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AMD A4-3300 APU with AMD Radeon 6410 HD Graphics 2.5GHz Socket FM1 65W Dual-Core Processor - Retail (AD3300OJGXBOX)
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- Accelerate the most demanding applications for superb performance with AMD App Acceleration.
- Dual-graphics capability enables improved speed, enhanced resolution and fast frame rates.
- Dual graphics capabilities can boost visual performance up to 75%.
- Unrivaled, discrete-level DirectX 11-capable graphics and powerful AMD processor technology combined on a single chip.
- Unlike the competition, AMD A-Series APUs discrete-level graphics cores stay on when paired with select AMD RadeonTM HD 6000 series graphics cards.
- Model: Dual-Core AMD A-Series APU Processor Model A4-3300
- Core Count: 2
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The new AMD A-Series APU joins world-class, discrete-level graphics technology and responsive processing power on a single chip, elevating the visual experience to stunning new HD heights. Discrete-level graphics with full DirectX 11 support lets you enjoy lifelike detail and realistic effects in games. Edit HD photos and videos with ease and responsiveness thanks to quad-core power. And surf the Web, stream video and work in everyday applications at blazing-fast speeds with accelerated application support. All this in a compact, energy-efficient design that's as affordable as it is stunning. This new design requires an FM1 socket and is not backwards compatible with the AM3 socket.
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Now about the quad-core review. Well, an idiot reviewed it. The ad clearly states dual core and if there was a mis-print, then some external research would have told the whole story. Don't believe an idiots' review of any product.
I paired this with an Asus board and have 16GB of RAM since the price of ram is down way under $100 for 4X4GB Ram. Of course 8X8 is more, but you could easily put 32 GB of ram in this at little cost. I got a Crucial 128GB Solid state drive for boot and some essential programs and external USB3.0 Western Digital 2GB Black drive for storage. I have a rather small case and it fits nicely under the TV.
Now I stream all kinds of media via Internet using Hulu, Vuze, Amazon Prime, Itunes... every other conceivable product for streaming and I have full HDMI to my Vizio LCD-LED monitor.
I am just floored that you can get an APU that does so much for so little money and power. If it weren't for the LED on the case, you would never know it was on. You can easily put this in an ITX case and be very happy. I wanted more RAM to deliver a better viewing experience. I considered a lower power AMD Video 6xxx series HD card. No need. This just does it and smashes the Intel Sandy bridge into the dust. I would give this APU 10 stars if I could.
Thanks for reading my review.
For the price this was a great setup. For someone who will not be doing heavy gaming or for a older/younger person who will mainly use it to watch youtube or facebook this is a great price for a very good cpu.
I bought the following setup, basically for $225 shipped from another etailer:
MSI A55M-P33 FM1 AMD A55 motherboard
2x2 gb Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 1600 mhz RAM
Logisys 480W PSU
DIYPC Mid Tower
Windows 7 Experience Index (granted its useless but figured i'd include it)
Gaming Graphics 6.3
Primary Hard Disk 5.9
If you are going to spend time on building a new system, don't waste time on this and get at least quad.
Resale value of quad will be way higher plus even A8 is power efficient so, you will not be saving electricity during low performance/idle usage.
All apu require new ddr3 and motherboard....
When you skip this dual core cpu and get a Quad apu, you are functionally getting medium graphics card plus double the core for just few more bucks.
So you ends up with $350 lowest end dual core or $370 A6 or $410 A8 system.
Amazon price for A8 drop to $130 then spiked to $199.
Mean while price for this drop to $65. So price differential is becoming more reasonable for the value.
However, price fluctuation due to stores not carrying them due to temperary not in stock so I expect to see $130 or below prices for A8.
I would still say this cpu is NOT worth it since it require motherboard cpu and ram change.