AMD A8-6410 Lower-Mid-Range CPU


AMD A8-6410

The AMD A8-6410 is a lower-mid range notebook processor, sitting in benchmark results right below the more popular Intel Core i3 U-series. The A8-6410 has four cores instead of two on the i3, but due to Intel’s better CPU architecture, there’s no significant advantage in comparison to their dual-core contenter.

AMD A8-6410 Benchmark

On the positive side, AMD processors are traditionally cheaper than their Intel counterparts, and the A8-6410 is no exception. You can find it in notebooks for only about $350 and up. These laptops are completely suitable for the home and office tasks of the average user. In most real-world use scenarios, there’s no noticable performance difference between the A8 and i3.

Both chips consume 15 Watts of power.

The A8 processor has Radeon R5 integrated graphics, with similar performance to the Intel HD 4400 and 5500 found on the Intel Core series.

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Processor Name

AMD A8-6410

CPU Family

AMD A-Series “Beema”

Number of Cores

Quad-Core

CPU Clock Speed

2-2.4GHz

Cache Size

2MB

Memory Support

DDR3 1333MHz, DDR3 1600MHz

Integrated Graphics

AMD Radeon R5 Series

Power Consumption

15W

Production Technology

28-nanometer

Technologies

AMD Turbo Core, VT-d Virtualization, VT-x Virtualization

Typical Use

Affordable Laptops & 2-in-1 PCs, Mainstream Laptops & 2-in-1 PCs

PassMark CPU Test Score

2500

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