1. In the post A8-3500M Vs Intel Core i5-2430M, we had concluded that the Core i5-2430M has better CPU performance than the A8-3500M. The integrated graphics performance of the A8-3500M, however is better.
2. Things do not change much when comparing A8-3500M with Core i5-2410M. The lower clock of the i5-2410M slightly reduces the CPU performance gap.
3. In integrated graphics performance, the Radeon HD 6620G ( part of the A8-3500M ) is significantly better than the HD Graphics 3000 in i5-2410M – Check Radeon HD 6620G Vs HD Graphics 3000.
Table : AMD A8-3500M Vs Core i5-2410M Feature Differences
|Feature||AMD A8-3500M||Core i5-2410M|
|Core Frequency||1.5Ghz||2.30 GHz|
|No. Of Cores||4||2 (4 Hyperthreads)|
|Cache Organization||4MB L2 Cache||3 MB L3 Smart Cache|
|Turbo Frequency||2.4GHz||2.90 GHz|
|TDP Rating||35||35 Watts|
|64 Bit Support||Y||Y|
|Integrated Memory Controller||DDR3L-1333||DDR3-1333|
|Integrated Graphics||Yes, Radeon HD 6620G||Yes, Base 650 MHz, Turbo 1.20 GHz|
Table : AMD A8-3500M Vs Core i5-2410M Benchmarking Comparison
|Benchmarks||AMD A8-3500M||Core i5-2410M|
| PassMark Score
| Super Pi 2M (Lower in better)
||81 seconds||32 seconds|
| 3D Mark 06 CPU
| Windows 7 Experience Score
Some more details of AMD A8-3500M
The AMD A8-3500M is a quad-core processor codenamed as Llano. It is designed for mid-range notebooks. The base frequency of this laptop is 1.5 GHz. The turbo boost technology of the processor can over clock it up to 2.4 GHz successfully basing on temperature conditions and core usage. The processor got integrated Radeon HD 6620G graphics card in it. The integrated memory controller of the processor can support DDR3 (L)-1333 memory and PCle 2.0 controller. The TDP of the processor is 35 watt. This processor is latest for the market and released on June 14th of 2011. This processor got 4 cores and 4 threads in it.
Some more details of Core i5-2410M
The core i5-2410M is a relatively fast processor belonging to the 2nd generation Intel Core i5 processor. The most characteristic improvement as compared to the 1st generation Intel Sandy Bridge processors is in the area of Integrated graphics powered by the Intel HD Graphics 3000 core. Integrated graphics is a part of the silicon and not a separate discrete component or a card. The Integrated graphics and the processor cores are all in one die unlike the earlier 1st generation processors, in which the processor and the integrated graphics were on separate die. The base frequency of the graphics runs at 650 MHz that can extend to 1.20 GHz depending upon the demand. The new Turbo boost 2.0 significantly improves the performance of the processor.