Let’s test the Athlon X4 845, a low-cost, quad-core socket FM2+ CPU, and check if is it a good choice for a budget computer.
The Athlon 5350 is a low-power, quad-core CPU from AMD. Let’s test it and see if is it a good choice for a low-cost computer. Check it out!
We tested the A4-7300, an inexpensive CPU from AMD, with two cores, 4.0 GHz maximum clock, and Radeon integrated video, that uses FM2 socket. Check it out!
The Celeron G3900 is an inexpensive CPU from Intel for LGA1151 socket, with two cores at 2.8 GHz. Let’s see if is it a good choice for a simple computer.
The Core i5-6500 is a quad-core CPU from the Intel sixth-generation (Skylake) Core i5 family, compatible with LGA1151 socket. Let’s check how it performs!
We tested the Core i5-6400, which is the entry model of the Intel sixth-generation (Skylake) Core i5 family. Let’s check how it performs!
Let’s test the FX-4300 CPU and check if is it a good choice for a budget computer.
We tested the Core i7-6950X, the new high-end CPU from Intel, with 10 cores and 20 threads. Let’s check if how it performs.
AMD launched a new version of the six-core FX-6350 CPU, with the Wraith cooler. Let’s see if is it a good choice.
We tested the new Athlon X4 880K processor from AMD, which is an A10 CPU with the integrated video disabled. May it be a good choice? Let’s check!