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AMD A10-6700 Richland Quad-Core 3.7GHz Socket FM2 65W Desktop Processor AMD Radeon HD AD6700OKHLBOX

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The AMD A-Series APUs - Made for Combat. Ready for War.
With the combined power of premium graphics and multi-core CPU technology, you’ll blast through even the most demanding apps to lead your team to victory.


A10 - Quad-core Accelerated Processor at 4.4GHz
  • Tear through everyday applications with AMD Turbo Core 3.0 technology.1
  • Even the odds with up to twice the graphics performance with AMD Radeon™ Dual Graphics Technology.2,3
  • Blaze through games and apps with up to 4.4GHz of blistering speed.
Watch the Battle Unfold...

AMD APU Advantage (AAA)
AMD – The Leader in APU Technology
*Percentage estimated by AMD based on relative portion of the GPU to the entire die
AMD APU’s are About Compute: AMD has over 700 GFLOPS and Shines in Computing Applications
APU Gaming Advantage

Additional hardware (e.g., Blu-ray drive, USB 3.0, HD or 10-bit monitor, TV tuner, wirelessly enabled HDTV) and/or software (e.g., multimedia applications) are required for the full enablement of some features. HD Video display requires an HD video source. Not all features may be supported on all components or systems—check with your component or system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies.

1 AMD Turbo Core technology is available only with select AMD A-Series accelerated processing units.

2 Tests conducted at AMD using Far Cry 3 mission quicklaunch jas_150_main at 1920x1080, medium preset. The AMD A10-6800K APU with Radeon™ HD 8670D graphics used a AMD Radeon(tm) HD 6570 discrete graphics card, 2x2G DDR-2133 RAM, Windows® 8 64-bit, Catalyst 13.10 Beta 4. With just discrete graphics enabled, the system scored 17.596 FPS. With Dual Graphics enabled, the system scored 35.113 FPS. RID-12

3 AMD Radeon™ Dual Graphics requires one of select AMD A-Series APUs plus one of select AMD Radeon™ discrete graphics cards and is available on Windows® 7 and/or Windows 8 OS. Linux OS supports manual switching which requires restart of X-Server to engage and/or disengage the discrete graphics processor for dual graphics capabilities. With AMD Radeon™ Dual Graphics, full enablement of all discrete graphics video and display features may not be supported on all systems and may depend on the master device to which the display is connected. Check with your component or system manufacturer for specific mode capabilities and supported technologies.

4 3DMark Fire Strike physics data as of May 24, 2013. Basemark CL v.1.0.1 as of May 24, 2013, PCMark 8 RC used for informational purposes – no data AMD A10-6800K with AMD Radeon™ HD 8670D Graphics, 2x4 GB DDR3-2133, A85X, 1TB 7200 rpm HD, Windows 8 64bit. Driver 13.101 which scored 57.4, and 1104

Intel Core i5-4670K or Intel Core i5-4430 with HD 4600, 2x4 GB DDR3-1600, Z87, 1TB 7200 rpm HD, Windows 8 64bit. Driver to score 50, 808 and 41.1, 756 respectively. Intel Core i5-3450 with HD 2500, 2x4 GB DDR3-1600, Z77, 1TB 7200rpm HD, Windows 8 64bit. Driver

Theoretical GFLOPs calculated by AMD as 779 for AMD A10-6800K with AMD Radeon™ HD 8670D Graphics. GFLOPS = CPU GFLOPS + GPU GFLOPS= CPU Core Freq (4.1 Ghz) x Core count (4) x 8 + GPU Core Freq (844 MHz) x Radeon Core (384) x 2

5 AMD A10-6800K with AMD Radeon™ HD 8670D Graphics, 2x4 GB DDR3-2133 (or as stated), A85X, 1TB 7200 rpm HD, Windows 8 64bit. Driver 13.101. Dual graphics score tested with same platform using a AMD Radeon™ HD 6570 card as the primary and dual graphics, enabled and disabled.

