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post #31 of 49
Less than the 5800k which is what it should do.
AMD got better OC, temps and efficiency with a simple refresh.
What did haswell bring?? A better IGP which is still slower than it's competition and lower consumption on idle. Yeah underwhelming stuff from a "Tock"

The only bad thing about Richland is the slightly higher price which should drop in the next months.
Edited by Serios - 6/5/13 at 12:43pm
post #32 of 49
"Official" support for 2133MHz memory means precisely.....nothing new. Trinity could EASILY run memory at 2133MHz and yes, there were GPU performance benefits which will carry over into Richland:

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Guru3D AMD A10 6800K review
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I wonder when will the RAM frequency/timing scaling be tested on the Richland APUs?
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Eh, Richland isn't this year's APU. It's a refresh to keep us occupied until Kaveri and Steamroller come out later this year.

Buy hey, better than nothing I guess.

techspot "Other than some clock speed improvements, better power management, and a few new software features, everything is the same."

So it's a refresh, 6 months later, very little gains, and costs $30 bucks more?

Well, 8 months, but I'd rather see this minor boost (Like Ph II 970BE over the 965BE) then nothing at all.

I suppose native support of 2133 on the 6800k is nice, but as you can tell theres really not a whole lot of interest in Richland.
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^ The above (only one DIMM per channel with 2133MHz memory) is a SERIOUS problem.

... Why?

Phenom II: 1600 one per channel, 1333 all DIMMs.
Piledriver: 1866 one per channel, 1600 all DIMMs.
Richland: 2133 one per channel, 1866 all DIMMs.

It's not exactly new here. Besides, most FM boards only come with 2 memory slots anyway. If you're dropping 32GB in an APU rig, you're doing it wrong. Get a high speed 2x8GB kit if you really need 16GB.
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Better upgrade then ivy to haswell, lol. And considering AMD hasnt even brought out its big guns this year, while intel has.
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Better upgrade then ivy to haswell, lol. And considering AMD hasnt even brought out its big guns this year, while intel has.

I assume by Intel's big guns you're referring to...
Bay Trail for mobile
Ivy-Bridge E for enthusiasts
Haswell for laptops
Iris 5200 for iGPU

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AMD hasn't had "big guns" since 2006.
    
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I assume by Intel's big guns you're referring to...
Bay Trail for mobile
Ivy-Bridge E for enthusiasts
Haswell for laptops
Iris 5200 for iGPU

right?

Silly lacrossewacker, you also forgot about the better idle power consumptions that most desktop enthusiasts yawn about (unless if the CPU can't idle and locked at max power consumption), and like 0%-10% IPC gains with no guarantees of higher OCs!
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