Reviews and Problems with AMD A-Series A4-3400 2,7GHz Socket FM1 Box
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Really, the best bang for the average persons Buck
15 September 2013
Summary: Great APU That is a cpu and a gpu in one chip? That is a good starting point for the average person using a computer. Most people only need to check the WEB, Email, Shop, Social media, average stuff, This is what most people need for the Money you can not beat it. If you play high end gaming, or do high end video editing, then you need something else and also a bigger bunch of CASH. You really will have a hard time to get a better Bang for your buck.
Summary: Based a replacement system on this CPU, it replaced a P4 HT 3.06GHz based system, nice performance improvement as would be expected. Replacement system is not used for games - just basic word processing, spreadsheets, web browsing, and the like - works great for these functions. So if building a budget system this CPU is a reasonable choice to base the system on.
Summary: I bought this for a media center, it has no issues playing any kind of video I throw at it. However, the best part is the fan is so quiet, you can't even hear it which is the biggest factor when it comes with media centers.
Summary: this is a pretty good cpu, the fan that came with it is a little noisy at times, but not often. for non gamers, this is an excellent cpu to have. tasks are being performed much quicker than the old single core cpu I had.
Summary: I was looking to upgrade a very old inlet system that i build years ago. I found a bundle deal with this processor included for a lil over 150 before rebate. Let me tell u all this thing kicks like a mule and preforms great. I checked the specs against bench marks for certain games and it lives up to what everyone else is saying.
Summary: Used this as part of a budget box to replace my dad's 7-year-old HP clunker. Considering the low price of this APU, it's hard to find fault. It survived stress testing with flying colors and is great option for any low-cost system. Relative to a 7-year old single-core Celeron, it's blazing fast.