Reviews and Problems with AMD FX-Series FX-4100 3,6GHz Socket AM3+ Box
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W. Price, Amazon
22 April 2014
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: 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.
Summary: This Has Been Used Now For One Year! The AMD FX 4100 Processors ROCK. This Was A Great Improvement Over The 1-Core That My HP Came With. Easy To Install No Searching For New Hardware, Just Plug In And Go,No Problems At All.Thinking About It, DON'T Just Get It, Check You're Power Supply To Be Sure...
Summary: Not much to say about this one. It was easy to install, and with the thermal paste already on the heat sink, it's basically fool proof. I'm using it in an office computer, so I haven't really had a chance to test its performance, but it works great in multitasking situations.
Summary: Powerful, overclocked this bad boy to 4.5ghz. Completely stable, excellent increase over my OC'd x4 620 athalon. FPS went from 18-25 in planetside 2 to 70 FPS. My friend has an ivy bridge i5 hitting 80 FPS for $230...LOL.You can't beat it for the price!