Intel Core i5-4670K with HD 4600 graphics, 2x4 GB DDR3-1600, Z87, 1TB 7200 rpm HD, Windows 8 64bit. Driver

Intel Core i5-4670K with NV GT630 2GB DDR3, 2x4 GB DDR3-1600, Z87, 1TB 7200 rpm HD, Windows 8 64bit. Driver 314.22

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon as of May 23, 2013, tested at 1080P med settings, low post processing with FRAPs at the missn_070_main map. Bioshock Infinite benchmark used at 1080P low settings. Pirates 101 set to 5760x1080p, max settings using FRAPS to record first 5 mins sequence.Tomb Raider benchmark tested using normal settings and post processing disabled, from May 24, 2013.

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  • Keith P.
  • 11/22/2014 4:59:06 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOutstanding

Pros: Integrated graphics. No need for a seperate video card.
Runs cool and quiet with stock heatsink and fan. No need for aftermarket cooler.

Cons: It's not free.

Other Thoughts: The A10-6700 is being used in a HTPC. Even running a high action movie like Total Recall (2012) according to CPUID HWMonitor Pro the CPU never gets over 120 degrees. Idle it stays about 90 degrees. I'm quite happy I chose AMD over Intel.
Asrock FM2A88X-ITX+
AMD A10-6700
Gskill Ripjaws F3128000CL9D-4GBRL x2
Corsair 500W Modular PS
LG Super Multi DVD player

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/15/2014 6:15:18 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsLOVE THIS PROCESSER

Pros: Can handle most games, has mostly everything I need

Cons: Gets a little hot

Other Thoughts: Love this processor, but would like to have a newer one or even an fx series for an upcoming build

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  • DeafCom4
  • 9/8/2014 8:11:14 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice affordable

Pros: Upgraded to this A-10 from an A-6 to run high end games and it made a huge difference.

Cons: Got a little hot which started locking up. Added 2 case fans and all is good.

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  • Alfas M.
  • 6/18/2014 7:10:07 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood CPU bad Heatsink - Poor Shipping

Pros: CPU and GPU is fast.
Cost-effective for some light to medium gaming and high-end web browsing with some excellent speed.

Cons: Heatsink is small and light. 55ºC = 131.00ºF with it.

I installed an old heatsink from an AMD Phenomenon and it was down to 35ºC.

Shipped without any padding or airbags, not happy about that at all since the box was crushed on one end.

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  • Jay C.
  • 5/23/2014 7:44:54 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsLow power, good performance

Pros: I like the low power. To go up to the A10-6800 model, gets you 0.3GHz faster, like a 10% bump, for a massive power hit (65 up to 100Watts). You wouldn't notice an additional 10% faster processor easily.

I built this system to upgradt the aging XP for4 my wife.

An Asus F2A85-V PRO board, Samsung SSD, 128G 840 Pro, 8 Gig RAM, Crucial.
Loaded Win 7 Pro, a very snappy system. I reused the case, power supply an data drives (2 1TB WD drives).

The WEI was 6.9 out of a possible 7.9, dominated in Microsofts scoring system by the lowest number, which was graphics and gaming, both with 6.9/7.9.

I don't game much (chess counts against the computer-right?), but the processor score of 7.3/7.9, RAM of 7.4/7.9, and disk scoring 7.9/7.9 make for a very quick system.
Yet the low power lets my one 120mm case fan and big cooler on the cpu turn slowly - the result, a nearly silent system. At idle, we're talking 38W. 50W multitasking browsing, mp3s playing, converting, light work load.

Cons: graphics could be higher performance, but if you want that you can add a video card.
There are new versions out with faster video, but all have higher power ratings 95-100W. Not worth it for me.

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  • Carl T.
  • 2/20/2014 7:55:39 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsResearch what you are looking at

Pros: Fast, average built in graphics.
4.3 ghz is really pretty darn fast.
4mb cache

Cons: The integrated graphics are perfect for home entertainment but not gaming. They will run most games but not much higher than medium or low graphics.
Mine Rarely passes 4.18 ghz for more than a second.
This is not equateable to an i5 just because it has 4 cores with high frequencies.

Other Thoughts: I bought a desktop with this processor thinking I was getting a very cheap gaming pc. Wow I was rather embarrassed with myself. I have essentially recycled most of the pieces from that pc (including the processor) in the new build with a discrete card.

