AMD Llano A8-3870K Review


Published by Marc Büchel on 01.02.12
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With their Llano APUs, AMD has some very interesting processors in their portfolio. The A8-3870K is the direct successor of the A8-3850. The "K" at the end of the name indicates that this processor comes with an open multiplyer. This means that this part should be lots of fun for overclocking.




How AMDs recent 3870K CPU performs in our benchmarking parcours, that's what we're going to show you on the following pages. Furhtermore we'll also take a closer look at the specifications and features of this CPU.



Page 1 - Introduction Page 9 - SuperPi / WPrime
Page 2 - Specifications Page 10 - WinRar
Page 3 - The Llano APU Page 11 - Crysis
Page 4 - Test Setup Page 12 - Resident Evil 5
Page 5 - Futuremark Page 13 - Street Fighter 4
Page 6 - Cinebench Page 14 - Power consumption
Page 7 - SiSoft Sandra 1 Page 15 - Overclocking
Page 8 - SiSoft Sandra 2 Page 16 - Conclusion


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