AMD FX-8350 Processor
Jan 29,2013 0 Comments
Firstly, we’ll compare the newer top AMD FX-8350 with the older top AMD FX-8150. As you see, they have similar specifications: four 32-nm modules with a large L3 cache, the same TDP and Turbo mode core/cache frequencies. However, the novelty’s base clock has increased by more than 10 percent, so we expect it to have a significant advantage in multi-threading tasks (as opposed to single-threading tasks, where only architecture improvements can help).
We have also thrown in an AMD A10-5800K. Though it belongs to a different class of processors, it has the same architecture and similar frequencies, so it’ll be interesting to compare the CPUs in few-threading tests. Moreover, if you’re satisfied with the overall price/performance ratio of the cheaper A10-5800K, you won’t have to look for a more expensive processor.
The fourth CPU, Phenom II X6 1100T, has outperformed the FX-8150 in some tests. Therefore, such a comparison with the today’s CPU looks interesting as well.
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