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And, of course, a little higher price tag--all as compared to previous generation Trinity, of course.
Tom's Hardware found that with 2133 MHz memory (which Richland officially supports, by the way), the integrated GPU in an A10-6800K tends to outperform a Radeon HD 6670 discrete desktop card. That's very much an entry-level gaming card, of course, but it's also the fastest DDR3 discrete card that makes much sense to buy.
Richland isn't an earth-shaking product, of course. While it's better than Trinity in every way, it's only a little better. Richland is really just a stopgap product until Kaveri arrives later this year. Even so, in desktops, Richland is arguably a bigger advance over Trinity than Haswell was over Ivy Bridge.