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Tuesday, 11 December 2012 13:43

AMD A10-5800K reviewed - x264 HD Video Encoding

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: It’s all about value

Simply put, x264 HD Benchmark is a reproducible measure of fast your machine can encode a short HD-quality video clip into a high quality x264 video file. It's nice because everyone running it will use the same video clip and software. The video encoder (x264.exe) reports a fairly accurate internal benchmark (in frames per second) for each pass of the video encode and it also uses multi-core processors very efficiently. All these factors make this an ideal benchmark to compare different processors and systems to each other. Read more here.

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In the first pass of X264 benchmark encoding tests, AMD’s A10-5800K ran 20 percent faster than A8-3870K. The second pass, which is much more demanding and CPU intensive, reduced the advantage to 7 percent.

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