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Details for Component KV SPECTRE DESKTOP 100W; AMD Radeon R5 M200

http://www.sisoftware.eu/rank2011d/show_device.php?q=c9a598d385a5f6a6e3a0f4a6e3c387c291da8ec191b180b080d7eccc8dc084a4f697f396f997b7e5d0f0bd8fbf8fa9cef3deefc9bb86b690f9c4f5d3bb86b395edd0e1c7a2c7facaec9fa29a&l=en
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Desktop part; it's 100W. Might be legit; Spectre/Spooky are the names of a higher-end and lower-end iGPU within Kaveri, and the newer Radeon naming scheme looks correct.
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Intel and AMD measure TDP differently and AMD's unlocked CPU's have a higher TDP than their locked ones as they assume they will be overclocked.

The 5800K has as TDP of 100W whereas the 5700 has a TDP of 65, they are almost identically clocked with the difference being that the K is unlocked.

Intel measure average TDP whereas AMD measure absolute maximum TDP and thus Intel come to strange TDP numbers such as 77 and AMD come to higher ones.

I am excited to see the performance of these chips as they are an indication of the next FX series.

Edit: I forgot to say that Sandra can go rot in hell. Their benchmarks are terrible and the last thing I care about when it comes to PC's.
Edited by Liranan - 9/20/13 at 10:04pm
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Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

Intel and AMD measure TDP differently and AMD's unlocked CPU's have a higher TDP than their locked ones as they assume they will be overclocked.

The 5800K has as TDP of 100W whereas the 5700 has a TDP of 65, they are almost identically clocked with the difference being that the K is unlocked.

Intel measure average TDP whereas AMD measure absolute maximum TDP and thus Intel come to strange TDP numbers such as 77 and AMD come to higher ones.

I am excited to see the performance of these chips as they are an indication of the next FX series.

Quoted for truth!

Finally someone got TDP right, always irks me how people think TDP = Power and that automatically because the 5800/6800k are listed as 100W TDP that they draw tons of power and require massive heatsinks at stock clocks. My old Intel i7-920 was listed as 130W TDP, and I assure you that even before overclocking it used far more than 130W of power and under 100% load needed more than 130W of thermal dissipation. The 130W listed was for what Intel considered "average" loads.
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Edit: I forgot to say that Sandra can go rot in hell. Their benchmarks are terrible and the last thing I care about when it comes to PC's.

Quoted for truth.

Edit: Looks like the new APU's will also use the new GPU naming scheme.
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Although this thread was posted first, I'm closing this one in favour of directing users to the AMDFX source post, which also includes comparisons with other platforms including Richland and Iris Pro.

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1428372/amdfx-kaveri-benchmarks-revealed-amd-kaveris-gpu-is-r9-200m-up-to-500-performance-over-iris

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