Reviews and Problems with AMD FX-Series FX-4100 3,6GHz Socket AM3+ Box
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Not quite a Quad-Core Processor
Stephen Volino, Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: A 3.6 GHz Quad-Core processor that's fast and cheap. This processor is inferior to many of the Intel Core series processors and even AMD's on Phenom II lineup. Not exactly an upgrade, but if you need a cheap processor with AVX support this is the one for you.
Summary: I have had this for only 6 days, and from the start nothing but trouble. No matter what Web browser I have going, it crasher with in 4 min. Also no mater what app I have going it also crashes with in a few min. Now today the video card has stopped working.
Summary: This machine has served me well since January 2013 when I purchased it. Then something unimaginable happened, it caught fire! Thank god I was in my office when it happened and we were able to unplug it and take it outside the building.
Summary: I use this processor in a storage server/game machine and have no complaints. Even though this processor is at the bottom of the lot in it's class it holds it's own for gaming on EVE and doing the things I need as a programmer/developer. It is the right price as well.
Summary: It was everything I was looking for. Aside from the lacking graphics card which I replaced a few days later with a geforce gtx 760 and a new power supply (evga bronze 600) I would suggest this to anyone wanting an easy way to break into the building scene of the PC world.
Summary: This computer is a great machine. Aside from needing to upgrade the NVIDIA graphics card so that you can play games a bit better, even though the name says Gamer Ultra it should have at least a 4GB or higher for graphics and at least an i5 processor in it, (HINT HINT) it is a good computer.