I sure didn’t see this one coming, the A10 5800K was launched not too long ago, my review article for the A10 5800K was published in March.
The A10 6800K (Richland) takes off from where the A10 5800K (Trinity) left. Is it good?
Let’s move on to the good bits.
|Processor||AMD A10 6800K|
|RAM||Avexir Core Series 8GB DDR3-1600|
|Monitor||40″ LCD TV|
|Power Supply||Cooler Master GX 750W|
|Casing||Cooler Master N200|
|Operating System||Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit|
|Driver||AMD Catalyst 13.4|
Below are the details of the CPU and IGP
Note : The base speed is 4.1ghz. 4.4 GHz is the max turbo speed.
I even managed to push it to 5ghz on stock cooler, capable of web browsing and game downloads but it wasn’t fit for tough work.
In the end, I got it to run stable at 4.8ghz even with stock cooler. Pretty cool in terms of clock figures. Performance wise? Mehhh, you’ll see later.