AMD A10-7890K review. The AMD A10-7890K adopts the Godavari core that is produced using 28nm technology and packs four CPU cores of the steamroller architecture. AMD A10-7890K benchmark machine had these specs: ASUS A88X-PRO (UEFI: 2502) motherboard, DDR3-2133 8GB × 2 (11-13-13-35,1.65V) RAM, Intel SSD 510 120GB SSD, 1GB allocation of video memory, KRPW-TI500W / 94 + (500W / 80PLUS TITANIUM) professional power supply, Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12 graphics driver and Windows 10 Pro 64bit operating system.
Its CPU is clocked at 4.1GHz and the turbo core can run at 4.3GHz with base GPU clock at 866MHz. In addition, it is equipped with 4MB L2 cache, DDR3-2133, dual-channel support memory controller and a 16-lane PCI Express 3.0. It has TDP of 95 watts. It also has integrated Radeon R7 GPU that has 512 groups (64 groups × 8GPU CU). The package comes with a genuine Wraith Cooler that is quieter and cooler than the ones in previous generations. That said when it comes to AMD A10-7890K benchmarks, there is not much performance difference between 7890K and 7870K.
Same goes for the GPU benchmarks where the performance difference is less than 1 percent but the biggest attraction for the A10-7890K, rather than the improvement of performance, would be the presence of a Wraith Cooler, which is shipped as genuine CPU cooler.
March 11, 2016
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