AMD A4-9120

AMD A4-9120 Benchmark

AMD A4-9120 Processor benchmark and specs - 2 GHz 2 core AMD A4-Series APU for Laptops CPU rating. Is the A4-9120 good for gaming?

CPU Benchmark Score

8 %
Bad score from 1 sample
High uncertainty

Ranked 1,211th out of 1,337 in the CPU Database.

Overall Gaming Multitasking Heavy Workloads
8 % 16 % 5 % 5 %
Bad Average Bad Bad

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CPU Comparison

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AMD A6-5400K
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AMD A4-9120
8 %
AMD A4-4020
8 %
Intel Core i3-2348M
7 %

Specifications

Clock Speed 2.2 GHz
Cores 2
Threads 2
L2 Cache 1024 KiB
PCIe Revision 3
Family A4-Series APU for Laptops
Memory Type DDR4
TDP 15 W

AMD A4-9120

The A4-9120 is a 2 core CPU from AMD. This chip has a bad overall score at 8% in our CPU benchmark. Our gaming benchmark shows that this CPU is an average processor for gaming, with a score of 16%. As for multitasking and heavy workloads, the A4-9120 scores 5% and 5% respectively. Indeed, this is a bad rating for very heavy workloads.

The A4-9120 has 2 cores and 2 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 2.2 GHz.

As for memory, the A4-9120 makes use of DDR4 memory. The faster the memory, the better. Faster memory means that the CPU doesn't have to wait to get the data it needs.

In terms of cache, the A4-9120 has 1 MiB of level 2 cache. This is a fast memory located close to the processor, which stores copies of frequently used data from main memory.

This CPU has fast connectivity with support for PCI-Express Gen 3. The faster the PCIe link, the better. This allows for better performance with GPUs and NVME SSDs.

Power and thermals for the AMD A4-9120 CPU are a TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 15 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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