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AMD Athlon X4 860K Black Edition CPU Quad Core FM2+ 3700Mhz 95W 4MB AD860KXBJABOX
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- AMD Athlon esktop processors deliver excellent multi-threaded performance, now featuring the new AMD Athlon™ X4 880K with the near-silent 125W AMD Thermal Solution, featuring the AMD Wraith Cooler’s near-silent operation and capable thermal performance, without the illuminated shroud
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- CMOS Technology - 28nm
- Total Dedicated L2 Cache - 4MB
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Do more of the things you want to in less time and enhance your digital life with the multi-core performance and energy efficiency of AMD Athlon X4 860K Black Edition processor-based desktop systems. When combined with superior AMD Radeon discrete graphics card, systems based on the AMD Athlon processor deliver a vivid visual experience, superior multi-tasking, and exceptional digital media performance with next-generation energy efficiency.
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Also, the stock heatsink is so small, the cpu idles over 50C and i wouldn't be surprised if its slowing down to stay within its thermal limitations. I play a lot of games and my A10-5800k has been all i needed (paired with a 970 GTX video card) I can crank the settings and get smooth framerates. 45fps+ at 1080p
Before its arrival, I benchmarked the old CPU, an A10-6800K (aka the Athlon 760K with the onboard GPU enabled), so I basically swapped the Piledriver core chip with its new Kaveri core equivalent. The 6800K was running at 4.4 GHz when I did this, and I ran the 860K at 4.0 for the same runs. Some of the numbers were:
PassMark CPU Mark
6800K at 4.4: 5100
860K at 4.0: 6212
PassMark Single Core
6800K at 4.4: 1630
860K at 4.0: 1716
6800K at 4.4: 3.64
860K at 4.0: 3.73
3DMark11 Physics (CPU only test)
6800K at 4.4: 3803
860K at 4.0: 4227
In nearly all cases, the 860K beat its older counterpart despite a 400 MHz clock disadvantage. If you are trying to decide what FM2+ CPU to get, the 860K is the best value right now, especially if you catch it on sale. I'm still putting it through its paces, but this particular 860K is running at 4.1 GHz right now with no increase in voltage at all, and has been P95 stable for five hours and counting. Going to try to go higher with it, but already pleased with the 860K.
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Performs decent with a 750ti FTW for somewhat recent generation games