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AMD A10-5800K APU 3.8Ghz Processor AD580KWOHJBOX

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  • Model: Quad-Core AMD A-Series APU Processor Model A10-5800K
  • Core Count: 4
  • Frequency: 3.8 GHz
  • L2 Cache: 4 MB
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Processor Series A-Series Eight-Core A10-5800K AMD A Series Unknown A-Series Quad-Core A8-5600K
Processor Speed 3.8 GHz 3.9 GHz 4.1 GHz 3.6 GHz
Number of Cores 4 4 4 4
CPU Socket Type NA NA NA NA
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 5 x 7.1 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0095VP8D4
  • Item model number: AD580KWOHJBOX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 3, 2012

Product Description

AMD A10-5800K Quad-Core APU Processor 3.8GHz Socket FM2, Retail (Black Edition)

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Customer Reviews

Very good processor.
If you have the money, buy a higher caliber APU so you won't need to upgrade in the future, but if you're on a budget this CPU is a great way to go.
Brandon Alexander
It is a great deal, and with a dedicated graphics card it becomes a great budget gaming rig.
Rudy Villalobos

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196 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Jason Kang on October 9, 2012
Friends, there are MANY reviews out there that cover the 'technical' aspects of this product (you'll see words like 'piledriver', '32nm', 'trinity', and 'HSA' thrown around, but who cares?) and LOTS of misinformation from people who won't put their mouth where their money is - you gotta try it before u knock on it first right? Yours truly bought it when available on day 1 (from Newegg, Amazon was 'out of stock') after following the news about it for a year. There's no such thing as a bad product, just bad prices right?

As a smart, savvy shopper (which you all are), you know you've got to compare apples to apples, especially when it comes to electronics. So what do we need to compare this to? The intel core i3-3225, ivy-bridge processor, which retails for about $130 at MicroCenter (the LOWEST price you will find this chip anywhere). Why not the bazillion other 'i3' processors floating around out there you ask? Because only the i3-3225 has the HD4000 integrated graphics baked in, which will give you the most graphic horsepower of the 'i3' lot. That being said, the A10-5800K is its direct competitor; it likewise has the strongest integrated graphics of the AMD side of these new 'fusion' chips. So why does this matter? Because if you want to play computer games on a budget, these are the chips you're going to want to look at. When I say budget, how much of a budget are we talking? I'm talking a $600 budget on EVERYTHING that goes into building a new computer, short of the monitor itself. I even got some premium hardware like a 128 SSD, a good Seasonic power supply, strong 1866 RAM, and barely broke $600. For the truly awesome bargain hunters, I have no doubt you could do this under $500.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By P. W. Achleman on December 23, 2012
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I bought this processor to go with my 2nd pc build, the one for me this time and I have to say so far I am very impressed. I coupled this with a Gigabyte GA-F2A85XM-D3H motherboard, 16GB Corsair Vengeance memory, 650W PSU and all is humming along. I've personally overclocked the cpu side to 4200 Mhz and the gpu side to 1000 Mhz and everything is running smoothly. As you will read all over the internet, getting good temp readings on this APU with the stock heat sink is about impossible and buying a heat sink will be the next purchase for me. I think I can comfortably get this up to 4500 Mhz with a good heat sink and I've seen some reports up to 4900 but don't think I will push it that high.

I, of course, chose the AMD APU for of budget reasons, when you compare the price of this at 120 here on Amazon with the Intel processors at 220+ and add on the price of the motherboards its kinda hard to justify the extra cost for the performance increases you might see with the Intel products. I am not a huge computer gamer, most of my gaming is done on Xbox but the games I have tried have looked very good with the settings on high with no performance issues (Empire Total War, Company of Heroes Tales of Valor and Lego Lord of the Rings).

As I said this is only my 2nd computer build and it makes me very happy and very proud to see components I picked and prodded over for months come together and work. It's highly gratifying and I have to say if you are even thinking about it, go for it! You will be like me, sitting at it for hours just doing simple things to see it work. Both of my builds have used AMD processors and they seem to make things very easy, which is good for us beginners.

So, in short I highly recommend this processor and highly recommend you building your own, its fairly easy and very gratifying!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 21, 2012
+'s: For Casual Gamers. Please Read
Rusty Hearts: 80-120 FPS (High)
Second Life: Varies, 20-90 FPS depending on environment (High)
Freejack Online: 60 FPS (High)
Tera Online: 20-50+ FPS (High, no shadows)
S4 League: 62 FPS (High)
IMVU: 30 FPS (lol)
Project Blackout: Over 60 FPS Easy (High)
Ragnarok Online: Over 60 FPS Easy (High)
Phantasy Star Online 2: 60+ (High)
Playstation Emulators: Runs flawlessly. Great FPS.
World of tanks: Over 60 fps
Left For dead 2: 80+ FPS (High)
Team Fortress 2: 80+ FPS (High)
Diablo 3, Final Fantasy 14, WoW, Final Fantasy 12, Perfect World International, Battlefield 3, Need for Speed Most Wanted: 2012, Guild Wars II, and Sleeping Dogs also run great on it at very playable fps at Medium-High (Mostly High!) Settings.

All this on HIGH SETTINGS.
Played with a resolution of 1600X900
If you want a cpu+gpu that can handle your casual games and a few hardcore ones while on a 500$ Budget, GET THIS THING!!!!

-'s: NONE. You'll be fine with the stock cooler. You don't HAVE to upgrade it. You'll still get these settings right out of the box.

Other Crazy Thoughts From my Pal: I can never understand why people who are fans of other products try to sway people's decisions on purchasing a product by posting bad reviews on something they don't own. I built one of these for someone and it plays games nicely with no lag on mid-high settings, (ie; BF3-35 fps solid, SWTOR 50-60 fps just to name a few) and it definitely out performs a P-4 Mr. Chris and yes I am calling you out on your poor review with no statistical data to back up your claim.
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