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How does the A10-7850k compare to the FX-4300 or FX-6300 in pure CPU performance?

It should roflstomp the entire FX4 lineup and match the FX6 in multithreading.

Or at least that's what AMD has been hinting this processor is aimed at.
   
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FX-8350 runs CB 11.5 ST at 4.2Ghz ,just like FX-8150 (it turbos@4.2Ghz ST as well) and scores only 10% higher (1.1 vs 1) but in gaming scenarios piledriver totally dominates bulldozer because of its revised L1/L2 cache. SR revisions are more profound and I expect that to be mirrored better on real,not perfectly well threaded applications, like games. An A10-7850k will probably easily beat both A10-6800k and FX-4300 in all games. Against FX-6300 it won't be that easy.
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FX-8350 runs CB 11.5 ST at 4.2Ghz ,just like FX-8150 (it turbos@4.2Ghz ST as well) and scores only 10% higher (1.1 vs 1) but in gaming scenarios piledriver totally dominates bulldozer because of its revised L1/L2 cache. SR revisions are more profound and I expect that to be mirrored better on real,not perfectly well threaded applications, like games. An A10-7850k will probably easily beat both A10-6800k and FX-4300 in all games. Against FX-6300 it won't be that easy.

It should easily beat the FX-6300 in singlethreaded, and with the better multicore scaling, it should at least be competitive.
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I couldn't care less for CPU perf, GPU part much more important in APUs imo

if 7850k can avg 40 FPS in BF4 with mantle thats absolutely astonishing
Edited by nitrubbb - 1/10/14 at 7:05am
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So the question now is if Kaveri is worth anything. Based on these and other similar benchmarks I would say it's only pro over Richland is the support for HSA and Mantle (with IGP). At $40 more than the 6800k I don't see a good reason to buy the 7850k.

Sure LibreOffice supports HSA to some degree but who would choose that over Microsoft Office?

Sometimes it's better to improve on existing technologies than to attempt to re-invent the wheel in the hopes that everyone will adopt it.

People who prefer not to pay for Office.

You'd be better off with Google Docs over LibreOffice. MS Office is by far the best office program out there for professional use. But oh well, we need fanatics and anti-anything people to cause delusion in order to make existing products better, or they get hired on by the real players in the market.
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the problem with google office is google gets to read analyze and sell anything you read or write with it.
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the problem with google office is google gets to read analyze and sell anything you read or write with it.
wait what? Don't they have business accounts? If I type up a book its Google or my personal logs!
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I couldn't care less for CPU perf, GPU part much more important in APUs imo

if 7850k can avg 40 FPS in BF4 with mantle thats absolutely astonishing
It can do that without Mantle 1080P all except lighting on medium lighting should be set to low. With Mantle I'd say 20% faster no cpu bottleneck should already help a lot.
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It should easily beat the FX-6300 in singlethreaded, and with the better multicore scaling, it should at least be competitive.

FX-4300/6300/8300 all share the same basic core performance but when it comes to gaming 8300>6300>4300. A10-7850 will handily beat the FX-43x0 but I am not so sure about FX-63x0, that's my point.
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It can do that without Mantle 1080P all except lighting on medium lighting should be set to low.

I disagree. At 1080P with everything on medium, it averaging at 30FPS. Even with lighting set to low, I'm still sceptical that it can reach 40FPS at average especially at 1080P.

Remember that those benchmarks were running indoor and not outdoor. Otherwise, it would be much more lower than what we expected. By the way, I'm referring to the recent Kaveri's demo.
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