Good Price, Nice Performance. Bit of an OC'er too!
J. Phillips "JP20Boss", Amazon
4 October 2013
Summary: I bought this CPU for a little over $60 for a cheap gaming build. For a while I relied on the integrated graphics, but later made the decision to buy a Radeon HD 7700 series GPU. I decided to test the iGPU with Dirt 3 as it's advertised on the packaging. The game ran pretty well just under maxed settings. Overall I'm very pleased with the performance of the iGPU. It could even tackle Skyrim on Mid-High settings.
Summary: This is my running my NAS system. It has been going great for the past couple months. The NAS is always on and is active quite a bit. This thing has kept up without missing a beat. I couldn't be happier with the purchase, I have more than enough power that I can't really see an upgrade happening for quite some time. I would recommend this to anyone contemplating a NAS build.
Summary: Installed this in a HTPC build and was happily surprised at its performance. As far as processing power, it is not the strongest/fastest by any means. But it handles media very well and was successful at playing Borderlands with medium/high graphics settings. Very nice not having to buy a video card! Low price for a good APU!
Summary: I was looking for a low power CPU and ended with this APU that says 65 watts. It runs very cool and under Windows 8 the speed while idle is just 0.80 GHz !!! and goes up to 2.4 or even 2.5 GHz instantaneously when needed. PRO: Low price Low power (energy saver) Triple Core CONS: Its hard to make this works under Ubuntu, cant make drivers work with the APU graphics... but if you add a discrete video card these works wonderful.
Summary: I bought this to run an ESXI host on the cheap for some test virtual machines. It is currently running a 2012 server, 2008r2 file server, windows 7, and a pfsense box without any issues (granted they have low load as it is not a production box).