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|Radeon||Radeon™ R7 graphics||Radeon™ R5 graphics|
(4 CPU + 8GPU)
(4 CPU + 6GPU)
(2 CPU + GPU)
|CPU Clock||4.0/3.7||3.9/3.5||3.8/3.4||3.8 GHz/3.1||3.9/3.5|
|GPU Clock||720 MHz||756 MHz|
|TDP||95 W||65 W/45 W||95 W||65 W/45 W||65 W/45 W|
|L2 Cache||4 MB||1 MB|
|Display||HDMI 1.4a, Display Port 1.2, DVI|
From Hardware BBQ:
When it comes to low-end gaming, AMD A10 7800 does a pretty decent job. In comparison with the olderAMD A10 6800K and handful of tests with G3258– it manages to hold its position.The only advantage of an APU is an attached processing unit. If you slap a GPU in it with your newer build or sometime in the near future, that advantage is gone. But it also depends on the cost of the APU as well.
From Benchmark Reviews:
The A10-7800 includes the best integrated graphics cores yet seen on a CPU, and offers all of the latest GCN/Radeon/HSA features for less. Maybe it’s only suited for a narrow range of uses that enthusiasts wouldn’t necessarily be interested in, but perhaps we need to remember that the market range of uses for the A10-7800 is probably much larger – for those users, the A10-7800 can be a pretty compelling option.