This is not a new processor BUT it’s my favorite AMD FX range processor to date and I thought it deserves a highlight.
The Processor Benchmarks
Canon Digital Photo Professional
Converting 16 18 megapixel RAW file (CR2 format) into JPG format.
|AMD FX-8350||123 seconds|
|AMD FX-8350 (4.4ghz OC)||115 seconds|
|AMD FX-9590||108 seconds|
|AMD Phenom II X6 1100T||153 seconds|
x264 – 10bit to 8bit Video Conversion
The source video is a 720p MKV file that is 90 seconds in duration. x264 settings at the slowest.
|AMD FX-8350||188 seconds|
|AMD FX-8350 (4.4ghz OC)||173 seconds|
|AMD FX-9590||165 seconds|
|AMD Phenom II X6 1100T||261 seconds|
|AMD FX-8350 (4.4ghz OC)||7.56|
Speed of archiving some almost 1GB worth of CR2 and MOV file.
|AMD FX-8350||57 seconds|
|AMD FX-8350 (4.4ghz OC)||49 seconds|
|AMD FX-9590||46 seconds|
The FX-8350 only registered 56c on load while the newer generation ones like FX-9590 peaked at 73c on load even with the CM Seidon 120M.
Overclocking was a breeze, pushing it to 4.4Ghz
The 125w octa-core processor retails at around RM 680, one of the best deal you can get from AMD’s FX range of processor.
With a little overclocking, you cam get it to perform very closely to the FX-9590 processor that is retailing at nearly RM 1300.
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