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No its not you will need a separate graphics card
By James F. on 10 August 2014
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Yes
By Calum Lindsay on 02 January 2015
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Because AMD probably don't make these any more, so sellers who have some left are hiking the prices to boost their profits. Conversely, the newer version is probably selling well so there's plentiful supply and so sellers have to keep prices down in a competitive market. If you search for even older AM2+ athlons/phenom… see more Because AMD probably don't make these any more, so sellers who have some left are hiking the prices to boost their profits. Conversely, the newer version is probably selling well so there's plentiful supply and so sellers have to keep prices down in a competitive market. If you search for even older AM2+ athlons/phenoms you'll see completely stupid prices, which is why it almost always makes sense just to buy a whole new motherboard so you can use these newest chips. see less
By AmazonCustomer on 15 February 2015
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Yes.
By Henrik A. on 26 February 2015
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Not sure as my nephew built the system for me!
By John Tombs on 29 December 2014
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Yes, but a very simple metal finned type, no copper or heat-pipes, and a small fan. I wouldn't even think about overclocking with them, as under load it gets to just almost 10 degrees of it's "thermal margin" according to AMD overdrive software.
By AmazonCustomer on 05 February 2014
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I have recorded it reaching around room temp + 37°C playing Space Engineers which is extremely cpu intensive. Older, less intensive games never take it above room temp + 15°C. I'm currently cooling it with a Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2. I hope that helps.
By Lily R. A on 14 May 2014
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This one is much better than the phenom!This will keep up with most modern games also (depending on your graphics card ofcourse)! its got more level 2 cache (4 instead of 1) a higher clock speed (3.8ghz than 3.2) more cores (4 instead of 2) and in terms of gaming this processor is much better, its passmark score and 3… see more This one is much better than the phenom!This will keep up with most modern games also (depending on your graphics card ofcourse)! its got more level 2 cache (4 instead of 1) a higher clock speed (3.8ghz than 3.2) more cores (4 instead of 2) and in terms of gaming this processor is much better, its passmark score and 3dmark scores (processor testing software for games) are so much better resulting in an all round better processor at normal to complex processes. less power consumption too! hope this helped:P see less
By Dave on 11 June 2014