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AMD Quad Core A10-Series APU for Desktops A10-6800K with Radeon HD 8670D (AD680KWOHLBOX)

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  • Model: Quad-Core AMD A-Series APU Processor Model A10-6800K
  • Core Count: 4
  • Frequency: 4.1 GHz
  • L2 Cache: 4 MB
  • Socket: Socket FM2
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CPU Model Speed 4.1 GHz 3.5 GHz 3.7 GHz 3.4 GHz
Processor Count 4 6 4 4
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 5 x 7.1 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CPLGGXM
  • Item model number: AD680KWOHLBOX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 4, 2013

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AMD A10-6800K Quad-Core APU Processor 4.1GHz Socket FM2, Retail (Black Edition)

Customer Reviews

Works flawlessly and FAST!
Michael J. Weaver
Good for budget builds where you are 100% for sure not going to be using a dedicated graphics / video card (GPU).
Phil Winkel
Overall, it is the best bang for the buck around unless you are a power maven.
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By bender on August 8, 2013
For the unaware, AMD and Intel chips are not directly comparable. AMD has 2 integer units per module that share resources. For AMD, 4 cores = 4 threads. For Intel, 4 hyperthreaded cores = 8 threads. Intel's parts have the advantage in efficiency and performance here, but saying that this CPU only has 2 cores is hogwash. So if anyone tries to sell you that line, especially intel fanboys that leave nasty, 1 star reviews on amazon, tell them to screw off.

This thing is not slower than any i3 (this point is arguable for single threaded performance). There isn't an i3 that runs faster than 3.5 ghz that I know of. This runs at 4.4 ghz and has 4 cores. Intel's IPC is generally greater than AMD's so we're not really comparing apples to apples. It's more like we're comparing 2 peaches to 4 plums.

It does use a lot more power, though it's power consumption is impressively low during idle. I think AMD could improve on this point, but it's not going to run up your electricity bill. And (un)fortunately, you can't use it to heat your house. The 6800k can use up to 100 watts where the top i3 will use up to 55 watts. That's not to say that the 6800k will always run at 100 watts and the i3 always runs at 55 watts. The 6800k actually draws less power at idle than an i3 I believe.

The iGPU is decent. It's not meant for performance gaming. It's meant for entry level gaming. It beats the i7 4770's hd 4600 iGPU. The iris pro 5200 could trump the 6800k's hd 8670d, but I don't believe you can actually buy a processor with iris pro graphics. I'm pretty sure they have to be soldered to the motherboard and I'm pretty sure they have a hefty price tag.

This thing has a place. It might not be in high-end gaming.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Joel Guzman on October 1, 2013
I built the system as follows:

AMD A10-6800K
G.Skill RipJawZ 8GB at 2400mhz
500GB HDD
Asus A85X V-Pro
Logisys 575W PSU
Diablotek Predator Gaming Case
AM3+ Stock Air Cooler 140w TDP

1st things 1st, for those not being able to install iGPU video drivers update your motherboard's bios to fully support this CPU, it will most likely support the CPU alone (not the iGPU) by default but it will probably not find the iGPU(that's what we want it to find! :D). Ok now that we got that out of the table let's continue with my review.

After i built the system, installed windows blah blah blah, i got to be honest i play games. I have another system with an old PhenomII X4 965BE OC'ed to 4GHz and a XFX HD7970 GHz Edition so yeah im used to a high end'ish kind of performance, now after installing everything needed, with my stock air cooler i saw i had no headroom for overclocking at all (Note: It's about 32*C degree average in my country) so the CPU gets pretty hot, i then went to bios to underclock and undervolt it to 3.8GHz and 800MHz (to protect my CPU) while i got my custom air cooler well it happens to be i had an old am3+ cooler laying around and i just had to try it, to my luck CPU temps went down 10*C degree on the CPU side and on the iGPU it went down 12*C degree. If you have an AM3+ Cooler put it in! it also allowed me to leave the CPU at 4.4GHz and the iGPU at 900MHz permanently without the AMD PowerNow! feature.

Now performance wise, CPU performs well compared to my other daily use CPU the P2X4 browsing, watching videos, etc etc. The Phenom is slightly faster in other applications than the 6800k, while the 6800k beats the P2X4 in others ofc.
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32 of 41 people found the following review helpful By MOAR COARS on June 16, 2013
I previously had a 5800K in my HTCP and I was more than satisfied with its performance but now I have the 6800K in my HTPC that I use to watch movies and do some light gaming and it works like charm. It handles everything I throw at it without a hassle. Since the 6800K supports memory speeds of 2133Mhz, system memory speeds are important because both the CPU and GPU share the same memory interface and this is very improvement if you are a gamer because it can boost your FPS quiet a lot. I noticed a smoothness when playing games coming from the 5800K that ran at 1600Mhz.

The stock frequency of the CPU is 4.1Ghz (1.4 volts) but it has a nice turbo of 4.4Ghz which is great. And the stock frequency of the GPU is 844Mhz (1.25 volts). The stock settings are more than enough to handle anything but I have mine overclocked to 4.8Ghz and it flies. It runs relatively cool with the stock cooler without needing to upgrade to an aftermarket cooler. I even tried overclocking it to 5Ghz using my CM212+ using 1.51volts but it generated a lot of heat so I went down to 4.8Ghz. I also overclocked the GPU to 1020Mhz from stock 844Mhz using around 1.34 volts and games are much more smoother now.

The motherboard that I am using to overclock my 6800K to 4.8Ghz is the Asus A85X F2A85-V PRO which is the best motherboard you can get for FM2 socket. The Asus A85X F2A85-V PRO has 8 phase VRMs which makes it awesome to overclock and it can handle a ton of volts without a problem. I have seen some people push the 6800K up to 5.3Ghz using this board with around 1.58 volts which is incredible if you ask me. I highly recommend getting the Asus A85X F2A85-V PRO if you want the best FM2 socket motherboard.
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