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    Ext User(Flasherly) Guest

    best DCA G-MPU

    AMD A4-5300 Trinity 3.4GHz

    for $50 entry level dualcore looks like a wiener

    MSI MB include XP drivers for thier FM2+ MBs - 6SATA/USB3/& eat DDR3.
    One slot for my most reverent ASUS XONAR soundboard.

    Weird, the thought of of no videochip, being included on the CPU die.

    http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...eils-trinity/1

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    Ext User(Paul) Guest

    Re: best DCA G-MPU

    Flasherly wrote:
    > AMD A4-5300 Trinity 3.4GHz
    >
    > for $50 entry level dualcore looks like a wiener
    >
    > MSI MB include XP drivers for thier FM2+ MBs - 6SATA/USB3/& eat DDR3.
    > One slot for my most reverent ASUS XONAR soundboard.
    >
    > Weird, the thought of of no videochip, being included on the CPU die.
    >
    > http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...eils-trinity/1


    No, all of them have internal GPU.

    A10-5800K 384 stream processors October 2, 2012
    A10-5700 384 stream processors
    A8-5600K 256
    A6-5400K 192 $70
    A4-5300 128 $55

    The name of the GPU portion is 7480D.

    AMD A4-5300 APU with AMD Radeon HD 7480D
    http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...ail.aspx?id=49

    Now, the information here leads me to suspect the 7480D
    GPU doesn't have dedicated movie decoder. So in fact the "wiener"
    as you put it, is the A6-5400K ($70). It's more likely to be
    feature complete. My assumption is, when they name the GPU
    section, the features remain intact from instance to instance.
    This isn't evidence the A4-5300 works that way, but you should
    do a bit more research before deciding the $55 one is the right one.
    The movie decoder appears as part of DXVA and it helps reduce the
    amount of CPU needed to play popular movie formats. Not all movie
    formats are accelerated, but some are.

    http://m.amd.com/us/salesguide/Docum...tures_2012.pdf

    The cooler the 5300 comes with is "aluminum block" type. No heatpipes
    or copper core. Some people are picky about these things. I would
    not expect the 5400K to be any different, because both 5400K and
    5300 are 65W class processors.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-A4-5300-...item2ec9e7bcf1

    Paul

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    Ext User(Flasherly) Guest

    Re: best DCA G-MPU

    On Tue, 24 Sep 2013 11:06:03 -0400, Paul <nospam@needed.com> wrote:

    >No, all of them have internal GPU.


    DCA = Dollar Cost Averaging: I was reducing the grab-bag to the first
    compulsory, GPU-endowed MPU, in the corresponding Trinity series, for
    the least money.

    >A6-5400K 192 $70
    >A4-5300 128 $55


    AMD A4-5300 Trinity 3.4GHz (3.6GHz Turbo) Socket FM2 65W Dual-Core
    Desktop APU (CPU + GPU) with DirectX 11 Graphic AMD Radeon HD 7480D
    AD5300OKHJBOX (Includes cooler) $55

    >AMD A4-5300 APU with AMD Radeon HD 7480D
    >http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...ail.aspx?id=49
    >The name of the GPU portion is 7480D.
    >Now, the information here leads me to suspect the 7480D
    >GPU doesn't have dedicated movie decoder. So in fact the "wiener"
    >as you put it, is the A6-5400K ($70). It's more likely to be
    >feature complete. My assumption is, when they name the GPU
    >section, the features remain intact from instance to instance.
    >This isn't evidence the A4-5300 works that way, but you should
    >do a bit more research before deciding the $55 one is the right one.
    >The movie decoder appears as part of DXVA and it helps reduce the
    >amount of CPU needed to play popular movie formats. Not all movie
    >formats are accelerated, but some are.


    I did notice mention that at perfunctory video performance, that is
    what seemed to me, it would be several processor nomenclature steps up
    and above to reasonably expect serious contention for viable
    application within video standards obsequiously, as always, catering
    to a gaming platform.

    192 over 128 streams offhand, I couldn't say would be any the more
    relevant to acceleration and what core facets are applicable, if not
    trade offs, in achieving further proficiency advantageously upon a
    uniquely posed in-die GPU. At the abovementioned AMD boxed sales
    description, the A6-5400K, however, gleans only a sixth, possibly a
    tenth, less representatives, among reviews provided, overwhelming in
    favor of the 128-stream Trinity variant. However odd, perhaps I
    should have looked indirectly at those 192-streams for salience at a
    $15 premium.

    >http://m.amd.com/us/salesguide/Docum...tures_2012.pdf
    >
    >The cooler the 5300 comes with is "aluminum block" type. No heatpipes
    >or copper core. Some people are picky about these things. I would
    >not expect the 5400K to be any different, because both 5400K and
    >5300 are 65W class processors.


    That I did look more closely for pertinence and AMD's 32nm/SOI
    fabrication, along with FM2 benefits, (possibly a port over from
    development initially on a laptop platform), aren't so demanding as to
    provide satisfactory results with a little attention to an aftermarket
    mating cream judiciously applied to stock HS provisions. I like a
    good core cooler, but after stock provisions warrant the addition of
    something I'm just as apt unable to resist for the flash-factor.

    MSI FM2-A75MA-E35 FM2 AMD A75 (Hudson D3) HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0
    Micro ATX AMD Motherboard BIOS support New Richland/ Trinity APU $60

    G.SKILL NS 2GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Desktop Memory
    Model F3-10666CL9S-2GBNS $25

    At a bill and almost change.

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