AMD A10-6700 3.7GHz Socket FM2
Competent quadcore CPU.
Strong IGP performance.
65W TDP ideal for compact systems.
Dropin upgrade for existing FM2 boards.
Only slightly slower than A10-6800K, but with much lower power demands.
Compatible with existing Socket FM2 motherboards.
Beats comparatively priced Intel CPUs.
No Need to get a New Motherboard.
35W lower TDP than the A106800K.
Not a major upgrade over A105700.
Dual Graphics not GCN compatible.
Same price as unlocked A10-6800K.
Not unlocked for overclocking.
Only a minor performance boost over A10-5800K.
Performance over Trinity doesn't justify pricing.
By uk.hardware.info on July 04, 2013
Late May we published a huge round-up of 45 desktop processors , followed by a review of Intel's fourth generation Core processors . Our readers immediately, and understandably, came with the request for a similar group test of laptop processors....-
By HEXUS.net on June 28, 2013
The APU is designed to offer the competence of AMD's CPU and GPU technologies in a single, convenient package that scales across laptop and desktop devices. The mid-2013 Richland refresh can be seen as a mild upgrade over last year's Trinity,...-
By Expert Reviews on June 25, 2013
A great choice if you want a power-efficient high-end A-series processor and don’t want to overclock it...100
By Computer Shopper on June 24, 2013
AMD’s A10-6700 isn’t quite the fastest of AMD's APUs available, but it's very close, while being easier to cool and likely saving some power in the long run. For budget PC builders, this chip is a smart choice....70
By DigitalVersus on June 14, 2013
For its Richland desktop APUs, AMD decided to settle with little more than a minor clock rate increase, making for mildly higher performance. It's much ado about nothing as we wait for Kaveri, which will bring with it some actual changes to the CPU...60
By Pureoverclock on June 12, 2013
For little money, the APU A10-6700, you can build a great budget gaming PC or workstation with money to spare. Its performance to value ratio is superb. Discuss in the...80
By uk.hardware.info on June 05, 2013
Less than two weeks ago we reviewed AMD's new mobile processor: Temash, Kabini and Richland. Today AMD is introducing the desktop version of Richland (the A10, A8 and A6 processors), and this successor to Trinity has one big change in the form of...-
By HotHardware on June 05, 2013
A few months back, AMD unveiled a handful of mobile Elite A-Series APUs, formerly codenamed Richland. Those products built upon the company’s existing Trinity-based products but offered additional power and frequency optimizations designed to enhance...-
By HardwareHeaven on June 05, 2013
To tie in with Computex which takes place in Taiwan this week AMD are following Intel's launch of "Haswell" with their own...-
By Bit-tech.net on June 05, 2013
inc VAT) (ex Tax) (inc VAT) (ex TAX)In spite of Nvidia's recent high end GPU launches, AMD's range continues to remain competitive on this front, but its performance CPUs are sadly little match for Intel's, with the recent release of ...77