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Hello Gents,

I know very little has been released on the performance of the new Kaveri APUs, but is there a chance that the top end model will be quicker than the Vishera FX8350? I have been having non stop issues with my 8350 build since last year and I am wondering if I should just junk it and move onto the new Kaveri when they come out and just use a dedicated videocard (going to buy R290).

Sorry if there is already a thread out there that covers the subject.
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Originally Posted by Phaethon666 View Post

Hello Gents,

I know very little has been released on the performance of the new Kaveri APUs, but is there a chance that the top end model will be quicker than the Vishera FX8350? I have been having non stop issues with my 8350 build since last year and I am wondering if I should just junk it and move onto the new Kaveri when they come out and just use a dedicated videocard (going to buy R290).

Sorry if there is already a thread out there that covers the subject.

No one knows yet as there hasnt been any info released as of yet.
Most people are saying it will be about 25% less performance then the FX8350 so who knows..
You just have to wait and see like the rest of us!!
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Thanks for the info mate!
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Single-threaded? Probably. It should be a bigger performance improvement than Bulldozer to Piledriver and the energy usage is lower too, allowing higher overclocks.
Multi-threaded? If they implement 6GHz stock clockspeeds and a hyper-threading-like system, then sure! In other words, no. As APUs, they're only going to have four cores to start with but there is some speculations that three modules/six cores is possible.
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Considering Gigabyte made a sniper board for it and the CPU is 2 years younger then Kaveria then It should by a good bit
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post #6 of 8
check the Steamroller? thread thats the Arch behind Kevari sift through all the posts and you will have a better idea
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Single-threaded? Probably. It should be a bigger performance improvement than Bulldozer to Piledriver and the energy usage is lower too, allowing higher overclocks.
Multi-threaded? If they implement 6GHz stock clockspeeds and a hyper-threading-like system, then sure! In other words, no. As APUs, they're only going to have four cores to start with but there is some speculations that three modules/six cores is possible.


If they are using what we think they are, then I wouldn't expect it. Bulk isn't going to deliver major clock speeds.
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Kaveri, which will use AMD's new Steamroller x86 cores, will surpass Vishera in any single-threaded task and possibly even most lightly-threaded tasks (as we already see Intel quad cores beating the Vishera octocore parts in these workloads). In any situation where all 8 threads would be used however, it's unrealistic to expect the quad-core Kaveri to beat it.
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