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General information FX-6120 Turion II Ultra Mobile M620
Launched Q2 2012 Q1 2010
Used in Desktop Mobile
Factory AMD AMD
Socket AM3+ S1
Clock 3.5 GHz 0 % 2.5 GHz 28.6 %
Cores 6 0 % 2 66.7 %
Threads 6 0 % 2 66.7 %
Thermal Design Power (TDP) 95 W 0 % 35 W 63.2 %
Performance FX-6120 Turion II Ultra Mobile M620
Overall Score 39815 0 % 26934 32.4 %
Future Proof 30 % 0 % 17 % 43.3 %
Benchmark Score 2513 0 % 526 79.1 %
Single Thread Score 1397.7 0 % 951.6 31.9 %
Encrypting Data 1191.1 MB/s 0.9 % 1201.6 MB/s 0 %
Compressing Data 63.9 MB/s 0 % 18.9 MB/s 70.5 %
String objects sorting 8760.1 thousand/s 0 % 2500.9 thousand/s 71.5 %
Prime numbers generation 21.8 millions/s 0 % 2 millions/s 90.8 %
Mathemathic operations (integer) 14148.4 millions/s 0 % 1577.4 millions/s 88.9 %
Mathemathic operations (float) 7134.6 millions/s 0 % 2338.3 millions/s 67.2 %

Comparison of average FPS

Comparison of average FPS count by settings on resolution 1920 × 1080 (FHD (1080p)) for FX-6120, Turion II Ultra Mobile M620.

Average frames per second FX-6120 Turion II Ultra Mobile M620
Screen resolution: 1920 × 1080 pixels   Change
Ultra settings 73.0 FPS 36.4 FPS
High settings 116.7 FPS 58.2 FPS
Medium settings 145.9 FPS 72.8 FPS
Low settings 182.4 FPS 91.0 FPS
Difference 0 % 50.1 %

Grand Theft Auto V Frames per second

Comparison of FPS count by settings on resolution 1920 × 1080 (FHD (1080p)) in game 1920 × 1080 (FHD (1080p)) for Grand Theft Auto V.

Grand Theft Auto V FX-6120 Turion II Ultra Mobile M620
Screen resolution: 1920 × 1080 pixels   Change
Ultra settings 120.6 FPS 97.8 FPS
High settings 192.9 FPS 156.5 FPS
Medium settings 241.1 FPS 195.6 FPS
Low settings 301.4 FPS 244.5 FPS
Difference 0 % 18.9 %
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