AMD E2-9010 vs AMD A6-9210 vs AMD A9-9420

AMD E2-9010

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The AMD E2-9010 is the least powerful chip from the Stoney-Ridge APU series for notebooks (7th APU generation) at the time of announcement in mid 2016. The SoC integrates two CPU cores (one Excavator module with 2 integer and on FP unit) clocked between 2.0-2.2 GHz. It also includes a Radeon R2 GPU clocked at 600 MHz as well as a single-channel DDR4-1866 memory controller, H.265 video engine and chipset with all I/O ports.

Architecture

Stoney Ridge is the successor of the Carrizo architecture and the design is almost identical. Thanks to optimized manufacturing processes and more aggressive Boost behavior, however, the clocks are a bit higher at the same power consumption. The memory controller now also supports DDR4-RAM, in this case up to 1866 MHz. Stoney Ridge is the designation for the smaller dual-core and single-core chip, while Bristol Ridge is the bigger quad-core chip with dual-channel memory controller. More technical details are available in the following articles:

Power Consumption

AMD specifies the TDP of the E2-9010 with 15 Watts, but it can be configured between 10-15 Watts. This means the APU is intended for thin and light notebooks.

AMD A6-9210

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The AMD A6-9210 is an entry-level chip from the Stoney-Ridge APU series for notebooks (7th APU generation), which was announced mid 2016. At its launch, the A6-9210 is the mid-range Stoney Ridge processor (dual-core version of Bristol Ridge) and integrates two CPU cores (one Excavator module with 2 integer and on FP unit) clocked between 2.4-2.8 GHz. It also includes a Radeon R4 GPU, probably with 192 shaders at 600 MHz, as well as a single-channel DDR4-2133 memory controller, H.265 video engine and chipset with all I/O ports.

Architecture

Stoney Ridge is the successor of the Carrizo architecture and the design is almost identical. Thanks to optimized manufacturing processes and more aggressive Boost behavior, however, the clocks are a bit higher at the same power consumption. The memory controller now also supports DDR4-RAM, in this case up to 2133 MHz. Stoney Ridge is the designation for the smaller dual-core and single-core chip, while Bristol Ridge is the bigger quad-core chip with dual-channel memory controller. More technical details are available in the following articles:

Performance

Because of the significantly lower clock range, the A6-9210 should be noticeably slower than the A9-9410.

Graphics Card

The integrated Radeon R4 (Stoney Ridge) GPU is probably similar to the R5 with 192 active shader units (3 compute cores), but a reduced clock of just 600 instead of 800 MHz. More details about the GPU are available in the linked articles above. 

Power Consumption

AMD specifies the TDP of the A6-9210 with 15 Watts, but it can be configured between 10-15 Watts. This means the APU is a good choice for thin and light notebooks.

AMD A9-9420

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The AMD A9-9420 is an entry-level chip from the Stoney-Ridge APU series for notebooks (7th APU generation), which was announced mid 2016. At its launch, the A9-9420 is the fastest Stoney Ridge processor (dual-core version of Bristol Ridge) and takes over that place from the A9-9410 (-100 MHz CPU clock). It integrates two CPU cores (one Excavator module with 2 integer and on FP unit) clocked between 3 - 3.6 GHz. It also includes a Radeon R5 GPU with 192 shaders at 800 MHz as well as a single-channel DDR4-2133 memory controller, H.265 video engine and chipset with all I/O ports.

Architecture

Stoney Ridge is the successor of the Carrizo architecture and the design is almost identical. Thanks to optimized manufacturing processes and more aggressive Boost behavior, however, the clocks are a bit higher at the same power consumption. The memory controller now also supports DDR4-RAM, in this case up to 2133 MHz. Stoney Ridge is the designation for the smaller dual-core and single-core chip, while Bristol Ridge is the bigger quad-core chip with dual-channel memory controller. More technical details are available in the following articles:

Performance

Thanks to the high maximum clock of up to 3.6 GHz, the single-core performance should be pretty good. The multi-core performance on the other hand is much lower compared to the Bristol Ridge models. Compared to older Carrizo-L/Beema quad-cores, the APU should still perform pretty well. The level of performance should be similar to a Core-m3 and therefore also be sufficient for more demanding applications.

The TDP can be configured between 10-25 Watts, so there can be big performance differences under sustained workloads.

Graphics Card

The integrated Radeon R5 (Stoney Ridge) GPU has 192 active shader units (3 compute cores) clocked at up to 800 MHz. More details about the GPU are available in the linked articles above. 

Power Consumption

AMD specifies the TDP of the A9-9420 with 15 Watts, but it can be configured between 10-25 Watts. This means the CPU is a good choice for thin and light notebooks, but also 15-inch devices with better cooling capabilities.

