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AMD FX-Series FX-9370 4.4GHz Socket AM3+ Box without Cooler

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  • Very good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    AMD's 9370 provide acceptable force especially with a good video card. Self rolls such Fallout4 good with full graphics with an R9 390 and Witcher 3 I drive with high graphics too (fullHD).
    Applications that can take advantage of eight cores provides good performance, but for example the games that use up to 4 cores means that AMD can not do equally well against Intel's better i7's.
    If processing power is extremely important, buy an Intel (February 2016), but if a good enough fighter so I am self-satisfied with this. Usually, the graphics card is the bottleneck in today's game, not the processor itself (of this caliber).
    Some things to consider! 9370 produces some heat. When I bought it said several different forums that water was a must. I run it with a good air cooling systems and have not had problems. But buy no cheap fan, but either good air cooling or so if you want water!
    Want a cooler AMD processor, both the FX 8350 and 8370 good option.
  • Excellent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Great performance for the money, it feels even future proof as more and more apps and games will be optimized for 8 cores. The new consoles are launched soon and it should especially games become more optimized for 8 cores because both Xbox One and PS4 running 8-core processor.

    The only downside is that the processor is the right power thirsty, which generates heat. I'm having a Thermalright Silver Arrow comes up in about 61 degrees with Intel Burn Test.