After I'd dealt with Kaveri's Processor Graphics thoroughly, I focused on its HSA features which as of today have little meaning for everyday computing but also are believed to provide wider chances to HPC-level GFLOPS in sub-$200 chips. (A full CPU-aspect review on Kaveri is here : http://udteam.tistory.com/) Today, I want to introduce and share some HSA-based benchmarks. Let's have a look. (All comparison groups are featured GTX 780 Ti and thus unable to boost their score via Accelerated mode in the most recent version of PCMark 8 except Kaveri : Its internal GPU wouldn't be disabled whether or not a discrete Graphics Card is installed. Actually user can manually choose to use it or not. Indeed, CPU-only OpenCL acceleration actually slows the performance down just like a CPU is trying to handle PhysX by its own) How's your opinion? Is Kaveri an attractive chip?