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AMD Dual-Core A4-Series APU for Desktops A4-4000 with Radeon HD 7480D (AD4000OKHLBOX)


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  • Dual Core CPU
  • Radeon HD7480D GPU
  • Socket FM2
  • 65W
  • AMD Turbo Core 3.0
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Processor Speed 3.2 GHz 3.4 GHz 3.6 GHz 3.33 GHz
Number of Cores 2 2 2 2
CPU Socket Type FM2 Socket F NA AMD - FM1
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CB2MT1S
  • Item model number: AD4000OKHLBOX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 4, 2013

Product Description

AMD's third generation APU provides another impressive step forward in technology. The Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) boasts 42% of it's genetic make up as GPU based, utilizing the Radeon HD7xxx series, making this the industry's fastest APU. That allows AMD to deliver balanced architectures for future heterogeneous computing while winning at today's gaming, compute, imaging, and video workloads. Nowhere else is the best performance for mainstream computing be found for such an incredible value!

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Runs good for Grandma games Email and things like that!
JayDawg
More than enough power for instantaneous web browsing/email/all the usual stuff, and even some of the modern games, if you can live without "maximum" settings.
Kyle E. Kneisl
The GPU portion of the APU runs fine on old games and simple emulators great.
Jarred J. Ibarra

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kyle E. Kneisl on September 2, 2013
So, I've made about 3 or 4 builds for myself and friends with this CPU. Here's what I like:

1) Unless you're a serious gamer, the integrated graphics on this thing are surprisingly boss. For something like HD video, you're not even REMOTELY cracking a sweat with this CPU. Now, I don't suggest you play the latest generation of games set for maximum settings on this--it's certainly not good enough for that--but you'd be really hard pressed to do better than these graphics without buying a $100+ graphics card.

2) You're still getting two cores on the Richland CPU series (so, I guess one Richland "unit"). Really quite snappy. The next step down from this (with integrated graphics) from AMD would be something like an E-450 or E-350, and this thing thermonuclearly annihilates both of those.

3) More than enough power for instantaneous web browsing/email/all the usual stuff, and even some of the modern games, if you can live without "maximum" settings.

4) When this thing is going on full blast, CPU cores maxed out, pinned, the whole rig (including motherboard, etc) isn't even going to crack 100W. This means it's a great choice for a little case with a little power supply, or what have you.

In my view, it's just about the most amazing thing you can buy in the $50 range. Here's some of the builds I have made with this CPU:

1) Paired with an inexpensive micro-ATX motherboard, we built a RAID NAS/file server/mail server running on a Debian distro. When all of these things are maximally in use at the same time, the CPU isn't even breaking a sweat. My friend says this is much, much, much, much faster than he expected, and is much faster than the older refurbished computer he was going to use for the purpose.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jarred J. Ibarra on February 15, 2014
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Let me start by saying I expected little of this processor. It was bought to flash a Gigabyte FM2+ motherboard bios to the latest version for use with a A10-7850K APU. But due to Amazon not shipping them nearly a month after they've been released, I've had more time with this APU than I thought I would.

While waiting for my A10 APU to come in, I set up the system with 8gb of ram, a 1TB hard drive and Windows 7. I put on some very light games. Plants Vs. Zombiez, Half Life 2, Left 2 Dead 2, F.E.A.R. and a couple of great 2D indie titles. The GPU portion of the APU runs fine on old games and simple emulators great. Then I pulled out something casual I thought most systems capable of playing... Minecraft.

Compared to pre-bulldozer generation AMD budget processors, it's slow, and during Minecraft, it really shows since Java uses a lot of CPU cycles. At 12 blocks render distance, the game would frequently come to a screeching halt. It wasn't the graphics holding the chip back, but the CPU. Looking at the resources Minecraft was demanding, it was frequently pushing the CPU to 100% utilization. I had to lower block distance to 6 before I would get along without it taking breaks to make new blocks.

But I didn't think a 3.2Ghz dual core would be so painfully obvious when it hit 100% utilization. Or that more often than not it was inferior to older generation Athlon II X2 processors I have used. Clock for clock, it is slower. But at least it still feels head over heels faster than the old Pentium 4s. The graphics are at least three times as good as the old HD 4250 integrated into motherboards back in the day though.

But mediocre CPU performance by itself isn't so bad. It's not a powerhouse and at the price it is at, it shouldn't be expected to be.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Edward on February 4, 2014
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This compared to my FX 6300 is rather slow but adequate for watching movies and browsing web. Can be used for a home server whether it be streaming, gaming, File, Web,etc
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jaxon on December 28, 2013
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I bought this to build a computer for my dad. It performs everything he needs done well and didn't cost much. Just don't expect a powerful workhorse and you'll be pleased.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JayDawg on February 16, 2014
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Runs good for Grandma games Email and things like that! I think its a very good price and bang for your buck dual-core.
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