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"While the A10-5800K is priced for $129.99 (Newegg), it certainly brings with it more value that similarly priced Intel processors in my opinion. The reason for this lies solely in the GPU. The CPU side of the house is pretty even, but slightly behind the competition. The GPU side, however, destroys the IGP on the i3-3220. Even though I didn't have an i7-3770K on hand to check against the Intel HD4000 graphics, from looking at the benchmarks, I can pretty definitely say that the A10-5800K graphics will far outperform the HD4000. Simply because of that superior graphics performance, I have to give the A10-5800K high value marks for the price."
"Overall, it’s a good APU that offers a good investment for anyone looking to buy from new, but I still feel its lacking slightly when comparing like for like against FM1 but it’s nice to see that the architecture has seen a boost and that AMD are constantly trying to improve all-round and that my friends, is innovation at its finest."
"There are those who understand the fundamentals of AMD’s APU push and those that don’t. When looking at the A10-5800K’s benchmark numbers without an open mind, you’ll likely see processor that lacks performance consistency which is paired up with some impressive graphics capabilities. However, there is much more to this equation than a strict separation of CPU and GPU tasks. In many ways Trinity is a step in the right direction and its architecture represents a giant leap ahead for the viability of a truly heterogeneous computing environment. We can’t wait to see what the next generation will bring."
"The AMD A10/A85X platform provides us with a nice mix of price, performance and features which allow users to build a low cost, quality system now and upgrade it with ease later."
"For it's price, the performance is right and can be competitive with Intel's i3-3225. Both are ideal solutions for an inexpensive media HTPC to light gaming rig. But in all honesty, the HD7660D turns it all in favour off the AMD A10 5800K, especially when utilising high RAM speeds, the performance is spot on with low end nVidia discrete graphics cards."