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AMD A4-5300 3.4GHz Socket FM2 Dual-Core Desktop Processor

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AMD A4-5300 3.4GHz Socket FM2 Dual-Core Desktop Processor
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Rating: 9.4/10
With 10 User Reviews
Spartan812@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/20/14
Cons: None

Pros: Cheap yet powerful for everyday computing and light gaming.Perfect for HTPC or office computer.
Comment:
If you are looking for a budget processor for your daily needs with integrated graphics this is the one.
Salik@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/05/14
Cons: Run hot, needed better thermal paste

Pros: PriceDecent graphic
Comment:
I built a cheap gaming pc for a friend. He play D3, sc2, dota, etc. without any issue !I had to remplace the thermal paste with mx-2 because this cpu was running hot like hell !I built a complet system for under 200$ with that cpu and MSI FM2-A75MA-E35, can't complain about anything !
b1ack1otus@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/05/13
Cons: N/A

Pros: QuietFastDecent IGU
Comment:
This processor is not bad for everyday use. Upgraded from a socket LGA775. Overall, it's a much better improvement from the noise to speed. Comes with the stock fan, which at first is a bit challenging to put since I usually get Intel CPUS. However, this is a great APU for everyday or light gaming.
Flonase@NCIX
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Review Date: 08/23/13
Cons: Heatsink could be better

Pros: CheapWorks Well
Comment:
Overall a very good CPU for budget builds just wish the supplied heat sink was a bit better as the temps under load are a bit high to my taste
Roger D 1999@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/26/13
Cons: None...

Pros: Price! HTPC Perfection.
Comment:
Likewise as said before...under 50 bucks WOW. Slapped into a 50 dollar FM2 board for an HTPC Netflix rig and bingo! Stock heatsink set to Cool & Quiet in BIOS and this is running quiet and cool like it states. No problems running this rig all day/night watching TV, Facebook etc. Windows 8 installed and we're all happy! Again if your looking for a decent CPU to do hardcore everyday things, Netflix etc...this will do above and beyond that. You can even slap a decent video card into your rig and get away with ok gaming!
Robert J_R@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/17/13
Cons: Cannot get into the BIOS with an HDMI TV.

Pros: Inexpensive. Good value for basic home computing or HTPC use.
Comment:
This is a steal at under $50. I purchased it to upgrade an aging HTPC with weak video. Very happy at the price. Not sure if the BIOS video glitch is due to the board or the FM2 graphics. Graphics performance is very good. CPU speed is good but not great. It's a very good CPU for HTPC but power users will want a quad core CPU.
Wiegand@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/09/13
Cons: none

Pros: Cheap, Better than phenom 2, impressive for a dual core.
Comment:
paired with my HD5770 & 8gb ram, plays ALL my games at max!
AceOnRiv@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/01/13
Cons: none

Pros: gets the job donebluray is looks great on this
Comment:
it's not the fastest CPU on earth but i cant live with that! i didnt buy it to play crazy games i just need it for HTPC streaming and it chews them up like nothing
Reyphox@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/04/12
Cons: As a processor a dual core Sandy Celeron is faster

Pros: Cheap APU, Only 65W so its not too power hungry, Runs Cool
Comment:
Bought this to complement my ASRock FM2A75M-DGS Board for a budget build. Its not a powerful processor but for the price you can't expect much! It's slower then an Intel Sandy Dual Core Celeron but has a decent intergrated graphics beating out the Intel processor in that area. And temps are low even on the tiny heatsink that is included with the processor. For the average user I found that it is more then enough. Web browsing is smooth, office runs clean and Windows fairly quick. Even holds up in light gaming as well. I recommend this processor for the average user or for media server.
bien_a@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/21/12
Cons: small and noisy oem fan

Pros: Low power consumption, fast enough for my media pc requirements, cheap price (on sale)
Comment:
I needed a low powered processor for a bedroom media-pc and was debating whether to get a previous generation triple core A6 versus this new dual A4-5300. Granted, the A6 has a much better graphics (6530D) vs the A4's 7480D as well as having the benefit od a bigger cache but the A4's higher clock speed (3.4-3.6GHz) would probably fare better in single threaded applications compared to the A6's 2.1-2.4GHz. In the end, I decided to get the A4-5300 since it designed for the newer FM2 motherboard as opposed to the end-of-life FM1 A6-3500. Besides, I figured that if the processor was not enough, I could always upgrade to a low powered FM2 quad.The only concern I had was the included cooler assembly which had a really lightweight aluminum heatsink and a small fan. (I could always purchase an aftermarket cooler, but I wanted to keep costs down). Testing the fan at full speed resulted in a very noticeable high pitched whine. Fortunately, I had a leftover OEM cooler assembly from a 125tdp FX-processor. This cooler had more heft and a slightly bigger fan. This cooler proved to be more than sufficient as well as quiet enough not to be heard inside the Core 1000 case. Right now, temps never exceed 40CPerformance-wise, everything seems to work well. HD media plays smoothly without drops or stuttering.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
BrandAMD
SeriesA-Series APU
ModelAD5300OKHJBOX
CPU Socket Type
CPU Socket TypeSocket FM2
Tech Spec
CoreTrinity
Multi-CoreDual-Core
NameA4-5300
Operating Frequency3.4GHz (3.6GHz Turbo)
L2 Cache1MB
Manufacturing Tech32 nm
64 bit SupportYes
Virtualization Technology SupportYes
Integrated GraphicsAMD Radeon HD 7480D
Graphics Base Frequency724MHz
Thermal Design Power65W
Cooling DeviceHeatsink and Fan included
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