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Bristol Ridge seriously overclocked

by on26 September 2016

Korean user cleans Kaveri clock

While everyone is waiting for the first Zen-based Summit Ridge CPU and Excavator-based seventh-generation Bristol Ridge APUs continue, a Korean user has already overclocked the flagship Bristol Ridge A12-9800 APU.

According to benchmarks posted on, the A12-9800 appears to have a lot higher overclocking potential compared to the previous-generation Kaveri APUs.

The A12-9800 arrives at your door with 65W TDP, quad-core CPU, working at 3.8 GHz base and 4.2 GHz Turbo clock, as well as GPU with 8 CUs and 512 Stream Processors, clocked at 1108 MHz.

It looks like the user did his test with the using a B350 chipset-based Asus Octopus motherboard and 8GB RAM. With this setting, the A12-9800 managed to score 4798.9MHz at 1.325V.



Last modified on 26 September 2016
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