AMD A10-5757M

AMD A10-5757M Benchmark

AMD A10-5757M Processor benchmark, specs and release date - 2 GHz 4 core AMD CPU rating. Is the A10-5757M good for gaming?

CPU Benchmark Score

12 %
Average score from 1 sample
High uncertainty

Ranked 1,068th out of 1,337 in the CPU Database.

Overall Gaming Multitasking Heavy Workloads
12 % 21 % 9 % 9 %
Average Average Bad Bad

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CPU Comparison

The AMD A10-5757M compared against popular alternatives. Compare against more CPUs with our CPU Comparison Tool.

AMD A6-3670
19 %
AMD A8-3820
12 %
Intel Core i7-620M
12 %
AMD A10-5757M
12 %
Intel Core i7-2637M
11 %
Intel Core i3-3220T
11 %
AMD A8-3800
11 %


Clock Speed 2.5 GHz
Turbo Speed 3.5 GHz
Cores 4
Threads 4
L1 Cache 512 KiB
Release Date 2013-06-01
Has Unlocked Multiplier No
TDP 35 W

AMD A10-5757M

The A10-5757M is a 4 core CPU from AMD released in 2013. This chip has an average overall score at 12% in our CPU benchmark. Our gaming benchmark shows that this CPU is an average processor for gaming, with a score of 21%. As for multitasking and heavy workloads, the A10-5757M scores 9% and 9% respectively. Indeed, this is a bad rating for very heavy workloads.

The A10-5757M has 4 cores and 4 threads. This chip has no simultaneous multithreading support, as it has the same number of cores as threads. This AMD CPU has a clock speed of 2.5 GHz and a turbo speed of 3.5 GHz : a higher clock speed that can be reached when thermals and power delivery allow. This CPU has a locked multiplier, so you are not able to overclock it beyond this frequency.

In terms of cache, the A10-5757M has 512 KiB of level 1 cache, . This is a fast memory located close to the processor, which stores copies of frequently used data from main memory.

Power and thermals for the AMD A10-5757M CPU are a TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 35 watts. This measures the amount of heat the processor produces when running at full load. This isn't a measure of power consumption, but it's good estimate.

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