With the new FM2 boards available, we took the chance to compare the A10-5800K (3.8GHz) and compare it to the Intel core i5-3570K processor in terms of it’s performance, overclockability etc.
The AMD A10-5800K is catching up with it’s Intel counterpart especially in the data crunching and data transcoding department but it will probably need to improve it’s design to match the speed. It has improved from it’s FM1 design but still require more time to evolve.
Generally the AMD A10-5800K is a good alternative if you have little budget for a PC with on board graphics.
Read our review of the BIOSTAR Hi-Fi A85X motherboard review with more detail numbers.