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AMD A10-7850K APU Quad Core Socket FM2+ Processor W/RADEON R7
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The AMD A10-7850K is presumably the flagship Kaveri APU for 2014 which would replace the Richland A10-6800K APU. The A10-7850K has four Steamroller cores and 512 GCN stream processors which bring its performance on a level equivalent to the Radeon HD 7750 in terms of graphics performance. The A10-7850K has a max compute of 856 GFLops which is impressive yet slightly lower than the 1 TFLops class APU AMD mentioned a few months back

The clock speed of the APU is maintained at 3.7 GHz which is presumably the base clock while Turbo clock would push the speeds beyond 4 GHz barrier. The GPU which is positioned in the R7 series is clocked at 720 MHz while the APU itself has 4 MB of L2 cache. AMD A10-7850K will support both Mantle API, DirectX 11.2 and OpenGL 4.3 and the possibility of it ending up as a Dual GPU solution with the AMD Radeon R7 260X remains very high and if it happens, then it would mean a very price to performance minded platform for gamers and desktop users.

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I've got this paired with a Sata3 SSD, in a mini-ITX system with a GA-F2A88XN-WIFI. Initially ran with a 350W PSU (later moved up to a 600W PSU and a slightly larger case).

The heatsink/fan is somewhat of an issue for mini-ITX cases due to poor clearance, and frankly it's a little disappointing in general as the heatsink doesn't fully cover the full surface area of the APU. I've switched to an older Gedlid "Slim Silence A-Plus" heatsink to get more clearance. Thankfully compatibility with fans/heatsinks goes quite far back with AMD. (Read More)

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