The Reviewed CPUs

Altough the two CPUs tested in this review, the A10-6800K and the Core i3-4150, are not competitors to the A6-6400K and the Pentium G3220, we included the data collected for these two CPUs, which were tested under the same methodology, in order to show the performance difference between mainstream and the value CPUs that make use of the same platform.

In the tables below, we compare the main features of the CPUs included in our review.

CPU Cores HT IGP Internal Clock Turbo Clock Base Clock Core Tech. TDP Socket Price
A10-6800K 4 No Yes 4.1 GHz 4.4 GHz 100 MHz Richland 32 nm 100 W FM2 USD 125
Core i3-4150 2 Yes Yes 3.5 GHz 100 MHz Haswell 22 nm 54 W LGA1150 USD 123
A6-6400K 2 No Yes 3.9 GHz 4.1 GHz 100 MHz Richland 32 nm 65 W FM2 USD 53
Pentium G3220 2 No Yes 3.0 GHz 100 MHz Haswell 22 nm 53 W LGA1150 USD 53

Prices were researched at on the day we published this review. TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and states the maximum amount of heat the CPU can dissipate.

Below you can see the memory configuration for each CPU.

CPU L2 Cache L3 Cache Memory Support Memory Channels


2 x 2 MiB Up to DDR3-2133 Two

Core i3-4150

2 x 256 kiB 3 MiB Up to DDR3-1600 Two
A6-6400K 1 MiB Up to DDR3-1866 Two
Pentium G3220 2 x 256 kiB 3 MiB Up to DDR3-1333 Two

Below we have a quick comparison of the video engine of the CPUs.

CPU Video Engine DirectX Clock Cores


Radeon HD 8670D 11.0 844 MHz 384

Core i3-4150

HD 4400 11.1 350 MHz/1150 MHz 20
A6-6400K Radeon HD 8470D 11.0 800 MHz 192
Pentium G3220 Intel HD 11.1 350 MHz/1100 MHz 10