AMD A10-5700 Trinity Desktop APU - Going Back for Seconds

Launch SRP: S$136

Results - Futuremark PCMark Vantage

Futuremark PCMark Vantage Results

To measure the system's performance across a wide variety of common tasks such as photo viewing, photo editing, video, music and productivity, we made use of our trusty PCMark Vantage benchmark to gauge the performance of a processor. For the benchmark's overall score, the AMD A10-5700 trailed behind the A10-5800K by a margin of 8%; as a whole, the Trinity APUs performed at a higher par than their main competitor, the Intel Core i3-3220, by pulling ahead with margins in the range of 3.2- to 11.5%. An anomaly is observed in the Memories Suite results, as the A10-5700 pulled ahead of the A10-5800K by a margin of about 4%.

8.0
Performance
7.5
Features
8
Value
8.5
The Good
Ideal top-tier Trinity APU for non-overclockers
Great for HTPC and compact desktops
Multi-monitor gaming capable
Low power consumption
Affordable
The Bad
Needs new Socket FM2 motherboards
Poor compute performance in some tests
Doesn't perform better than Llano all the time
Limited overclocking capabilities