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AMD Kaveri APU A10-7850k Engineering Sample Spotted and Benchmarked

It looks like another engineering sample of an AMD Kaveri APU has been spotted. This time it is the A10-7850K. Not only that the APU has been benchmarked in Cinebench!

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The Kaveri A10-7850K is AMD’s flagship part and has a quad core design with a frequency of 3.7 GHz, and a dynamic frequency of 4GHz. The GPU on the APU has 512 GCN cores and a frequency of 720 MHz.

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According to the test results below there is a 20% increase in the CPU section and 30% increase in the GPU section.

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Talking about promotional tactics, what better way would there be for the marketing of the graphics processing competence of the processor than teaming it up with a powerful GPU intensive game of the year. AMD has been very clever to launch the Battlefield 4 Edition packages of the Kaveri APUs and these packages will give you the Origin keys to Battlefield 4 obviously at higher premiums than normal PIB packages. This is kind of similar to what AMD did with its Radeon R9 290 series.

These Battlefield 4 SKUs are going to come along with two APU models; namely the A10-7850K, and A10-7700K. These two together are going to meet up with the system requirements of the game which is going to work on the resolutions of up to HD+ (1600 x 900 pixels).

Source: Hermitage Akhiabra | News Archive

  • computaquark

    i am a bit confused by the cpu only showing as being 848 MHz.

  • Neil Mathieson

    CPU’s speeds ramp up and down according to the load being applied at the time. It has to do with power saving features.
    The screenshot was taken at a time when the load was not high.

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