It's an OK CPU, but not really a competitive value
Mister B, Amazon
12 April 2015
Summary: Note that you're not getting any onboard graphics with this CPU. That was a given when I bought it, and I knew it up front, but there seems to be some confusion. For just a few bucks more, you could have a Core i3 setup and it'll run cooler, quieter, use less power, and be equally fast, if not...
This processor is quite a nice choice. It's nice and cheap
26 December 2014
Summary: This processor is quite a nice choice. It's nice and cheap, it's a quad core with a decent clock speed. It's also really overclock-able. Overclocking is easier than you think as well. Not necessary but you can get bit more bang for your buck if you so choose.
Summary: Great processor for the money, BUT make 100% sure you get a new unit. I received one in a box that was not sealed, and at first glance seemed to have no thermal paste on the cooler that comes with it.
Had some initial problems getting Windows 7 set up to ...
Jeff Adams, Amazon
11 August 2014
Summary: Had some initial problems getting Windows 7 set up to run raid with 2 SDD's but after some research and retrys it's a screamer. I built it with a Gigabyte GA-F288XM-D3H , 8Gig of Kingston Hyper X Blue, Gigabyte GV-R577SO-1GD video card and 2 Kingston Hyper X 3X SSD's.
Summary: I initially purchased this processor but it came with some pins broken. I returned it for a reshipment and boy does it work? The clear difference from the Athlon II X2 220 to the X4 750K is insane. Everything plays as it should. :)
Daniel R. Mueller "What the $%^&s a Lommy", Amazon
15 July 2014
Summary: I meant to order the 760K, but thats what i get for ordering something at 3 am, not anyones elses fault but my own, but I got the 750k, and decided to keep it because the performance difference isnt that different.