Gigabyte F2A85XM-D3H Review

AIDA64

Gigabyte F2A85XM-D3H Review

AIDA64

Demonstrating how much performance is available the D3H demolishes the AMD A4, and both the cryptography and compression tests are miles better than anything else. Only in the PhotoWorxx and CPU Queen tests are the results close, although it's by no means lagging behind.

Memory bandwidth has been a weak point in the AMD armoury for as long as we can remember. Although the D3H isn't capable of matching the Intel offerings we'd never expect it to be. The big factor is how superior it is to the previous generation of AMD chipsets and processors. A great start.

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Most Recent Comments

31-03-2013, 08:44:13

FTLN
What an ugly pcb !!!Quote

31-03-2013, 10:47:49

TCates90
I think it's good to see an AMD setup performing closer to Intel. True you might not be able to get the neatest of setups, but it might be good for someone new to gaming and custom PCs.Quote

31-03-2013, 11:35:41

alienware
I long for the day that an APU has something like a 7850 aboard.

Nice to see AMD doing what they're becoming good at ; providing cheaper stuff that's capable of bits and bobs.

Also nice to see a review of something more mainstream so cheers guys !Quote

31-03-2013, 15:56:53

Robi_G
right angled SATA cables would neaten it up a bit. But who has a windowed case at that price point?
The lack of VGA out might put some users off though, lots of budget monitors still have them.Quote

31-03-2013, 19:04:36

murphy7801
Im being thinking about a fm2 set up for under my tv. Might wait till next AMD APU which supposed to be couple months. It has pcie-3Quote
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