AMD 3.6 GHz AM3 FX4100 Processor
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    AMD 3.6 GHz AM3 FX4100 Processor

    4.7
    280 Ratings & 80 Reviews
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    Features
    • For Desktop
    • Quad-Core
    • AM3
    • Clock Speed: 3.6 GHz
    Services
    • To obtain Warranty service for your AMD Processor in a Box, contact your computer system manufacturer or distributor during the systems Warranty period. After your computer system warranty has expired, you can submit a Warranty request to AMD Customer Care. To submit a Warranty claim visit http://www.amd.com/WarrantyServices.
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    Specifications
    General
    • Sales Package
      • Processor, Heat Sink with Fan molded, Warranty Card, Manuals
    • Series
      • FX
    • Maximum Turbo Speed
      • 3.8 GHz
    • Maximum Thermal Design Power TDP
      • 95 W
    • Memory Type
      • DDR3-1866
    • Memory Frequency
      • 1866 MHz
    • Data Rate
      • DDR3
    • Maximum Memory Bandwidth
      • 21 GB/s
    • L1 Memory Size
      • 128 KB
    • L2 Memory Size
      • 4096 KB
    • L3 Memory Size
      • 8192 KB
    • Integrated Graphics
      • Yes
    • Base Frequency
      • 3600 MHz
    • Architecture
      • 64-bit
    • Virtualization Support
      • Yes
    • Turbo Boost
      • Yes
    Warranty
    • Warranty Summary
      • To obtain Warranty service for your AMD Processor in a Box, contact your computer system manufacturer or distributor during the systems Warranty period. After your computer system warranty has expired, you can submit a Warranty request to AMD Customer Care. To submit a Warranty claim visit http://www.amd.com/WarrantyServices.
    • Warranty Service Type
      • Carry In
    • Not Covered in Warranty
      • This Limited Warranty does not cover any costs relating to removal or replacement of any AMD Processor or any other cost associated with replacement for the AMD Processor. This Limited Warranty does not cover damages due to external causes, including improper use, problems with electrical power, accident, neglect, alteration, repair, improper installation, or improper testing. This Limited Warranty shall be null and void if the AMD microprocessor which is the subject of this Limited Warranty is used with any heatsink/fan other than the one provided herewith.
    4.7
    280 Ratings
    80 Reviews
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    5

    if u r confuse between x4 970 & fx4100 then this review will help.

    powerful processor. At first I was confuse between Fx4100 & phenom II x4 970. Both are available in Flipkart. It's true 970 is better than 4100 in performance but just a little. But 4100 has many plus point i.e. it's am3+ socket so you don't need to change your mb in near future, It consumes less power 95watt & almost gives equal performance as x4 970 which is 125 watt. It supports turbo feature so u don't need Overclocking most of time. & one can save more than 3k as it doesn't need costly m...
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    Kabir%20Krushna Ray

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    20 Mar, 2012

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    5

    A Gift for my child

    Firstly, Got AMD FX-4100 against all advises to go for Intel i5 for a gaming PC. Secondly, assembled a gaming PC from the scratch for the first time. My experience before is just dabbling with the home PC and office PC's along with colleagues and technicians. Never done anything like this before all alone. I maintain all my PC's and laptop.

    No regrets. Of course, you get it at half the price of Intel i5-2500K (6233 against 12,932). I did compare the performances from various sources on the ...
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    M. G. Krishnamoorty

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    19 May, 2012

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    5

    Affordable FX

    Plan to play the latest games in their full glory then gift yourself this amazing double module quad core processor of the
    FX series and pair it with Radeon 6950 or 6870 or 6850 for an amazing experience .

    Clocked at 3.6GHz with plenty of room for OverClocking , a large cache to take advantage of the overclock, and a modest price of around 6.5K makes this processor great for gaming in particular and everyday use in general

    OVERCLOCKING OVERCLOCKING OVERCLOCKING

    As the FX series chips s...
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    Denzil Crasta

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    6 Jan, 2012

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    5

    Satisfied

    I brought this processor from flipkart and first of all, hats off to them for the superb service and packaging.

