggest catch between the discrete and 7660D will be the memory and memory controller. Amd's current ddr3 memory controller with 2133 memory is still barely adequate for a mildly oc'd gpu unit on the a10, and doesn't compete well with the discretes gddr5 bandwidth when that comes into play.
Running games/benchmarks with settings that don't stress the memory bandwidth are going to show the 7660D favorably. I think its the same situation when comparing 660 ti's to other cards, however the gap is fairly noticeable on the 7660D vs discretes in the 6570/6670 with gdd5 range when memory bandwidth (ie high AA settings?) is necessary.
Thanks for this info. Very nice.
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