Summary: for 100 a six core is pretty sweet i upgraded from a two core 3.00ghz cpu and i expected this to preform like a beast ,well it diden't not really i went from running arma at 20 fps on normal to around 30 or 40 witch is good but i was hoping more in the fifty's and i even have a gtx605ti it may just be that all of my screens are slowing it down but even still its not much better than the two core i last had its nice that you can overclock in not that person its not that...
Summary: There were so many bent prongs on the last 2 of these i ordered, that i had to send them back. I have had them come with a couple bent prongs and have been able to still use them, but these last 2 had multiple rows of bent prongs.
Summary: I expected a lot from this 6-core processor and am very disappointed. I've used dual-core processors that have more speed. The processor works, don't get me wrong, but it is only average when it comes to being fast.
Summary: This is a good processor for the money. It is quite fast although not the fastest for gaming. I bought it to put in a business machine for spreadsheets and word processing and it does a fine job. I would by another. Combined with a bunch of memory and a solid hard drive it blazes along pretty well.
Summary: i have had this for over 4 months, i have overclocked it up to 4.0 liquid cooled... and haven't had a problem yet, knock on wood lol..... but honestly it's smooth, multi program useful, and the power that it has behind it is awesome...
FX6100 An anemic version of their older cousins the 1065T/1100T Thuban CPUs
22 February 2013
Summary: Good processor in the mid range class,it has good multithreading performance,still this particular processor in Windows looks more like a six threaded ALU unit+a three threaded FPU thing! However,the single core/thread performance it's the Achilles heel,it is the weak single-core performance of the Bulldozer architecture that makes us one massive technological sad-face because the Bulldozer is definitely not being able to properly compete with the modern Core i5...
Excerpt: If its that much of a problem I’d suggest ether disabling cores you don’t need or getting a different CPU. Overall I am satisfied with this 6 core CPU though there is better out there. This CPU in my opinion is ahead of its time,the technology is new and very interesting. Though it gets beat by its predecessor the Phenom series and Intel’s Sandy Bridge series.