AMD A4-4000 benchmarks

AMD A4-4000

On this page you will find comparison charts, showing how the AMD A4-4000 stands against other x86 processors in multi-threaded tasks. The difference in performance between A4-4000 and each of the listed CPUs is calculated as an average of differences in 11 multi-threaded benchmarks from our benchmark database. The list of test applications and programs includes Blowfish encryption, CINEBENCH R10, Euler3D, FLAC encoding, Fritz Chess Benchmark, H.264 video encoding, PCMark05, LAME MP3 encoding, MySQL 5.0.96, wPrime, and XVid video encoding.


Benchmarks of AMD A-Series CPUs for Socket FM2

This chart shows how well the AMD A4-4000 performs in comparison with other microprocessors from A-Series family. The "Specs" column in the chart shows differences between major specs for all processors.

To view comprehensive comparison, including specifications and individual benchmarks, between any microprocessor from the chart and the AMD A4-4000, please click on the >   icon. This feature requires javascript, and will open in a popup window.

ModelRelative performance Specs 
A10-6800K
250.0%4C, 4.1 GHz, 100W>
A10-6800B
249.8%4C, 4.1 GHz, 100W>
A10-6790K
245.5%4C, 4 GHz, 100W>
A8-6600K
239.5%4C, 3.9 GHz, 100W>
A10-5800K
236.5%4C, 3.8 GHz, 100W>
A10-6700
229.6%4C, 3.7 GHz, 65W>
A8-5600K
226.7%4C, 3.6 GHz, 100W>
A8-6500B
218.5%4C, 3.5 GHz, 65W>
A8-6500
218.4%4C, 3.5 GHz, 65W>
A10-5700
215.6%4C, 3.4 GHz, 65W>
A8-5500
203.2%4C, 3.2 GHz, 65W>
A6-6420K
127.3%2C, 4 GHz, 65W>
A6-6400K
124.7%2C, 3.9 GHz, 65W>
A4-6320
118.2%2C, 3.8 GHz, 65W>
A6-5400K
116.0%2C, 3.6 GHz, 65W>
A4-6300
115.5%2C, 3.7 GHz, 65W>
A6-5400B
115.2%2C, 3.6 GHz, 65W>
A4-5300
109.4%2C, 3.4 GHz, 65W>
A4-5300B
108.4%2C, 3.4 GHz, 65W>
A4-4020
104.5%2C, 3.2 GHz, 65W>
A4-4000
100.0%2C, 3 GHz, 65W 

AMD CPUs with similar multi-threaded performance

This chart shows AMD microprocessors with approximately the same level of performance as the A4-4000. All AMD CPUs in the graph have 2 cores.

ModelRelative performance Specs 
Athlon 64 X2 4800+ (Socket 939)
102.4%2.4 GHz, 110W>
Athlon X2 5200+ (0.045 micron)
102.2%2.3 GHz, 65W>
Athlon 64 X2 4800+ (Socket AM2, rev. G1)
101.9%2.5 GHz, 65W>
Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (Socket AM2, 89W, rev. F2)
101.8%2.4 GHz, 89W>
Athlon 64 X2 4850e
101.7%2.5 GHz, 45W>
Athlon X2 5000+ (0.045 micron)
101.0%2.2 GHz, 65W>
A4-4000
100.0%3 GHz, 65W 
Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (Socket 939, rev. E6)
99.8%2.4 GHz, 110W>
Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (Socket 939, rev. E4)
99.7%2.4 GHz, 110W>
Athlon 64 X2 BE-2400 (G2)
95.9%2.3 GHz, 45W>
Athlon 64 X2 4450B
95.6%2.3 GHz, 45W>
Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (Socket AM2, rev. G2, DO)
95.6%2.3 GHz, 65W>
Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (Socket 939, 89W, rev. E6)
95.4%2.2 GHz, 89W>

Intel CPUs with similar multi-threaded performance

This benchmark chart includes Intel microprocessors with multi-threaded performance, similar to the AMD A4-4000. For the differences between most important characteristics of listed CPUs please see the "Specs" column. The A-Series chip, and all Intel microprocessors in the graph below come with the following features: 2 cores.

ModelRelative performance Specs 
Intel Celeron E3200
114.4%2.4 GHz, 65W>
Intel Core 2 Duo E7400
112.7%2.8 GHz, 65W>
Intel Core 2 Duo E4600
112.3%2.4 GHz, 65W>
Intel Pentium E2220
107.7%2.4 GHz, 65W>
Intel Core 2 Duo E4500
102.6%2.2 GHz, 65W>
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400
100.2%2.13 GHz, 65W>
AMD A4-4000
100.0%3 GHz, 65W 
Intel Celeron E1600
98.9%2.4 GHz, 65W>
Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 965
96.5%3.73 GHz, HT, 130W>
Intel Core 2 Duo E6320
95.4%1.87 GHz, 65W>
Intel Pentium E2180
92.8%2 GHz, 65W>
Intel Core 2 Duo E6300
92.8%1.87 GHz, 65W>
Intel Celeron E1500
92.4%2.2 GHz, 65W>

A4-4000 compared to the fastest desktop CPUs

This chart shows how the A4-4000 stands against the fastest desktop x86 processors from our benchmark database.

ModelRelative performance Specs 
Intel Core i7-4770K
526.6%4C, 3.5 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-4771
525.8%4C, 3.5 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-4770
524.4%4C, 3.4 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-4770S
500.9%4C, 3.1 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-3770
493.8%4C, 3.4 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-3770K
492.9%4C, 3.5 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-3770S
469.7%4C, 3.1 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-2700K
465.9%4C, 3.5 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-2600
457.7%4C, 3.4 GHz, HT>
Intel Core i7-2600K
457.5%4C, 3.4 GHz, HT>
AMD FX-8350
448.8%8C, 4 GHz>
Intel Core i5-4670
438.4%4C, 3.4 GHz>
AMD A4-4000
100.0%2C, 3 GHz 

Popular performance comparisons

This graph demonstrates relative multi-threading performance of microprocessors, that are most commonly compared to the AMD A4-4000. Common features of all included processors are 2 cores.

ModelRelative performance Specs 
Intel Pentium G3220
197.4%3 GHz, 3MB, 53W>
Intel Pentium G2020
178.1%2.9 GHz, 3MB, 55W>
Intel Celeron G1620
165.1%2.7 GHz, 2MB, 55W>
Intel Celeron G1610
159.4%2.6 GHz, 2MB, 55W>
AMD A4-3400
121.8%2.7 GHz, 65W>
AMD A4-3400 (HX)
121.5%2.7 GHz, 65W>
AMD A6-5400K
116.0%3.6 GHz, 65W>
AMD A4-6300
115.5%3.7 GHz, 65W>
AMD A4-5300
109.4%3.4 GHz, 65W>
AMD Athlon X2 340
104.6%3.2 GHz, 65W>
AMD A4-4000
100.0%3 GHz, 65W 
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AMD A4-4000 is a dual-core desktop CPU, operating at 3 GHz. The microprocessor supports Turbo technology, that can temporary bump core frequency to 3.2 GHz. The AMD A4-4000 comes with 1MB L2 cache, and it fits into 65 Watt thermal envelope. More details about this CPU you can find on the AMD A4-4000 specs page.

More information

For averaged single- threaded performance please see AMD A4-4000 single-threaded benchmarks page.

Comparison of all tested A-Series processors can be found on the AMD A-Series benchmarks page.

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