Testing Out The Configurable TDP On AMD's Kaveri

Written by Michael Larabel in Processors on 22 January 2014. Page 3 of 3. 18 Comments

Kaveri's configurable TDP value is interesting if you want to assemble an AMD system in an ultra small form factor system and other use-cases. Lowering the TDP should be good enough to casual desktop users or for HTPC purposes, but for more compute-heavy workloads now you have a better idea for the performance impact.

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