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AMD Bulldozer FX-4100 Socket AM3+ 4 Core Processor – 3.60GHz, 3.80GHz Turbo

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AMD Bulldozer FX-4100 Socket AM3+ 4 Core Processor – 3.60GHz, 3.80GHz Turbo

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  1. Mr. D. Marsh says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice “bang per buck”, 4 Feb 2012
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    Mr. D. Marsh (Jersey) –
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    This review is from: AMD Bulldozer FX-4100 Socket AM3+ 4 Core Processor – 3.60GHz, 3.80GHz Turbo (Personal Computers)

    This processor is unlocked, meaning that it can be overclocked if you wish, via settings such as the multiplier in the BIOS.

    I am just using the stock heat-sink and fan which comes with the CPU. I am using it overclocked at 4.1 GHz (20.5 x 200 Mhz), which is probably a sensible limit, until I fit more substantial cooling.

    Once overclocked it provides plenty of processing power relative to the price paid.

    The processor is designed to automatically throttle, meaning it will run at a slower speed on lighter tasks, such as web browsing. This saves energy, and produces less heat. The speed will throttle up again, if a more demading task is started.

    The included heat-sink fan is nice and quiet.

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  2. Spud says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Goooood, 4 Mar 2012
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    Spud
    This review is from: AMD Bulldozer FX-4100 Socket AM3+ 4 Core Processor – 3.60GHz, 3.80GHz Turbo (Personal Computers)

    Ok so far I haven’t done anything really to stretch the processor apart from playing Assassins Creed 2. On Windows ratings it got 7.2 out of 7.9 so it’s quite good. :D don’t listen to the people calling the FX series “faildozers” the technology is advanced so when the software catches up it will be even faster with new updates. BUY ME!!! make sure you enable turbo core otherwise you are not getting the full potential of this cpu dont worry this is not overclocking and wont mess your cpu up :)

    UPDATE

    Ok so you can overclock it on stock cooler to 4.2ghz just using the bios features. I have played a wide variety of other games now and they all work completely fine with this cpu

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  3. Yours Truly "Mit freundlichen grüßen." says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
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    If only there were more stars to give…, 3 April 2012
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    This review is from: AMD Bulldozer FX-4100 Socket AM3+ 4 Core Processor – 3.60GHz, 3.80GHz Turbo (Personal Computers)

    I finally got my new Bulldozer CPU; I am blown away, and this is why:

    With my previous CPU, the Phenom II x4 965, I had considerable heating issues in-which at stock with four cores running, I would reach over 70c, which of course isn’t good, so I resorted to tweaking the Vcore, disabling cores, and lowering the frequency, which is also not good. I’m aware that Phenom IIs apparently get rather hot, and I can second this, and some!

    This amazing piece of technology runs at an overclocked 4.4GHz (stock Vcore) at an insane temperature of (whilst the fans* on max) 6c idle and 37c on max-load! I have of course disabled Cool ‘n Quiet, along with AMD’s new Turbo feature, which is to ensure the OC is stable and safe for the CPU.

    I was blown away when I noticed the amazing temperatures, and currently, while typing this, with all my fans (including the CPU fan) are at an absolute bare minimum, my CPU is at 10c. I have no fancy water cooling device as you’d expect from these temperatures, but instead I have a mix of Arctic Silver 5 paste well applied and an impressive (yet useless for the Phenom II) Arctic Freezer 13.

    I can’t enough recommend this AM3+ socket CPU. This CPU will last me for many more years to come and shan’t be a bottleneck for a long, long time.

    The details of my OC are as follows:

    Turbo OFF.
    FSB at 200
    VCore STOCK (1.32v roughly, I think it’s at)
    Multiplier at 22x

    * My fans are:

    Front = 120mm Silence red LED
    Side: Antec TriCool red LED 120mm
    Rear: Arctic 80mm
    Bottom: Syth 100mm

    I usually run them at barely audible speeds, and can even get away with turning them all off, and this includes the CPU fan, while getting what I believe could max at 65c, however it only seemed to reach 58c when I did a quick test, earlier

    I cannot believe that at 95w this CPU is able to perform so flawlessly. I have read various reviews and comments about this processor, claiming it’s a “Faildozer” and that the Phenom II x4 965 is much better; I can comfortable and amusingly tell you this is an absolute load of… stuff.

    Well done, AMD!

    Side note:

    For me, my high-end games and Windows 7 32-bit OS all perform far better than the Phenom II did. I also am aware that this CPU could likely reach 4.7GHz, however I’m very satisfied with what it’s currently at.

    UPDATE:

    I now run at 4.5GHz and 1.40 Vcore with no stability issues as of yet; I’ve been running the rig like this for a good few days. Currently my CPU is 11c and the heatsink is 27c. I no longer have control of my CPU fan, so it gets ever so slightly hotter, but still maxes at around 50-55c depending on room temperature of course, and this is without the front, rear, and now two Antec 120mm side panel fans. All in all, this CPU is still, IMO, the best AMD CPU you could buy for gaming.

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