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AMD Athlon 5350 APU, 2.05Ghz, AD5350JAHMBOX

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  • Model: Quad-Core AMD Athlon APU Processor Model 5350
  • Core Count: 4
  • Frequency: 2.05 GHz
  • L2 Cache: 2 MB
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Number of Cores 4 4 4 2
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  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2.5 x 3 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00IOMFAQ0
  • Item model number: AD5350JAHMBOX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 9, 2014

Product Description

AMD Athlon 5350 Quad-Core APU Processor 2.0GHz Socket AM1, Retail

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It is very snappy.
Andrew
It does have a Fan attached to the APU. makes varely any noise.
Luis E Limon
It does these tasks quite well and with minimal power usage.
A. Thomas

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dan Barney on April 22, 2014
The SOC design keeps the associated AM1 mainboards very inexpensive, especially if you buy them as a combo with the CPU from certain online retailers. If you compare it to the budget Celerons available for similar builds, the Passmark scores are right on par, the AMD uses less than half the power, and at least in my case, the CPU+mainboard combo came out cheaper. Granted, the Celeron will smash it in single threaded apps, but from what I can tell, the most important stuff is multi-threaded now.

While the included fan is initially noisy on first boot, as long as you set up the SmartFan settings in the BIOS, you probably won't hear it again. While maxing-out the CPU on benchmark software, it never got hot enough to need even a third of the fan's maximum speed. The CPU itself is still somewhat pricey. Drop the price by $15 and it becomes a clear cut winner vs Intel in my opinion. Also, the heatsink mounting system was a bit of a hassle the first time through, but I managed to figure it out.

AMD may have a really good thing going with this CPU. It seems to hit a nice sweet spot in efficiency between Intel's Bay Trail (which is non-socketed, and severely limits mainboard options), and the more power hungry Celerons. While the 10W TDP of Bay Trail allows it to be passively cooled, and makes it a great choice for battery powered applications, it can't match the performance of the AMD, which in some ways, can keep up with the bigger Celerons, due to the quad cores.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RDC1231 on July 4, 2014
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Pros: What can this little guy do? A lot within a 25 watt design. I bought this with the intention of putting it in an energy efficient, everyday computer. My room, a converted sun room with three French doors with glass panels and bad blinds, soaks up a lot of sun and heat. Thus, in the summer, my room is always at least 4°f degrees hotter than the rest of the house without my main rig running. My main rig raises room temps 8-15°f degrees just to watch Netflix or Prime.
This thing brought my room temps down to “No computer is on” levels. When my room is usually 87°f, its now 79°f. Also, my main rig pulls between 130-160 watts to stream videos. This APU system pulls 20 watts. Coupled with an SSD, this APU system is quieter than anything else in my room. Its Dead Silent. The external drive with the fan off makes more noise than this baby. Its always cold to the touch and rarely do the fans ever spin up to audible levels.

Multitasking takes a small hit, but that is most likely due to memory (I’m only running this with a single 4GB DDR3-1333 stick and 128MB is reserved for the integrated GPU). Web page rendering is slower compared to my main rig; however, not by much. Trying to load multiple tabs at once, especially script and image heavy pages, does hold up the computer, but only for a moment at worst.

Cons: Dual Channel memory support is lacking, which would increase memory bandwidth. The APU only supports DDR3-1600. I feel support for faster memory and more bandwidth would improve the responsiveness. Also, it’s unknown (AKAIK) if the AM1 socket will see more CPUs, meaning this could be the fastest CPU for this socket. I bought it knowing it would, as of now, max out the socket, but with hope that this niche socket is continued to be supported.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua L. Beckett on May 27, 2014
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The Kabini line of APUs are out and this appears to be the most powerful as of current, and it's pretty freak'n cheap even for the top of the list. Using it for a slightly more powerful than normal box that I'll be using as an HTPC, a backup, and just overall something to tinker with. Works great so far and I've had no issues. Regarding the reviewer that gave it a 1 star, everything came with it including heatsink and heatsink mounting items, so apparently it was new for me, and even if it didn't come with heatsink mount screws, I would have still just grabbed some spare. It's nothing to rate a product so low about, especially if the processor worked.

Anyways, it's a nice little APU that hits a sweet spot for cash and the top of the performance for SoCs.
Not much more to say unless you want to head on over to AMD's website.
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I always have a hard time writing a product review. It's so rare that a product actually excites me enough that I even care to review it. This product really isn't any different in that particular regard but I figured I'd leave my 2 cents anyway.

Now, I'm giving this little processor 5 stars. It's not that I'm impressed with it though. Of course, I have multiple computers of varying performance levels so it's impossible for a processor such as this one to impress me.

If you have a computer from the last few years, this processor will not be an upgrade in any way. If you're using a computer with any Intel processor released prior to 2006 or AMD processor released prior to 2008 in it, this is a step up. It's not a power house. It's not going to play the latest games. It does, however, work very well for it's intended purpose. Web browsing, e-mail, streaming movies, streaming music and, document creation are what it's designed for. It does these tasks quite well and with minimal power usage. It will also perform these tasks with minimal noise. The processor runs very cool with the included heatsink/fan.

If you want a low-power system for web browsing, e-mail, streaming movies, streaming music and/or, document creation, this is exactly what you're looking for.

If you're looking to play Call of Duty or Battlefield 4, look else where. This processor will not cut it and you'll end up leaving a bad review for no reason.
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