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AMD Athlon II X3 425 2.7GHz Socket AM3 95W Triple-Core Processor

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AMD Athlon II X3 425 2.7GHz Socket AM3 95W Triple-Core Processor
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Rating: 9.74/10
With 7 User Reviews
MDVDuber
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Review Date: 04/02/10
Comment:
This processor is a great value for the money. Good solid performance in a general use computer. I think the best part is that it comes with everything you need - no sourcing an additional fan or fiddling around with thermo gel it's all ready to go out of the box.
David_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/13/10
Cons: - None

Pros: - Easily unlockable to 4 cores.- Great performance, even at stock.- Inexpensive- Stock cooler very quiet
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I purchased this CPU as part of a budget office system comprising of a Gigabyte 785G motherboard with SB 750.Unlocked the 4th core easily by enabling Hybrid EC Firmware in ACC in the BIOS. Rock solid performance.
twitch
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Review Date: 03/03/10
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Never used a multi-core before this one. It is definitely faster than my Athlon 64 3500. It is a great upgrade if your tight on money and want solid performance. It takes what I throw at it and stays cool at the same time
Zuo-Guang@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/05/10
Cons: - weak stock heatsink

Pros: - Tri-core- Good value compared to other intel offerings (especially after Price Match)- 45nm keeps cpu very cool- budget cpu
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Upgraded from a Pentium D 830 to this and I couldn't be more pleased. It runs much faster but also cooler and quieter. The advantage is immediately noticeable in games and everyday use feels more snappy. I chose this over Intel offerings at same price because it was so much better value especially at $80.The only disadvantage I can see was the stock heatsink which is pretty whimpy. But nonetheless, it runs quietly.Good cpu for budget builds!Also, my 4th core did not unlock, but you should a cpu you will happy with and be even happier if it does unlock.
felix789@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/20/10
Cons: May not get lucky!

Pros: May get lucky and be unlockable...
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Unfortunately, this one did not unlock despite being a Deneb core (CACYC stepping). However, it was easily overclocked to 3.5 GHz with a modest 0.10 V increase. For the price, it's excellent value for what it is.
Draggon59
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Review Date: 01/13/10
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Never heard of a triple core til now; placed it on a Asus motherboard and it works well. This processor can be very powerful with the right board, RAM and power supply.
bart_v@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/17/09
Cons: For the price (pricematched at $85 bucks) you cant beat this chip.

Pros: PriceTriple core beats most more expensive dual cores
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Easy install, excellent for cheap build.about the same speed as the x4 9850, faster than the phenom II x720 and 550's, yet cheaper.Hands down, excellent chip.
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