AMD E2-6110 vs AMD E1-6010

AMD E2-6110

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The AMD E2-6110 is a mobile quad-core SoC (codenamed "Beema") for entry-level devices and subnotebooks, which has been presented in April 2014. In addition to 4 CPU cores clocked at up to 1.5 GHz (no boost), the 28 nanometer chip also integrates a Radeon R2 GPU, a single-channel DDR3L-1600 memory controller and the Southbridge with various I/O-ports.

Architecture

Both Beema (for notebooks) and Mullins (for tablets and compact subnotebooks, same die) are based on AMD's Puma+ architecture, which is the successor to the previous Jaguar design (Kabini and Temash APUs). Neither the performance per clock nor the feature set (including SSE up to 4.2, AVX and AES) have been modified. However, AMD managed to reduce the leakage current, enabling significantly higher (boost) clock speeds. This leads to a more responsive system and better overall performance. As its predecessor, the chip is manufactured in 28 nm.

Performance

According to the clock rate, the APU should be as fast as the former A4-5000 (15 W, 1.5 GHz). Overall, the E2-6110 should be sufficient for daily workloads like Office, Internet browsing and multimedia.

Graphics

The SoC integrates a Radeon R2 GPU with 128 shaders, which is based on the GCN architecture and clocked at up to 500 MHz. On average, we expect the graphics performance to be similar to Intel's HD Graphics 4000 (ULV versions) or a Radeon HD 8330. Current games (as of 2014) are thus hardly playable even in low settings, but some older and less demanding titels should run flawless.

Power Consumption

The power consumption of the entire SoC is rated at 15 watts. Thus, the APU is suitable for smaller subnotebooks.

AMD E1-6010

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The AMD E1-6010 is a mobile dual-core SoC (codenamed "Beema") for entry-level devices and subnotebooks, which has been presented in April 2014. In addition to 2 CPU cores clocked at up to 1.35 GHz (no boost), the 28 nanometer chip also integrates a Radeon R2 GPU, a single-channel DDR3L-1333 memory controller and the Southbridge with various I/O-ports.

Architecture

Both Beema (for notebooks) and Mullins (for tablets and compact subnotebooks, same die) are based on AMD's Puma+ architecture, which is the successor to the previous Jaguar design (Kabini and Temash APUs). Neither the performance per clock nor the feature set (including SSE up to 4.2, AVX and AES) have been modified. However, AMD managed to reduce the leakage current, enabling significantly higher (boost) clock speeds. This leads to a more responsive system and better overall performance. As its predecessor, the chip is manufactured in 28 nm.

Performance

As the E1-6010 offers just two cores at up to 1.35 GHz, the resulting performance is quiet low. Overall, the APU is even slower than the old E1-2500 (1.4 GHz). Only simple workloads like Office, light Internet browsing and multimedia will be handled adequate.

Graphics

The SoC integrates a Radeon R2 GPU with 128 shaders, which is based on the GCN architecture and clocked at up to 350 MHz. On average, we expect the graphics performance to be somewhere between the HD Graphics (Bay Trail) and HD Graphics (Haswell). Current games (as of 2014) are thus hardly playable even in low settings, only a few older and less demanding titels should run fluently.

Power Consumption

The power consumption of the entire SoC is rated at 10 watts. Thus, the APU is suitable for very small subnotebooks.

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SSE (1, 2, 3, 3S, 4.1, 4.2, 4A), x86-64, AES, AVX, Single-Channel DDR3L-1600SSE (1, 2, 3, 3S, 4.1, 4.2, 4A), x86-64, AES, AVX, Single-Channel DDR3L-1333
iGPUAMD Radeon R2 (Mullins/Beema/Carrizo-L) (? - 500 MHz)AMD Radeon R2 (Mullins/Beema/Carrizo-L) (260 - 350 MHz)
AMD E-Series E1-6010

Cinebench R15 - CPU Multi 64Bit
min: 39     avg: 45.7     median: 49 (1%)     max: 49 Points
Cinebench R15 - CPU Single 64Bit
min: 25     avg: 26     median: 25 (11%)     max: 28 Points
Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Multi 64Bit
0.6 Points (1%)
Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Single 64Bit
0.3 Points (17%)
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Single 32Bit
min: 983     avg: 1005.5     median: 1005 (10%)     max: 1028 Points
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
min: 1619     avg: 1783.5     median: 1783 (3%)     max: 1948 Points
wPrime 2.0x - 1024m *
3063.7 seconds (36%)
wPrime 2.0x - 32m *
95.8 seconds (19%)
WinRAR - Result
516 KB/s (6%)
X264 HD Benchmark 4.0 - Pass 2
3.8 fps (0%)
X264 HD Benchmark 4.0 - Pass 1
18.8 fps (7%)
TrueCrypt - Serpent Mean 100MB
0.4 GB/s (21%)
TrueCrypt - Twofish Mean 100MB
0.6 GB/s (21%)
TrueCrypt - AES Mean 100MB
0.3 GB/s (2%)
3DMark 06 - CPU
927 Points (6%)
Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 1M *
51.1 Seconds (11%)
Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 2M *
112.7 Seconds (5%)
Super Pi Mod 1.5 XS 32M *
2433.6 Seconds (11%)
3DMark Vantage - P CPU no PhysX 1280x1024
1545 Points (2%)
3DMark 11 - Performance Physics 1280x720
min: 620     avg: 677.5     median: 677 (3%)     max: 735 points
3DMark - Ice Storm Standard Physics 1280x720
min: 6688     avg: 7333     median: 7333 (5%)     max: 7978 Points
3DMark - Cloud Gate Standard Physics 1280x720
548 Points (1%)
3DMark - Fire Strike Physics 1920x1080
793 Points (2%)
Geekbench 3 - 32 Bit Multi-Core Score
1324 Points (2%)
Geekbench 3 - 32 Bit Single-Core Score
760 Points (16%)
Mozilla Kraken 1.1 - Total Score *
7765.7 ms (13%)
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score *
min: 468     avg: 514     median: 514 (6%)     max: 560 ms
Octane V2 - Total Score
5475 Points (10%)

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