Reviews and Problems with AMD Phenom II X2 560 (HDZ560WFGMBOX)
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Phenomenal, muscular chip that brings the goods!
13 September 2014
Summary: Phenomenal. Have an older Gigabyte motherboard and this breathed new life in an HTPC. Very responsive now, and powers through multi-tasking. Have not unlocked it because it does exactly what I need right now!!
Summary: Love AMD and all the cores unlock on this Black Edition. Overclocks and runs well. I have been using AMD processors for a long time. I dislike the heatsink mounting apparatus on Intel boards, it does not lock in well and feel secure.
Summary: I have been using this processor for a few years in a htpc. Mine does indeed easily unlock to four cores and stress tests just fine. I left in in dual core mode because I don't need any more power. It is very fast the way it comes, you wont be disappointed.
Summary: I realize this processor is generations behind the latest and greatest, but it certainly is nothing to laugh at. I currently have this processor as the brain of my "3D theater controller" computer, which is hooked up to a projector.
Summary: looks like an awesome product, i havent broken the seal of authentication yet. but it looks good from the outside lol. the specs are amazing! and im sure it'll work perfect :) Update 6/1/14: Had this for almost 2 years and it's still a great product.
Summary: Well I just replaced a motherboard in my acer aspire 4400+ with a msi 890GXM-G65 saw this processor listed on amazon as an x2 phenom black edition read the reviews and decided to give the bio unlock a try and sure enough now running a AMD Phenom II x4 Deneb B60 the 6mb L3 cache and stable oc at...
Summary: affordable, fast and able to overclock and unlock cores. i love this processor and all its colours and shapes. me and this cpu saved a bus full of preschoolers from a frozen creek. this cpu saved my mother and killed my father. long live AMD.
Summary: I am a noob especially when it comes to building a computer from scratch. I have been "playing" around with them like swapping hard drives, adding video cards and accessing the BIOS (even though it wouldn't let me do anything). So here is what I did and what my experience was.