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Lenovo Touch Screen All-in-One Desktop $499

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  1. Rich M

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    Lenovo C40 Touch Desktop with AMD A6 Processor

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    Item #261-404
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    OD 261-404 \ OM 2501-1264
    • 21" touchscreen
    • 8GB memory
    • 1TB hard drive
    • Microsoft® Windows 8.1
    • Model F0B5000JUS
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  2. Tony D

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    Thanks Rich, How does that AMD A6-6310 processor compare to the various versions of Intel's i3 and i5?
     
  3. Rich M

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    Here is the interesting thing Tony. The comparison here to me is with the i3 4th Gen as the i5 really is in another class. That said I would take the AMD over 2nd Gen i5. I thought I would see Intel higher rated though I have always felt the Apu from Amd blows out the comparable Intel Apus so I googled it and low and behold Tom's sees it the same way I do.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2323633/intel-core-4030u-amd-6310.html
    I think the Amd Apu is a real hit in laptops BTW because it takes away the cruddy onboard video that always slows down the laptop and suddenly makes AMD competitive in laptops. There is a greater similarity to me in All-in-Ones with laptop performannce vs desktop as they use a lot of laptop hardware.
    http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/33...A6-6310_vs_Intel_Core_i3_Mobile_i3-3217U.html

    I have been building mostly FM2+ desktops this year and I find them quicker than the Amd AM3 cpus.
    My own main system is the top FM2+ Apu (A10 7850K) and I replaced a troublesome Gen4 Intel system (I believe 4620 cpu) and I don't see a bit of difference. Of course I don't do anything really heavy duty other than an occasional Photoshop project. I just went to buy a board and a cpu for a blown system and was surprised to note Newegg and Tiger had way more FM2+ boards and apus than the AM3 series so it would appear business is matching performance as well.
     

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