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    Default Re: AMD Trinity A10-5800K Review

    Good to see AMD getting back in the hunt, can't wait to see how Piledriver does as I really like the reviews I've seen for Trinity. Perhaps a new CPU will be coming home to roost in my system.

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    Default Re: AMD Trinity A10-5800K Review

    Good review Jim, as usual.
    We see an improvement in the APU series chips, but have to buy into a new socket FM2 to enjoy them.
    Will this APU be tested with other brands of mainboards?
    I wonder if brand will make any difference in performance?

    This is something that I can afford, and has decent performance too.
    I'll probably buy into this platform within the next few months.

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    Default Re: AMD Trinity A10-5800K Review

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Good review Jim, as usual.
    We see an improvement in the APU series chips, but have to buy into a new socket FM2 to enjoy them.
    Will this APU be tested with other brands of mainboards?
    I wonder if brand will make any difference in performance?

    This is something that I can afford, and has decent performance too.
    I'll probably buy into this platform within the next few months.
    Pair this chip up with your 2 x 7770's and you'll have a kick butt rig on the cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Pair this chip up with your 2 x 7770's and you'll have a kick butt rig on the cheap.
    I'm thinking that. But I want to wait for more mainboards to surface before I do.
    None of the ones sold today have true X16 by X16 crossfire capabilities. (before you reply Jim, I know it's not necessary)
    So I'll wait and see how they develop first.

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    Default Re: AMD Trinity A10-5800K Review

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I'm thinking that. But I want to wait for more mainboards to surface before I do.
    None of the ones sold today have true X16 by X16 crossfire capabilities. (before you reply Jim, I know it's not necessary)
    So I'll wait and see how they develop first.
    I've learned the hard way that it's not smart to pull the trigger too soon on new hardware. Best to wait for everything to mature and let prices come down a little first. It will be a sweet build when the time comes though.
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    Default Re: AMD Trinity A10-5800K Review

    great reviw jim rhanks

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