Reviews and Problems with AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2.1GHz (ADO4000DDBOX)
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IN MY OPINION AMD ARE THE BEST PROSSORS
2 April 2014
Summary: never got to use it motherboard i had for it was bad. but i think AMD PROCESSORS ARE THE BEST . I LIKE THE WAY THESE PROCESSORS MOUNT IN THE BOARD AND THE FANS ARE EASY TO PUT ON. I DON`T USE PENTIUM THAT MUCH BUT RIGHT NOW THE WAY THEY MONT THIER FANS IS VERY CHEAP AND MAY POP OFF BECAUSE OF THE WAY THEY MOUNT FOUR PLASTIC PINS.
Summary: I have only a basic understanding of computers. Read on the internet about my eMachine EL1200-01. It had a ADG2650IAV4DP processor running at 1.6 GHz and that it could be upgraded with a 2.1 GHz Dual-Core. The choice of which processor was made for me. Since the price was cheap, I took the chance and tried it. The new processor came with all pins perfectly straight and dropped right in to the old socket. The computer started right up twice as fast as before.
Summary: Great cpu. I bought for a new Foxconn A760 board I had with intentions to overclock. I had a stock AMD Quad core cpu cooler laying around that I put on top of this. The Foxconn didn't allow for Vcore adjustment but I still managed an overclock of 2.63GHZ stable whcih is awesome. I recommend this to anybody looking to get into gaming but don't want to spend a fortune.
Summary: I bought this processor as an upgrade for a Dell Insprion 521s which came stock with a single-core Sempron. I was impressed with the speed of the processor and it is rock solid with Windows 7 64-bit.
Summary: I bought this for a younger kid's gaming "rig" ;) I was pleased to see that it ran games like Doom 3 well and Sims 3 ran decent too! I recently gave this machine to the kid and they were happy with it. I would buy another one if I just needed a decent 939 for a basic gaming machine or something not too processor intensive.