Ashes of the Singularity
The new Ashes of the Singularity CPU benchmark absolutely hammers CPUs and it’s able to thoroughly test multi-core performance. While this is an extreme benchmark, the results are fascinating and help us to distinguish between various tiers of processors. At stock values, the AMD X4-845 just edges the A10-7850K although both products struggle to complete the strenuous benchmark. Even though the overclocking headroom is small, a boost in performance can be seen.
The CPU at its stock configuration is capable of outputting very good Cinebench scores and easily defeats the G3200 in multi-threaded benchmarking. On another note, the performance is remarkably similar to the A10-7850K. Overclocking the X4-845 enhances the both the single-threaded and multi-threaded performance rather well.
When transcoding a large 4K video file, the AMD X4-845 completed the task in a relatively impressive time considering its target audience. Saying that, it was slower than the A10-7850K when using its base frequency. Thankfully, overclocking helps matters and allows the CPU to fare better compared to the competition.
The AMD X4-845 does remarkably well throughout the WPrime benchmark and the calculation time is much quicker than the A10-7850K. As you can see, overclocking extends this lead even further and it’s another strong showing.
Sadly, the processor doesn’t handle WinRAR compression very well and posts disappointing numbers.
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