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Richland is an overclocked Trinity anyway, we all knew hwow would it turn out to be compared to it rolleyes.gif

But the real interesting thing is how they pulled general performance by about a 10% and lowered power consumption equally as much.

After all, it's the only thing K-series APUs are trailing Intel's offerings on. Non-K already match them.

Also, SA dropped the ball... again.
They aren't comparing Richland's CPU to a 3770K, aren't they? headscratch.gif

I don't think so. If Richland would be just an overclocked Trinity, the TDP should have been increased, but it didn't So these is the reason it is named Richland, that is more power in the same TDP.
Try to overclock the Trinity one up to the Richland's frequency and mantain 100W TDP. wink.gif
Edited by sorance2000 - 6/5/13 at 6:06am
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It also has lower power consumption even while at a higher clock tongue.gif
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Here is a youtube link showing 3dmark11 and windows index rating for the 4770k 3.5ghz Haswell. Not overclocked.

This is around 10-20fps slower than the 6800k in most games. And almost twice the price!!

Youtube link:
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S|A has a well done review up.

http://semiaccurate.com/2013/06/04/amd-brings-richland-to-the-desktop-the-a10-6800k/

Take note that the performance increases here are absolutely nothing like the wild figures that have been rumored at multiple unscrupulous sources.

They also didn't test with 2133Mhz memory:
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...and our RAM of choice is an 8 GB DDR3 1866Mhz kit from AMD. [Editor's note: This is the memory we have available. We would prefer to test with faster memory. We hope our budget allows such at a future date.]...
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I notice also that - presumably in preparation for Richland - ASUS have updated the BIOS for the F2A85-V PRO to v.6002 with additional updates for Chipset and Graphics, a new version of AI Suite II and an update to the QVL.
So upgrading the APU will now involve a - not so simple - reinstall of W8 (since I am still bedding it in) and the usual problem of working out how to upgrade the motherboard DVD with the new files - something that somehow never gets mentioned.
Wait what? why does upgrading the APU to Richland force you to reinstall Windows 8?

As I was afraid, booting into W8 with a new A10-6800K in place of a A10-5800K was greeted as follows:



It looks like updating the driver DVD on Asus FM2 boards is about to become an issue for a lot of people.
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Can I use 2400mhz memory with the A10 just to improve performance even thought its not officially supported?

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If you have the A10-6800K, an Asus FM2 board and some 2400 ram that gives SPD an XMP reading you can do this in BIOS AI Tweaker menu by choosing DOCP mode for [AI Overclock Tuner]. This should post and boot, then you can go into AI Suite, go into Digi+ Control and hit thje big red Smart DIGI+ Key, accept the VRM setting it offers then go into TurboV EVO and set up the APU multiplier and CPU voltage (leave the APU frequency at 100). This will give you CPU 5GHz and RAM at 2400MHz and leave you to see what you can get with GPU boost.

Here's a running example:


PS. Just to say that, of course, you need an after market cooler to do this, but you don't have to go overboard with it, something like my Mugen 3B will do nicely.
Edited by Himo5 - 6/5/13 at 9:48am
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As the last step in overclocking our hybrid platform we selected the highest system memory frequency. The Richland's controller supports DDR3-2400 and we had no problems enabling that clock rate. As a result, we had a well-overclocked platform whose graphics performance was much higher than at the default settings.

The overall score of the overclocked A10-6800K is almost 25% higher, its x86 part having accelerated by 10% according to the gaming physics test. The integrated Radeon HD 8670D is comparable to Radeon HD 6670 graphics cards when overclocked.

Xbit has their overclocking review up. http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/amd-a10-6800k_9.html
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Xbit has their overclocking review up. http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/amd-a10-6800k_9.html

Dang that article is full of typos, misnamings and unit errors..
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Are there any reviews of the 6800-K with dual graphics? All the reviews I've come across avoid this subject...
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