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Old March 22, 2013, 07:31 PM
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Running Time => 10m 39s
x264 FHD Benchmark => 13

PCMARK7 => 3644

Windows8 Experience Index - CPU 7.4

FM2 5800K clock after OC is much higher than FM1 3850.
As 5800K using dual module quad core structure, the clock and OC ability are improved a lot.
If we just look at performance in CINEBENCH, the CPU single and multiple threads numbers are as below.
FM2 5800K OC 4492MHz and i3-3220 default 3293MHz.
i3-3220 Single Core CPU is 26.2% higher, and 5800K multi-CPU is 14.5% higher.
FM2 5800K OC 4492MHz and FM1 3850 OC 3540MHz
3850 Single Core CPU is 14.8% higher and 5800K multi-CPU is 7.4% more.
As multi-tasking Fritz Chess Benchmark, these 3 CPUs performance is similar.
Itís up to your requirement to decide which one is more suitable for you.

2134.8 CL10 11-9-32
ADIA64 Memory Read - 12368 MB/s
Sandra Memory Bandwidth - 15474 MB/s
MaXXMEM Memory-Copy - 11136 MB/s

FM2 default clock can pull to 2133 which is higher than FM1 1866.
In ADIA64 Memory Read, the bandwidth increases 20%.
However, in Sandra and MaXXMEM, itís lower than FM1.
As new structure characteristic and bandwidth performance, you can decide by high clock or bandwidth.

3D Performance Test
Built-in AMD Radeon HD 7660D
3DMark Vantage => P6155

StreetFighter IV Benchmark
1920 X 1080 => 71.70 FPS

1920 X 1080 => 1245

Unigine Heaven Benchmark
1280 X 720 => 34.8 FPS

3DMark Vantage is 20% higher than previous Radeon HD 6550D with 3850.
StreetFighter IV Benchmark and FINAL FANTASY XIV performance is similar.
However, Unigine Heaven Benchmark test DX11, itís almost double the 3D performance.
5800K built-in AMD current most high end Radeon HD 7660D, the 3D performance is excellent.
This is the advantage of AMD APU platform. Itís designed for pull high built-in 3D performance for entry 3D demand users.

SATA3 Test
AS SSD Benchmark - 719
Seq Read - 524.01 MB/s Write - 270.50 MB/s
4K - 64Thrd Read - 214.89 MB/s Write - 194.63 MB/s

ATTO DISK Benchmark over 512KB test can reach 540.5 Mb/s read and 517.5 MB/s write.
SSD Benchmark TOTAL => 4020.13

Trinity APU latest A85X chipset supports 8 native SATA3 ports.
For users who own many HDD o SSD, the transfer rate is a key factor.
In the past, AMD SATA transfer rate is not as good as Intel. However, it improves step by step.
Form the test above, you can see overall read/write performance and 4K - 64Thrd are both in good level.
However, for 4K read/write performance is only 50~60% of Intel chipset. It must improve in the future.
Also as SSD Raid 0 Trim technology and performance, I hope AMD new chipset can catch up as well.
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