PCMark 8, a Standard System Performance Measurement Benchmark


​PCMark 8 Benchmark: the global standard

PCMark 8 was developed in partnership with over 25 industry leaders including Acer, AMD, Condusiv Technologies, Dell, HGST, HP, Intel, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Samsung, SanDisk, Seagate, and Western Digital. It is the standard for not just the industry, but international entities such as the European Commission, France, Northern Ireland, and Brazil. Why? Because PCMark doesn’t simply measure CPU performance, but the total performance of modern systems including CPUs, GPUs and APUs.

PCMark 8 Database

All PCMark 8 users can publish their score online in the Futuremark Score Database. But benchmark scores depend on many criteria such as processor, memory speed, graphics, storage type (SSD, HDD, Hybrid HDD)  etc., so apples-to-apples comparison can be sometimes challenging.

We've collected here a subset of scores tested on platforms available in the market and made the navigation easier across memory and storage configurations.

Notebook Processors Benchmark Results

Created with Highcharts 4.0.4 3,563 3,457 3,389 3,387 3,367 3,303 3,288 3,249 3,240 3,183 A10-5750M PRO A10-7350B Core i5-4200M Core i5-4210U Core i3-4000M PRO A8-7150B Core i3-4030U A8-5550M A6-5350M PRO A6-7050B

Desktop Processors Benchmark Results

Created with Highcharts 4.0.4 4,050 4,038 3,992 3,952 3,860 3,817 3,759 3,652 3,626 3,621 3,580 3,313 3,300 3,060 PRO A10-7850B PRO A10-7800B i5-4670K PRO A8-7600B i5-4570 PRO A6-7400B Pentium G3420 i3-4330 Pentium G3220 PRO A4-7350B i3-4130 A6-6400B A4-7300B A4-6300B

By clicking on any benchmark bar, you will get the full PCMark 8 report showing all the details of the configuration tested. These scores are all based on 3rd party testing. AMD is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the performance of these tests.