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  • Douglas S.
  • 12/2/2013 2:02:18 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat chip - excellent video

Pros: It’s a great CPU/GPU because it does exactly what AMD says it will do. It runs very cool with low power consumption. The higher price is justified in a 65 watt chip. Great performance at a reasonable price. What more could you ask for? Someone below mentioned their i7. Sure, the least expensive i7 is $290, then go buy a video card too because nobody likes Intel video. I really like Intel as well, just not the premium price.

Cons: None that come to mind.

Other Thoughts: I always read the negative reviews first. I really don’t get many of them. If you are savvy enough to build a PC or read reviews you already know the heat sink from (take your pick here) the manufacturer is junk. I bought a Noctua NH-L12 cooler which is a bit over the top. But with a 65 watt CPU you can dial down the fan speed and it’s silent. I also see complaints about BIOS incompatibility, or memory speed problems, which are the motherboards fault not the CPU. Do better research first. It always seems how many people giving bad reviews consistently get bad parts, one after the other. I’ve been building PC since the mid 1980’s. I have never had a defective CPU, motherboard, video card, or hard disk. Two bad power supplies. Not bad for nearly thirty years.

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  • Chris H.
  • 11/28/2013 6:44:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat for Mini-ITX build

Pros: Low power, fits well, used in Antec ISK 150 mini-ITX build.

Cons: stock cooler is a bit weak, replaced with Noctua and am very happy with that. Would be great to see a bundle with this CPU, Noctua cooler, and RAM.

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  • Daniel J.
  • 11/9/2013 8:11:44 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPleasantly Surprised - Great Value

Pros: Power to Price Ratio is decent.
Cool and efficient for light to medium gaming.
Only 65W.
Should only get more affordable in future.

Cons: More expensive than the faster A10-6800, but that is most likely due to this being more power conscious. It is more of a niche product, so that is to be expected.

Other Thoughts: If you went with the 6700 instead of the 6800, then you should know this is not meant for OCing and you'll want to build your rig accordingly.

I came from a Phenom 965 Quad Core and a 6850 graphics card. I find this to be snappier with general computing processes than the Phenom and respectable in gaming. The 6850 has more power than the APUs graphical power, but not by much. I found myself only playing MOBAs and my MUD (yay for Text!) so I did not need a stand alone graphics card. I can play as well as I did on my 3 year old gaming rig with MOBAs at 1080p. Very pleased.

It's also nice to know that in the future, if I do get into some graphically intensive games, I can just pop in a 7850 or so and play at exceptional FPS. I wouldn't put a Titan with an APU, as the APU will bottleneck an amazing GPU like that, but for light gaming you can run perfect with no graphics card, and middle of the road to close to high end graphics cards won't get bottlenecked if you add something on later.

I wouldn't recommend picking up something to CrossFire with the APU, as you can spend a few more dollars and get a very capable GPU that will outclass the APU + GPU combo on Richland. Maybe Kaveri will be a different story?

My Build

MSI FM2-A75IA-E53 Motherboard
AMD A10-6700 APU
AMD Radeon 1866 RAM
Kingston HyperX 120GB SSD
Zalman CNSP5X Heatsink & Fan
Corsair CX430M Power Supply
Bitfenix Prodigy Case - Orange

Very quiet. Very efficient. Very economical. Very pleased.

I doubt I will be using my old rig because I just like this quick and quiet nimble thing. For only a couple hundred bucks, you can't go wrong with a build like this unless you're looking for extreme power.

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  • Daniel B.
  • 10/29/2013 8:35:53 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggslittle engine that could

Pros: This is the one you want if you are on a budget, need a new rig and love to game. Integrated Graphics on apu is good enough for 60fps far-cry 3 on lowest settings, and on a game that gpu heavy it's still pretty amassing looking. plays almost anything from 2011 and older on 1080p perfectly at highest setting no-prob.

Cons: cant think of one

Other Thoughts: If you are trying to decide between this and a 6800k , ask yourself this question, "Am I actually gona overclock?" If the answer is no, chose this one. The heat index is pretty massive between the 2 and the lower heat means you can slow down the stock fan quite a bit, keeping it running rather quiet.

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