Written by Matthew Lambert
June 5, 2013 // 7:52 a.m.
Tags: #a10-6700-specs #a10-6800k-specs #amd #amd-a10-6700-review #amd-a10-6800k-review #amd-richland-performance #amd-richland-release-date #amd-richland-review #amd-richland-vs-trinity #apu #core-i3 #core-i5 #fm2 #radeon-hd-8000 #richland #trinity #turbo-core
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