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All of the CPU and GPU clocks are up (with the exception with the budget-minded A4-4000), as expected. Maximum Turbo Core speeds across the lineup range from 200MHz faster (A10-6800K) to as much as 400MHz faster (A8-6500); the base CPU clocks have also been increased 100-300MHz, with the 300MHz increase coming on the highest performance models. We’ve also been informed that the Richland APUs will be more likely to hit their maximum Turbo Core clocks, whereas Trinity was more likely to run at the base clock, so all told, we would expect performance to be up anywhere from 5% to as much as 25% in extreme cases, with the average being more likely in the 10% range.

On the GPU front, the Richland APUs are likewise clocked 5-11% higher (the only 11% gap being the A10-6700 vs. the A10-5700; the rest are 5%). At least for now street pricing is also up around 10-15%, so you’re basically paying a bit more to get a bit more performance. Also worth mention is that all of the Richland parts will work in existing socket FM2 motherboards, with support for the A85X, A75, and A55 platforms. There will be forward compatibility with FM2+ motherboards as well. It’s unlikely many people will be looking to upgrade from Trinity to Richland (just like we don’t expect many people to move from Ivy Bridge to Haswell), but the existing FM2 motherboards will help keep the price of adoption low.

Source: AnandTech



Reviews:
- TechPowerUp (A10-6800K)
- ChipLoco (A10-6800K)
- Hardware Canucks (A10-6800K and A10-6700)
- Overclockers (A10-6800K)
- PCPerspective (A10-6800K and A10-6700)
- TechSpot (A10-6800K and A4-4400)
- Expert Reviews (A10-6800K)
- SemiAccurate (A10-6800K)
- Benchmark Reviews (A10-6800K)
Edited by Bullly - 6/5/13 at 10:45am
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this is either a repost, or a severe case of deja vu.
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this is either a repost, or a severe case of deja vu.

DEYJA BOOOSH

EDIT: OMG ARE YOU KIDDING ME!?!? Literally no iGPU performance increase....***.
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this is either a repost, or a severe case of deja vu.
The official NDA just lifted so I dont know how can we already have a post. Anyhow, please link if you find it. I'll ask mods to delete this one.
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I want to see more reviews of the cpu with discreet gpus
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I want to see more reviews of the cpu with discreet gpus

it's just a slightly overclocked trinity. Techreport included the 5800K in their Haswell review so you can see the results here : http://techreport.com/review/24879/intel-core-i7-4770k-and-4950hq-haswell-processors-reviewed/11

Just add a few more FPS and you can get a good idea.
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it's just a slightly overclocked trinity. Techreport included the 5800K in their Haswell review so you can see the results here : http://techreport.com/review/24879/intel-core-i7-4770k-and-4950hq-haswell-processors-reviewed/11

Just add a few more FPS and you can get a good idea.

If that was the case it would be same tdp at same clock.
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They figured out some power savings other than that it's an overclocked Trinity. Something to buy if you've been looking to get an FM2 chip, but obviously no reason to upgrade... That'll be coming later this year smile.gif
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I'm more surprised with the FX-4350 benchmark in the TechSpot's review.
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