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December 9, 2011
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If you are looking for a basic chip for everyday use this will work great for you. The concept of these chips was always cool to me. I set it up originally as a home theater PC (HTPC). It was able to do all my video playback in 1080p without problems. There was no lag on the system. It is decent a playing video games and you can crossfire the APU with a graphics card if you need more. I use this chip now when I make computers for someone too. It is a cheap processor for what it can do and it is more than powerful enough for general everyday use that most people do on the computer. Granted if you are doing processor intensive activities or high end gaming this will not be for you. It is more for a media / everyday experience.
This Processor has been working great in a build I made for my mom. She wanted a basic computer to browse and check emails along with some occasional Youtube and minor picture editing. It's been running great and does the job well. Great value for a simple pc build with a little headroom.
A new motherboard-cpu combo to me , yet seems fast and economical for win8 pro media center home computer builder .I suggest buying a higher multicore cpu-apu for gaming as this is good as my Intel P-4 HT 530 cpu in old Dell mobo(which could not upgrade to win8 as Dell would not help rewrite old 2006 bios function.
I never bothered with integrated graphics before but I love this. Bought it for my Media PC and does everything I want - which is mostly streaming internet video and playing media from my home network. I don't game on this PC but many other reviews claim that the integrated graphics on this CPU is enough to play most modern games, just on low settings. Stays nice and cool even with the stock fan in my Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced Mini-ITX Computer Case.
I needed a cheap but efficient CPU and GPU for my Home Theater PC, and this, as recommended by a Lifehacker article, fit the bill! I've had an excellent experience with both the speed and power of this budget priced APU. Highly recommended for any application short of gaming.
This is a fairly low-cost dual-core processor, but the graphics are excellent. It's a great value for a budget media PC. It comes with a heat sink and fan which install easily in the FM1 socket of your motherboard. I've had no trouble with it.
AMD might be lagging behind in the high end market, but this combo CPU/GPU at this price is great for the average user. The low power consumption means the system runs without heating up, is energy efficient and is almost silent as you don't need to crank the fans up to keep it cool.