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General information
TypeCPU / Microprocessor
Market segmentDesktop
FamilyAMD A10-Series
Model number  ? A10-5800K
CPU part numbersAD580KWOA44HJ is an OEM/tray microprocessor
AD580KWOHJBOX is a boxed microprocessor
Frequency  ? 3800 MHz
Turbo frequency4200 MHz
Package904-pin organic lidded micro Pin Grid Array (UOF904)
SocketSocket FM2
Size1.57" x 1.57" / 4cm x 4cm
Weight1.4oz / 39g
Introduction dateOctober 2, 2012
Price at introduction$122
 
Architecture / Microarchitecture
MicroarchitecturePiledriver
PlatformVirgo
Processor core  ? Trinity
Core stepping  ? TN-A1
CPUID610F01
Manufacturing process0.032 micron
1303 million transistors
Die size246mm2
Data width64 bit
The number of cores4
The number of threads4
Floating Point UnitIntegrated
Level 1 cache size  ? 2 x 64 KB 2-way associative shared instruction caches
4 x 16 KB 4-way associative data caches
Level 2 cache size  ? 2 x 2 MB 16-way associative shared caches
Level 3 cache sizeNone
MultiprocessingUniprocessor
Features
  • MMX instructions
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
  • SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSSE3 / Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSE4 / SSE4.1 + SSE4.2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 4  ? 
  • SSE4a  ? 
  • AES / Advanced Encryption Standard instructions
  • ABM / Advanced Bit Manipulation  ? 
  • AVX / Advanced Vector Extensions
  • BMI1 / Bit Manipulation instructions 1
  • F16C / 16-bit Floating-Point conversion instructions
  • FMA3 / 3-operand Fused Multiply-Add instructions
  • FMA4 / 4-operand Fused Multiply-Add instructions
  • TBM / Trailing Bit Manipulation instructions
  • XOP / eXtended Operations instructions
  • AMD64 / AMD 64-bit technology  ? 
  • VT / Virtualization technology  ? 
  • EVP / Enhanced Virus Protection  ? 
  • Turbo Core 3.0 technology
Low power features
  • Core C1, C1E, C6 and CC6 states
  • Package S3, S4 and S5 states
  • PowerNow!
 
Integrated peripherals / components
Integrated graphics
  • GPU Type: Radeon HD 7660D
    Shader cores: 384
    Base frequency (MHz): 800
Memory controller
  • The number of controllers: 1
    Memory channels: 2
    Supported memory: DDR3-1866
Other peripherals
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • HD Media Accelerator
 
Electrical / Thermal parameters
V core  ? 0.825V - 1.475V
Maximum operating temperature  ? 74°C
Thermal Design Power  ? 100 Watt
 
Notes on AMD AD580KWOA44HJ
  • The processor has unlocked clock multiplier

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A10-5800K Overclocking

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First A10-5800K "Trinity" CPU benchmarks surface
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AMD A10-5800K Benchmarks

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Benchmarked processor

CPU ID:610F01
CPU vendor string:AuthenticAMD
CPU name string:AMD A10-5800K APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics

Integer performance

Part number   Result
AMD Phenom II X4 2.5GHz ZD250117K4D12  ? 
102.9%
AMD Athlon II X4 615e  ? 
102.8%
AMD A8-6600K  ? 
102.2%
AMD Athlon II X3 455  ? 
101.9%
AMD FX-4150 (95W)  ? 
100.9%
AMD A10-5800K  ? 
100%
AMD Athlon X4 760K  ? 
99.8%
Intel Core i5-670  ? 
99.3%
AMD Athlon II X4 610e  ? 
98.9%
AMD Athlon II X3 450  ? 
98.6%
AMD FX-4130  ? 
98.6%

Floating Point performance

Part number   Result
AMD Phenom II X3 710  ? 
104.6%
AMD A10-6700  ? 
104.1%
AMD A8-6600K  ? 
102.3%
AMD Athlon II X3 415e  ? 
100.5%
AMD Phenom II X3 705e  ? 
100.3%
AMD A10-5800K  ? 
100%
AMD FX-4150 (125W)  ? 
99.9%
AMD Athlon X4 760K  ? 
99.9%
AMD FX-4150 (95W)  ? 
98.7%
AMD FX-4300  ? 
97.9%
AMD A8-6500B  ? 
97.1%

MMX / SSE / SSE2 performance

Part number   Result
Intel Core i5-650  ? 
101.8%
AMD Athlon II X4 640  ? 
101.4%
AMD Athlon II X4 640 (rev. E0)  ? 
101.3%
AMD A8-3850  ? 
100.9%
AMD Phenom II X4 840T  ? 
100.4%
AMD A10-5800K  ? 
100%
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700  ? 
99.8%
AMD Athlon X4 760K  ? 
99.6%
AMD A10-6700  ? 
99.4%
AMD FX-4150 (125W)  ? 
98.3%
AMD Athlon II X4 635 (rev. C3)  ? 
98%

Memory-intensive program performance

Part number   Result
AMD Phenom II X4 970 (rev. E0)  ? 
101.9%
AMD A10-6790K  ? 
100.7%
Intel Core i5-670  ? 
100.4%
AMD Phenom II X4 965 (125W, BE)  ? 
100.2%
AMD Phenom II X6 1075T (non-BE)  ? 
100.1%
AMD A10-5800K  ? 
100%
AMD Phenom II X4 965 (140W, BE)  ? 
99.9%
AMD FX-4100  ? 
99.7%
AMD FX-4130  ? 
99.4%
AMD A8-6600K  ? 
99%
AMD Phenom II X4 955 (125W, rev. C2, BE)  ? 
98.8%

