The AMD A4-5000 struggled in our HandBrake test delivering just 57.9fps. This made it 46% slower than the Intel Pentium 2117U and 39% slower than the Celeron 1020M.
The AMD A4-5000 also had a rough time with the x264 HD Benchmark, delivering just 10.7fps in the first pass and 3.1fps in the second. This was 42% slower than the Pentium 2117U in the first pass but 7% faster in the second.
The A4-5000 took 1294 seconds to complete the TMPGEnc Video Master Works conversion, making it 39% slower than the Pentium 2117U, which took 932 seconds.
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