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My HTPC has a 5400K, I could bench some things if you want up to 2133.
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benching is entirely different from real world scenarios, you can bench anything even an Intel P4
but that doesn't mean the P4 will multitask with any efficiency or make progress...?
and RAM @ 2133MHz for a HTPC is kinda ridiculous, it's not gonna make the vid play faster.. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by junkerde View Post

not to derail or anything, but is 1600 9-9-9-27 slower than say if you overclock it to 1866 and timings become 10-10-10-32? or is it the other way around cuz of timings?
If you would like to do the math yourself it goes like this: 1/(freq/2) x clock= speed

So 1600-- 1/800 x 9= .01125
so 1866-- 1/933 x 10= .01072

Here you can see the diff. it is small but enough to make a diff. Ofcourse this is a crude way to see if certain clocks will make a diff.
post #14 of 22
+rep the math...
post #15 of 22
Any APU CPU that has the K at the and of the name, is better than any intel counter part... why would u go with intel if you will do a light Movie,web,gaming machine?
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benching is entirely different from real world scenarios, you can bench anything even an Intel P4
but that doesn't mean the P4 will multitask with any efficiency or make progress...?
and RAM @ 2133MHz for a HTPC is kinda ridiculous, it's not gonna make the vid play faster.. tongue.gif

That's kind of a weird argument, especially for this site. Benching relieves a lot of variables for a testing comparison, although some test certain things better than others. That's why we have a lot of them smile.gif. Also, a lot of games come with a test/benchmark mode that can be a good indicator of performance on a particular game.

That's true about video playback, but there's a noticeable gaming gain on APUs with faster RAM. Sometimes it's fun to play on the bigger screen wink.gif
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Any APU CPU that has the K at the and of the name, is better than any intel counter part... why would u go with intel if you will do a light Movie,web,gaming machine?
put money on it...
do not let you brand of favoritism blind you from all the benches, charts and reviews..
the i3-322x is a stellar little chip.

I do have an A10-5800K build for my sister so I do like it.
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=182099
Edited by malmental - 5/17/13 at 5:18am
post #18 of 22
The only Different between 1600 vs. 1866 is that it is a little faster to boot with SSDs. Other then that I can't see any difference.
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The only Different between 1600 vs. 1866 is that it is a little faster to boot with SSDs. Other then that I can't see any difference.


APUs utilize main memory for video buffers. The increase throughput can increase GPU performance.
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Trinity vs. Intel Ivy Bridge @xbitlabs
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