    I've fused this processor with the Asus M5A88-M mobo, 4gb corsair xms3 ram and XFX HD Radeon 6770 gpu.

    The performance is just apt for my needs. I'm not a hardcore gamer or anything, but i do play NFS The Run and Crysis 2 sometimes and this just works fine. I'm getting around 60fps in crysis 2 (hardcore settings) and the capped 30fps in NFS The Run (ultra). Btw i play at 720p reso...
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    Rahul

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    15 Jan, 2012

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    5

    FX 4100 VS i5-2500K

    Hey,

    I saw a lot of people comparing fx with intel... basically I am not the guy who goes on reviews .. I go on specifications...!!

    First a fall the biggest truth i5-2500K costs twise than this affordable processor..!!

    Secondly, if you want to build a gaming PC then its better to buy FX 4100 + AMD Graphic card insted of i5-2500K .... its goona cost the same..!!!

    and here's the comparison

    - Both quad core..
    - FX @ 3.6 GHZ AND i5-2500K 3.3 GHZ
    - FX 12 MB cache memory i5-2500K 6 MB
    - Bo...
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    Ansh Gulati

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    30 Apr, 2012

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    5

    Best in Price an Performance !!!

    Its actually has 2 cores and quad thread like the core i3 but its better than core i3 in overclocking and heat generation.

    Lots of guys in net says its not better as it has low benchmark scores but its not so.....

    this CPU can be overclocked up to 4.6 GHz with an increase in heat generation, at full load overclocked, the temp can go up to 80 degree Celsius (Comparatively less as at normal load core i3 generates 65-68 degree Celcius) !!

    For gaming its very good if u ignore the heat gener...
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    Ashok

    Certified Buyer

    11 May, 2012

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    2

    Umm.. Everyone misguiding the buyers.....

    See I hate sayingthis but i have seen rave reviews about this processor..

    Basically this processor is a member of Bulldozer architechture of AMD processors.

    Now fact is this Bulldozer Architechture is #Epic Fail @ windows platform. One has to use other OS'es like Mac/Linux to use it's full potential.

    I rather suggest going for 970
    or if you want Bulldozer then atleast get FX 6100.

    Also i saw some guys giving a outrageous review saying that i5-2500k is waste..
    for these guys & ones who are...
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    Chaitanya

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    10 Aug, 2012

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    BULLDOZER IS AHEAD OF TIME

    THIS REVIEW IS NOT JUST ABOUT PERSONAL EXPERIENCE .. THIS IS HIGH TECH STUFF.... BE AWARE

    Well,to be honest this is not a traditional quad core processor.it is a dual module processor and each module has 2 integer processing cores and 1 floating point unit (FPU).The 2 integer cores share 1 FPU.Now here is the catch when ever both the integer cores need's to do the floating point arithmetics at the same time,1 has to wait which reduces the performance, and gaming is all about floating point a...
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    Aman Deep Singh

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    27 Aug, 2012

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    5

    best processor ever.i5 is a slave of fx.

    i just got this processor 2 months back @6.5 k.today i just overclocked it to 4.7GHz with the cooler it came.i dint used any cooler,but its stable.sooo good processor from AMD.i was an intel lover before,but now onward im fan to AMD for its pricing and quality.buy this processor just closing ur eyes.i used "asus m5a-88m mother board" and asus "turbo v evo" software for overclocking.we never need to overclock,just i have tried.overcloking to 4.2GHz is dead easy and very much stable.
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    sairamarao vusirikapally

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    13 Aug, 2012

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    5

    Best AMD processor I've ever had.

    This is one of the best AMD processor I've ever used. Before this I was using AMD Athlon X3(3.1GHz). Windows Experience Index shows 7.2 rating for AMD Fx 4100 which used to be 6.9 for my previous AMD proc. Heatsink included with it is good enough to handle this proc. I guess it's because of the way it is designed (32nm/95w TDP ). I was able to overclock it easily upto 4.2Ghz. Didn't try anything beyond this but i'm sure it is capable enough to handle more than this.

    Overall I'm very satisfie...
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    Sam Paul

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    13 Jul, 2012

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