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AMD Athlon 64 FX60 FX-60 Socket 939 2.6GHZ 1MB X 2 1.5V 110W

4.5 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • 2.6 Ghz x2
  • Socket 939
  • 64 Bit
  • L2 Cache 2 x 1MB
  • Released Jan 2006

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  • Brand Name: AMD
  • Model Number: ADAFX60CDBOX
  • Computer CPU Manufacturer: AMD

Product Description

FX-60, Socket-939, Process Technology 90nm, Level 1 Cache 128KB, Level 2 Cache 1024KB.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1.6 x 0.4 x 1.6 inches
Item Weight 1.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds
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ASIN B000E9X7M0
Item model number ADAFX60CDBOX
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4.5 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,772 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > CPU Processors
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com February 7, 2006

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By K. Huffman on April 28, 2013
A bit out dated by todays standards, but still a rock solid proc for light duty. I bought this proc in 2006 for gaming and was never disipointed with it. Finally upgraded to a phenom 2 x6 a couple years ago but still use this with my old asus motherboard and 4 gig of ram for running my server. You seriously cant beat a proc that still works like the day I bought it 7 years later!!
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It has been four years now since I built my first PC, and included in it was the AMD FX-60. It was the first Dual-core processor specifically designed with gaming in mind. Let me just tell you that even to this day (with the help of nvidia 8800 GTS graphics card) it plays my favorite games at top specs. It is fast and peppy still while running Windows XP professional, and I am glad I bought this little processor. Not one problem with it and it is still heavily sought after by modders. Try and find this processor for under $250 on ebay. Good luck. I can't think of another CPU that is 4+ years old that has held its value like the FX-60.

I'm sure I will get another 2-3 years out of this puppy. So, if you want to build a PC for cheap by the FX-60. It runs everything out there (day to day stuff) perfectly still. It's too bad AMD stopped putting the quality they put in this processor into their stuff of today (2009). Oh well.
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I was lazy and decided to get this processor instead of upgrading my entire rig (still have a 939 socket mobo) and now I really regret it.

After listening to claims that this processor is still able to "run through almost anything I throw at it" and "gets the job done, even now" from different people I decided to buy this since I did not want to buy a new mobo and ram. Needless to say, i'm not impressed with this processor after upgrading from the 4200+. I expected to over clock this thing to 3ghz on a high end fan but after a day of tweaking and testing, I can't go any higher than 2.8ghz stable. I feel sorry for all the people that bought this thing when it was $600-$800 as the performance is hardly better than my 4200+ overclocked to 2.55ghz.

Long story short. Go buy newer (better) processors that are much cheaper than this primitive cpu, don't be lazy and just upgrade everything. But I'm sure most of you already knew that.

Other than that, it got here fast enough and matched the description.
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The processor worked as expected and topped out my win 7 index for processing power, it worked great but it is fairly old technology now, I have since purchased a new computer replacement.
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