Llano APU Smashed New IGP World Records With Gigabyte A75M-UD2H

Lately radeonfanboy,a net-friend from TweakTown forum exposed his Llano APU test result,the APU smashed new IGP world records with Gigabyte A75M-UD2H.

The tested APU was AMD A8-3850,the APU clocks at 2.9GHz,integrates Radeon HD 6550D graphics core with 400 stream processors,features core frequency of 600MHz and Socket FM1 as well as supports dual-channel DDR3-1866 memory.

In addition,the motherboard used in the test was Gigabyte A75M-UD2H,the mobo features Micro-ATX design,employs two PCI-E x16 slots,SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 ports,etc.It also boasts HDMI,DisplayPort,VGA and DVI connectors.

The test was conducted around 3DMark 06,3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 11,mainly for testing APU graphics performance.As the test results showed,the scorings of A8-3850 were 7650/P4400/P1148 for 3DMark 06/3DMark Vantage/3DMark 11,respectively.

Surely,the overclocking test was indispensable,when voltage was added to 1.52V,A8-3850 was overclocked to 3.77GHz(145*26MHz),graphics core frequency was improved to 870MHz.On the basis of these conditions,there featured great improvement for three 3DMark scorings,the scorings of A8-3850 were 10492/P6160/P1591 for 3DMark 06/3DMark Vantage/3DMark 11,separately.We can get to know that the low-end discrete graphics platform is completely defeated.

5 Responses to “Llano APU Smashed New IGP World Records With Gigabyte A75M-UD2H”

  1. Von Says:

    very nice this is more like it :)

  2. bonusso3 Says:

    Wow, rly nice :) My 9600GT has the same result in 3DM 06 ^^

  3. Bob Says:

    Very nice work AMD! Great way to show Intel their poor performance that they market as fast.

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