Since the Core i5-2450M isn’t capable of DirectX 11, we’re forced to shift down to 3DMark Vantage:
In this older metric, we see the A10-4600M soundly beating its competition, including the discrete Radeon HD 6630M. The Core i5-2450M’s integrated graphics takes a distant last-place finish, though its processing cores still appear superior.
Again, we aren’t able to include the Core i5-2450M in our 3DMark 11 results, since the test requires DirectX 11 support. Nevertheless, we’d like to see how Llano fares against Trinity. As expected, the A8-3500M’s integrated 6620G is left in the dust, and the A10-4600M’s on-die Radeon HD 7660G even bests the discrete 6630M.
- AMD’s Next APU: Trinity
- The CPU Side: An All-New Piledriver Core
- The GPU Side: VLIW4 > VLIW5
- All Together Now: The Trinity APU
- Products And Platforms
- Test Setup And Benchmarks
- Graphics Benchmarks: 3DMark
- Benchmark Results: DiRT 3
- Benchmark Results: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- Benchmark Results: Crysis 2
- Benchmark Results: Metro 2033
- CPU Benchmarks: PCMark And Sandra 2012
- CPU Benchmarks: Productivity
- CPU Benchmarks: Content Creation
- CPU Benchmarks: Media Encoding
- APU Enhanced Software And The User Experience
- Power Consumption
- Tripling Your Pleasure With Trinity?