AMD A10-5800K 'Black Edition' Trinity APU - AMD Takes HSA to Newer Heights

Launch SRP: S$169

Results - Futuremark PCMark Vantage

Futuremark PCMark Vantage Results

The old PCMark Vantage benchmark measures the system’s performance across a wide variety of common tasks such as photo viewing, photo editing, video, music and productivity, making it a useful gauge of a CPU’s performance. The A10-5800K managed to pulled ahead of the Core i3-3220 processor by 11.5%, losing out only to the higher-end Ivy Bridge CPU and Sandy Bridge processors. However, the Trinity desktop APU fared the worst in the Memories Suite test. This might be a reason why the A10 didn't really shine in some of the other tests we've lined up over the next few pages.

8.0
Performance
7.5
Features
8.5
Value
8.5
The Good
Excellent SoC solution for mainstream users
Ideal for HTPC and compact desktops
Affordable GPU boost with Dual Graphics
Low power consumption
Multi-monitor gaming capable
Good value
The Bad
Poor compute performance in some tests
Doesn't perform better than Llano all the time
Dual Graphics doesn't work with 7000 series GPUs
No FM1 socket support