CPU ID information for the A10-5800K

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Manufacturer:AMD
CPU Family:A10-Series
Model Number:A10-5800K
Frequency:3818 MHz
Part number:
AD580KWOA44HJ
Stepping Code:
Comment:
Submitted by:
General information
Vendor:AuthenticAMD
Processor name (BIOS):AMD A10-5800K APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics
Cores:4
Compute units:2
Logical processors:4
Processor type:Original OEM Processor
Core stepping:TN-A1
CPUID signature:610F01
Family:21 (015h)
Model:16 (010h)
Stepping: 1 (01h)
Socket:FM2

Cache: L1 data L1 instruction L2
Size: 4 x 16 KB 2 x 64 KB 2 x 2 MB
Associativity: 4-way set
associative
2-way set
associative
16-way set
associative
Line size: 64 bytes 64 bytes 64 bytes
Comments: Direct-mapped Direct-mapped
1 cache per 2 cores
Non-inclusive
Direct-mapped
1 cache per 2 cores
 
Instruction set extensionsAdditional instructions
MMX Advanced Bit manipulation
AMD extensions to MMX CLFLUSH
SSE CMOV
SSE2 CMPXCHG16B
SSE3 CMPXCHG8B
SSSE3 FXSAVE/FXRSTORE
SSE4A MONITOR/MWAIT
SSE4.1 PCLMULDQ
SSE4.2 POPCNT
AES PREFETCH/PREFETCHW
AVX RDTSCP
BMI1 SKINIT / STGI support
F16C SYSCALL/SYSRET
FMA SYSENTER/SYSEXIT
FMA4 XSAVE / XRESTORE states
TBM XSETBV / XGETBV are enabled
XOP  
 
Major featuresOther features
On-chip Floating Point Unit 1 GB large page support
64-bit / Intel 64 100MHz multiplier control
NX bit/XD-bit 128-bit SSE instructions
Secure Virtual Machine (Virtualization) 36-bit page-size extensions
Turbo Core Advanced programmable interrupt controller
PowerNow! / Cool'n'Quiet Core multi-processing legacy mode
  Debugging extensions
  Extended APIC space
  Hardware P-state control
  Hardware thermal control
  Instruction based sampling
  LAHF / SAHF support in 64-bit mode
  LBR virtualization
  LOCK MOV CR0 means MOV CR8
  Lightweight profiling support
  Machine check architecture
  Machine check exception
  Memory-type range registers
  Misaligned SSE mode
  Model-specific registers
  Nested page tables
  OS visible workaround
  Page attribute table
  Page global extension
  Page-size extensions (4MB pages)
  Physical address extensions
  SVM lock
  Support for NRIP save
  THERMTRIP
  TSC rate is ensured to be invariant across all states
  Temperature sensor
  Time stamp counter
  Virtual 8086-mode enhancements
  Watchdog timer support

CPUs, related to AMD A10-5800K

Model Cores /
Threads
Frequency Turbo
frequency
L2
cache
TDP Features Price  
AMD A10-Series family, Socket FM2
   A10-6700T4 / 42.5 GHz3.5 GHz4 MB45WUnlock$142>
   A10-57004 / 43.4 GHz4 GHz4 MB65WUnlock$122>
   A10-5800B4 / 43.8 GHz4.2 GHz4 MB100WUnlock >
   A10-67004 / 43.7 GHz4.3 GHz4 MB65WUnlock$142>
   A10-5800K4 / 43.8 GHz4.2 GHz4 MB100WUnlock$122 
   A10-6790K4 / 44 GHz4.3 GHz4 MB100WUnlock$122>
   A10-6800B4 / 44.1 GHz4.4 GHz4 MB100WUnlock >
   A10-6800K4 / 44.1 GHz4.4 GHz4 MB100WUnlock$142>
Other families, Piledriver micro-architecture, Socket FM2
   Athlon X2 3402 / 23.2 GHz3.6 GHz1 MB65WUnlock >
   A4-63002 / 23.7 GHz3.9 GHz1 MB65WUnlock >
   A4-63202 / 23.8 GHz4 GHz1 MB65WUnlock >
   A6-6400K2 / 23.9 GHz4.1 GHz1 MB65WUnlock$62>
   A6-6420K2 / 24 GHz4.2 GHz1 MB65WUnlock >
   Athlon X2 370K2 / 24 GHz4.2 GHz1 MB65WUnlock >
   FirePro A3004 / 43.4 GHz4 GHz4 MB65WUnlock >
   Athlon X4 760K4 / 43.8 GHz4.1 GHz4 MB100WUnlock >
   FirePro A3204 / 43.8 GHz4.2 GHz4 MB100WUnlock >
   A8-6600K4 / 43.9 GHz4.2 GHz4 MB100WUnlock$97>
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 • Features abbreviations:
Unlock - Unlocked multiplier

Pictures (4)

A10-5800K CPU pictures
2012-10-24 02:28:13
Posted by: gshv

Top view. The processor was manufactured in the second half of May 2012, that is more than 4 months before the retail A10 processors were launched.
A10-5800K CPU pictures
 
2012-10-24 02:28:48
Posted by: gshv

Bottom view
 
 
2012-11-21 15:46:16
Posted by: gshv

CPU-Z screenshot
 
 
2012-12-20 01:12:57
Posted by: Lynx

AD580KWOA44HJ
 
Comments (1)

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FMA is missing

2012-10-28 08:35:38
Posted by: Pedro

Hi,

why is there no entry for FMA3 and FMA4 under "Features" ? I can imagine, if smaller instruction-set add ons like CVT16 are not mentioned there, but FMA is a major difference imo. Furthermore Piledriver cores also support Intel's 3 operand FMA instructions, not only the old 4 operand ones.

Response: The features section doesn't list individual instructions to keep it smaller. You can find full list of supported x86 extensions in the CPUID tab.
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