|AMD Richland A10-6800K and A10-6700 APU|
|Friday, 07 June 2013|
AMD Richland A10-6800K and A10-6700 APU Review
With the release of the Llano chips in mid-2011 and the Trinity chips in late-2012, the AMD APUs were shown to be the perfect option for the person who wanted a cheap, yet capable system that could be expanded on in the future. They not only offered plenty of CPU power to handle anything a regular user would need, but also enough GPU power on-chip to tackle some gaming. You can pick up one of these chips for a little over $100, pair it with an equally affordable motherboard and RAM, and you have a nice little setup for very little money. You can then expand on it with a dedicated graphics card, more or faster RAM, and even get into some pretty serious overclocking, the sum of which will leave you with a truly powerful machine capable of handling any modern game out there today.