this processor is nice. I have it with 8 Gig and Windows ...
Towani "Chris", Amazon
16 July 2014
Summary: Boy, this processor is nice. I have it with 8 Gig and Windows 8. Can play LotRO on High and STO on High. I'd recommend this product. Just don't expect to play the latest games on Very High. Monitor running at 1920x1200 resolution.
Summary: Replaced old AMD single core. Used a Gigabyt GA-F2A55M-HD2 Mobo with it. Very satisfied. I only have one tv hooked up to it, but want to suse the "Eyefinity" so bad!!!! Added 4 gigs of Crucial Ballistix sport.
Summary: My first AMD CPU/APU. Dual-core at 3.9GHz, and it only idles at 35C. It does get toasty, so I suggest the Arctic Cooling Alpine 64+ CPU cooler. Watching 1080p movies, or 4K DVD, it heats up to 50-60C. Being only dual-core, overclocking to 4.1GHz makes it feel like a quad-core. AMD has gained my attention. As an owner of two AMD APU, I'm giving the FX 6300 a try soon. 6 cores and over 3GHz is very beastly.
Summary: I picked up an A6-6400K off another site as a CPU to use for an HTPC project not too long ago. It's more than capable of that job, far above the requirements for any kind of workload like that. In single-threaded applications, I can't tell the difference between this and my FX-8350 based big rig, or my i7 office computer.
Pros: More than adequate performance for all but the most demanding tasks, much stronger graphics than the competition, low power consumption, great price.
Cons: Dual core, not for heavily multithreaded software. Not the best choice for very intensive gaming.
Summary: good but i recommend a am3+ because they have 4 core and 8 core cpu's but this is good for somthing like call of duty or minecraft but not high end games like bf4 and watch dogs oh it runs the forest like a boss suprised by that