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AMD A6-6400K Richland 3.9GHz Socket FM2 65W Dual-Core Desktop Processor AMD Radeon HD AD640KOKHLBOX

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CPU Model Family amd a series none a6 7400k amd a series
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AMD A6-64000K Dual-Core APU Processor 3.9GHz Socket FM2, Retail (Black Edition)

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Processor 3.9 GHz AMD A Series
Brand Name AMD
Item model number AD640KOKHLBOX
Item Weight 8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 12.4 x 5 x 7.1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 12.4 x 5 x 7.1 inches
Processor Brand AMD
Processor Count 2
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM

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ASIN B00CPLGFM4
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4.7 out of 5 stars 148 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #58 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > CPU Processors
Shipping Weight 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available June 4, 2013

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this cpu is incredible for the price. It has great speed even though it only has 2 cores. I can play battlefield 3 on low settings pretty well with integrated graphics. i would absolutely recomend it for any build. If you pair this with a nice graphics card, you could build a very cheap gaming pc easy!
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I used this in a mini-itx HTPC build. I'm quite satisfied with the results. I managed to build a computer for little more than $200 because of the price point. I would recommend this if all you want out of a graphics card is hd video playback.

That being said, I've also been able to run DotA 2 on low-medium settings without problems. I haven't used it extensively for gaming, but it has been manageable when I've tried it out.
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I used this with a Gigabyte A88x mini-itx board for a htpc running Fedora 20, MythTV 0.27, and XBMC 13 Gotham using open source Radeon drivers for video acceleration and bitstreaming DTS-HD & TrueHD.

I have traditionally used Intel processors and sometimes added Nvidia graphics cards for smooth playback using VAAPI or VDPAU acceleration. VAAPI doesn't work great in MythTV. I wanted to play around with an AMD setup and I am glad I did. Very smooth playback and no tearing. HD Audio works perfect as well. I had a i3-2100 & i3-3225 setup before this one and this is a lot better for HTPC on Linux.

Debated deducting one star for being lower performance in general compared to Intel procs, but for my use I won't notice at all. This is superior.
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I used this to build a computer for a friend - a little under powered compared to a dedicated CPU but this APU concept is growing on me. Dual core has a nasty ring to it for me as I've been operating under quad cores for the last three years, but I decided to take a gamble (with someone else's money, no less) and I have to say I'm impressed.

It's quite a bit speedier than I would have imagined - I'm using it right now, in fact. I've tested a few games with it and am impressed with how well it handles the graphics. I never would have imagined since integrated GPUs have never been very favorable in terms of performance. I may be changing my tune... And having my friend upgrade to a higher end model so I can test that out later!
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Plug and Play, easy to install, fast reliable AMD you can't go wrong.
I have a 1 gig fast graphics card [GPU] so I wanted to test the GPU in the CPU [the processor]. I logged into World of War Craft [a very graphics demanding game] without the graphics cards and noted the automatic settings for the game. I then shut down the PC, installed the card I have and went back into the game, nothing changed, same exact auto settings and same visual look of the game. If you want to play online games and don't have the jing for a card you don't need one with this CPU, now isn't that a super good deal? You bet it is.
Without AMD, Intel has the world by the,,, um,, ya those things, so give it some thought, save some cash, get a great CPU/GPU and help keep Intel from ruling the world, it is in your hands.
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I used this APU in a passively cooled (no fans) Home Theater PC (HTPC) build I was doing. It works great. I stream live TV from an HD Homerun Prime (1080i with surround) with no issues and I can stream 1080P content with 5.1 DTS (surround sound) without any issues. Definitely not for gaming, but should work great for anything else. I run windows 8.1 and have used Netflix, Hulu and Plex for streaming movies and TV without any performance issues.
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By OWilde on January 30, 2014
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I'm not a mad gamer, not really a power user, but I have run this processor through a few different uses and I'm impressed.

My Box--Ubuntu 12.04. A6-6400k stock fan/heat sink. Corsair CX430 PSU. 8 Gig Kingston 1600 Mhz DDR3. Western Digital Blue 1Tb HDD. Gigabyte GA-F2A85XM-D3H AMD MoBo.

Very good graphics on board the A6, no need for a graphics card.

I use this mostly as a DAW (digital audio workstation) and so far no issues running KXStudio/Ardour/LMMS. I've ripped some DVDs using Handbrake without any issues. Played some games on Steam--no issues. Runs XBMC and VLC no problems. Plays FTL no problem (not at all a game that loads the APU). Open Arena plays smoothly even on the highest settings.
No serious lag issues. Having a few issues getting Gimp to not randomly crash, but I don't think the problem is processor related.
One item worthy of note--I have 8 gigs of RAM installed, as seen by the BIOS on start up, though when the OS is running, it sees just over 7 gigs. The best explanation I have found is about a gig of RAM is used/set aside for the GPU. No problems as far as I can detect caused by this...

Seems like a great deal for the price. Quite pleased.
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CPU is used with an ASUS MB and is stable and fast. Thier are many variables that will change the performance of CPUs but for the price this is perfect for use as a home media server. Even with four 4k videos streaming the CPU stays stable and relativly cool.As stated there is many variables but the CPU performs very stable and more than fast enough in my configuration.
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