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Probably better to look for an upgrade MB, I went for an ASUS F2A85-M.
By P. Gayle on 11 August 2014
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yes it will
By Zigmas on 29 December 2014
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A search identifies the a88x-gamer motherboard as being an ASUS product. I do not have this motherboard but refer to https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/A88XGAMER/overview/ and you see that although this motherboard is designed for an AMD FM2+ CPU it can support the older FM2 A10-6800k Richland CPU that you are askin… see more A search identifies the a88x-gamer motherboard as being an ASUS product. I do not have this motherboard but refer to https://www.asus.com/uk/Motherboards/A88XGAMER/overview/ and you see that although this motherboard is designed for an AMD FM2+ CPU it can support the older FM2 A10-6800k Richland CPU that you are asking about. "A88X-Gamer fully supports the latest AMD Socket FM2+ (Kaveri) accelerated-processing units (APUs) with AMD Radeon™ R-series graphics, and retains compatibility with AMD Socket FM2 (Richland and Trinity) APUs." However it seems you should look on Amazon for AMD A10 AD785KXBJABOX 7850K Black Edition with Radeon R7 Series New FM2+ Kaveri which is faster and around £32 less. I am not a gamer but just reading the manufacturers specifications. see less
By AmazonFan on 12 August 2016
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No idea, sorry I am not a gamer - try the AMD website.
By B. L. Cooke on 19 November 2014
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It's really a balance between performance and cost.
Honestly, this processor is 300Mghz faster, which might make the difference in games which don't make much use of multi-threading (I.e only use one or two of the cores available instead of all 4) because the core clock speed is faster.
More importantly there are a fe… see more
It's really a balance between performance and cost.
Honestly, this processor is 300Mghz faster, which might make the difference in games which don't make much use of multi-threading (I.e only use one or two of the cores available instead of all 4) because the core clock speed is faster.
More importantly there are a few features of this chip which link into AMD graphics cards to improve performance.
However, the other chip is £30 quid cheaper, which isn't a small amount of money. The difference between them will be small, so if you'd prefer saving the money go for the athlon. see less

By Concon on 20 November 2014
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It's alright, but crossfire 7950 is quite good - even a 7950 alone is quite decent.
You should consider a higher-end processor like an FX-8350 or go a step higher to an i5 Haswell.

By Liam Foot on 15 August 2015
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Sure, that motherboard is made for CPU of this type. And I run it on 300 Watt PSU without any problems.
By Dzmitry on 19 June 2015
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difficult to compare
with FX you have to get graphic card (A10 has it integrated)
financially A10 is better if you are planning to use A10 for basics ( internet, film, sometimes games)

By Amazon Customer on 19 July 2015
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medium
By Paul F. on 25 June 2014