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AMD A4-5300 APU 3.4Ghz Processor AD5300OKHJBOX
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- 3.4 GHz Dual-Core
- Integrated GPU: AMD Radeon 7480D
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Working with computers, this is a nice note for gamers on a budget. A processor with higher processing power (i.e. 3.4-3.6 ghz) per core rather than a higher number of cores is excellent for gaming. So I would highly recommend this for as I said, the gamer with a budget.
On the concept of basic use, very fast booting, opens programs immediately and manages all essential tasks wonderfully. Great overall performance from this processor.
For what it's worth, my computer build is as follows:
-Case - Rosewill Micro-ATX mini tower
-PSU - Corsair 430W CX430 R
-Motherboard - MSI socket FM2/AMD A75
-CPU - AMD A4-5300 APU
-Ram - this Kingston Hyper X Blu 4gb module
-HDD - Spare 100 GB HDD I had lying around.
As a HTPC chip this is a great option, in fact it is probably a little overpowered for probably most HTPC systems. I run XMBC and have been able to play any and every form of media from DVDs to 3D HD content. As a by product of using this processor I have been able to use my HTPC for gaming. I've been pleasantly surprised at the gaming performance which is offered by this low cost CPU/GPU. I have personally played Hitman Absolution, Ages of Empires HD, and Dishonored on this HTPC.
Case: Apex MI-008 Mini ITX Tower Case w/250W Power Supply
Motherboard: ASRock FM2A88X-ITX+
Memory: Kingston Technology Hyper X 4GBx2 1600MHz DDR3 KHX1600C9D3
Hard Drive: Seagate 2TB 3.5 7200RPM
Optical Drive: LG UH12NS30 Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer
TV Tuner: Ceton InfiniTV 4 PCIe
I'm sending the picture by Wireless HD to an Epson 3010e Projector. The whole setup runs very smooth. Prior to this build, I encountered a lot of lag using Windows Media Center. This new build with this processor is very smooth and responsive. I am very happy with this purchase.
I reused the old case with this, a new mobo, 1600 Crucial ram, and topped it off with an 60GB Intel 330. This little thing booted fast and ran fast and smooth.
Just remember to pair this up with at least 1600 ram for better performance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this for a personal build, and placed in 16GB of 1600mhz ram. I also have an ssd.
The speed is inadequate as it delays when opening simple folders and files. Read more
I didn't want to buy this processor, just as a small note to be aware of when you read this.
I bought this processor to test a motherboard when my athlon 860k decided to... Read more
It survives as a daily use CPU, and can do some mild gaming. It was definitely worth the $45+ that I spent on it, given that the editing PC that I put it in has been working great... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Apotherisk
My job was to build a computer that could handle MS Office, web browsing and watching movies. Can handle all of this ridiculously easily. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michael Marsh