AMD E2-9010AMD A6-9210AMD A9-9420
AMD Bristol RidgeAMD Bristol RidgeAMD Bristol Ridge
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AMD A9-94253100 - 3700 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-9420e - 2500? MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94203000 - 3600 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94102900 - 3500 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92252600 - 3000 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92202500 - 2900 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-9220C1800 - 2700 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92102400 - 2800 MHz2 / 2
AMD A4-91202200 - 2500 MHz2 / 2
AMD A4-9120C1600 - 2400 MHz2 / 2
» AMD E2-90102000 - 2200 MHz2 / 2
AMD E2-90001800 - 2200 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94253100 - 3700 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-9420e - 2500? MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94203000 - 3600 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94102900 - 3500 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92252600 - 3000 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92202500 - 2900 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-9220C1800 - 2700 MHz2 / 2
» AMD A6-92102400 - 2800 MHz2 / 2
AMD A4-91202200 - 2500 MHz2 / 2
AMD A4-9120C1600 - 2400 MHz2 / 2
AMD E2-90102000 - 2200 MHz2 / 2
AMD E2-90001800 - 2200 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94253100 - 3700 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-9420e - 2500? MHz2 / 2
» AMD A9-94203000 - 3600 MHz2 / 2
AMD A9-94102900 - 3500 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92252600 - 3000 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92202500 - 2900 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-9220C1800 - 2700 MHz2 / 2
AMD A6-92102400 - 2800 MHz2 / 2
AMD A4-91202200 - 2500 MHz2 / 2
AMD A4-9120C1600 - 2400 MHz2 / 2
AMD E2-90102000 - 2200 MHz2 / 2
AMD E2-90001800 - 2200 MHz2 / 2
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iGPUAMD Radeon R2 (Stoney Ridge) ( - 600 MHz)AMD Radeon R4 (Stoney Ridge) ( - 600 MHz)AMD Radeon R5 (Stoney Ridge) ( - 800 MHz)
AMD Bristol Ridge E2-9010AMD Bristol Ridge A6-9210
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Cinebench R15 - CPU Multi 64Bit
91 Points (2%)
min: 124     avg: 132     median: 134 (3%)     max: 138 Points
Cinebench R15 - CPU Single 64Bit
53 Points (24%)
min: 75     avg: 80.3     median: 81 (37%)     max: 85 Points
Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Multi 64Bit
1.1 Points (3%)
1.6 Points (4%)
Cinebench R11.5 - CPU Single 64Bit
0.6 Points (32%)
min: 0     avg: 1 (49%)     max: 1 Points
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Single 32Bit
1871 Points (20%)
min: 2761     avg: 2868.3     median: 2875 (31%)     max: 2969 Points
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
3268 Points (5%)
min: 4627     avg: 4830     median: 4841 (7%)     max: 5022 Points
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Multiple CPUs 64Bit
6757 Points (9%)
Cinebench R10 - Rendering Single CPUs 64Bit
3410 Points (33%)
wPrime 2.0x - 1024m *
1142.4 seconds (14%)
min: 673     avg: 710.1     median: 710 (8%)     max: 747 seconds
wPrime 2.0x - 32m *
37.1 seconds (7%)
min: 20     avg: 21.3     median: 21 (4%)     max: 21 seconds
WinRAR - Result
769 KB/s (9%)
X264 HD Benchmark 4.0 - Pass 2
7.4 fps (0%)
X264 HD Benchmark 4.0 - Pass 1
39.2 fps (15%)
TrueCrypt - Serpent Mean 100MB
0.1 GB/s (5%)
0.1 GB/s (7%)
TrueCrypt - Twofish Mean 100MB
0.1 GB/s (5%)
0.2 GB/s (7%)
TrueCrypt - AES Mean 100MB
0.8 GB/s (4%)
1.1 GB/s (6%)
Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 1M *
27.9 Seconds (6%)
18.3 Seconds (4%)
Super Pi mod 1.5 XS 2M *
61.5 Seconds (3%)
min: 39     avg: 40.5     median: 40 (2%)     max: 41 Seconds
Super Pi Mod 1.5 XS 32M *
1295.6 Seconds (6%)
min: 824     avg: 866.2     median: 866 (4%)     max: 908 Seconds
3DMark 11 - Performance Physics 1280x720
1241 points (6%)
min: 1569     avg: 1659     median: 1632 (8%)     max: 1776 points
3DMark - Ice Storm Standard Physics 1280x720
19241 Points (12%)
3DMark - Ice Storm Extreme Physics 1920x1080
18148 Points (22%)
3DMark - Ice Storm Unlimited Physics 1280x720 offscreen
12726 Points (15%)
min: 18866     avg: 18894.5     median: 18894 (22%)     max: 18923 Points
3DMark - Cloud Gate Standard Physics 1280x720
919 Points (2%)
min: 1375     avg: 1455     median: 1455 (4%)     max: 1535 Points
3DMark - Fire Strike Physics 1920x1080
1268 Points (4%)
min: 2153     avg: 2155     median: 2155 (7%)     max: 2157 Points
Geekbench 2 - 32 Bit - Stream
3104 Points (25%)
Geekbench 2 - 32 Bit - Memory
2675 Points (24%)
Geekbench 2 - 32 Bit - Floating Point
3377 Points (6%)
Geekbench 2 - 32 Bit - Integer
2957 Points (5%)
Geekbench 2 - 32 Bit - Total Score
3062 Points (7%)
Geekbench 3 - 32 Bit Multi-Core Score
2348 Points (3%)
Geekbench 3 - 32 Bit Single-Core Score
1415 Points (29%)
Geekbench 3 - 64 Bit Multi-Core Score
2484 Points (7%)
Geekbench 3 - 64 Bit Single-Core Score
1516 Points (31%)
Geekbench 4.0 - Compute OpenCL Score
7652 Points (3%)
Geekbench 4.0 - 64 Bit Multi-Core Score
2307 Points (8%)
Geekbench 4.0 - 64 Bit Single-Core Score
1512 Points (25%)
Geekbench 4.4 - 64 Bit Single-Core Score
1610 Points (25%)
Geekbench 4.4 - 64 Bit Multi-Core Score
2402 Points (4%)
Mozilla Kraken 1.1 - Total Score *
3043.3 ms (5%)
2119.7 ms (4%)
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score *
234.5 ms (3%)
148.1 ms (2%)
Octane V2 - Total Score
10419 Points (20%)
min: 15762     avg: 17290     median: 17290 (33%)     max: 18818 Points

Average Benchmarks AMD E2-9010 → 100%

Average Benchmarks AMD A9-9420 → 122%

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Redaktion, 2017-09- 8 (Update: 2017-09-11)