FX-4150
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FX-4150
Release period
30-Dec-2011
FX-4150 Review
FX-4150 is a middle-class CPU based on the 32nm Bulldozer architecture.

It offers 4 Physical Cores (4 Logical), initially clocked at 3.9GHz, which may go up to 4.1GHz and 8MB of L3 Cache.
Among its many features, Turbo Core and Virtualization are activated and the clock multiplier is unlocked, meaning it can be overclocked easily.

The processor DOES NOT integrated any graphics. and has a rated board TDP of 95W.

It offers average performance. It will therefore become a bottleneck in today's demanding games.
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3.9 GHz
4.1 GHz
4 cores
4 threads
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95W
32nm
Socket AM3+
64 Bit
2
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diogon
18:16 Apr-26-2013
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wowo 4% better

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The50Shadows
19:14 Mar-06-2013
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How is my processor 26% better!?

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debat0r
19:38 Mar-06-2013
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The architecture is a lot better and more efficient

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The50Shadows
19:40 Mar-06-2013
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Thanks :D

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zoheb961992
18:37 Feb-04-2013
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10% Performance Boost for AMD FX Series processors
Microsoft has launched new Update for FX Processors.
Hotfix Link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bY4ZnKmAmcw

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Ballack2012
16:04 Jan-14-2013
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Is my cpu really better?

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Stratus
03:34 Feb-02-2013
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Also says yours is 7% better then mine

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synyster48
02:28 Jan-07-2013
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i thought wanna change to this cpu or 4170 to play crysis 3 in the future..it's show 20% different from my current processor..is it significant?

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PapiFiveNine
02:57 Jan-07-2013
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You would see next to none improvement

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Raystlyn
03:18 Jan-07-2013
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Not really that big of a jump. If you are in a tight budget I suggest saving up for a better CPU upgrade, your Phenom still has some living in it :D

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synyster48
03:54 Jan-07-2013
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oh i see then..so if wanna upgrade better go for FX 6200/8120/8140 that my mobo support then

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PapiFiveNine
13:47 Jan-07-2013
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Still wouldn't reccomend it. If the sole purpose of your pc is gaming you would see no improvement.. Wait for some new releases like intels haswell or whatever amd is planning

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synyster48
13:52 Jan-07-2013
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I see..so look like I don't need to upgrade my processor then..maybe invest to something else like cpu cooler or RAM..thank for the suggestion sir :D

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PapiFiveNine
13:59 Jan-07-2013
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Yea, there's a lot of missunderstanding with cpu's.. There have been numerous tests showing that any solid quad will run games just fine when paired with good gpu. A lot of people also think there are bottlenecks with higher end cards, but the thing is the bottleneck appears way after your fps capped.. Difference between a good and a great cpu would show somewhere around 80fps which doesn't even affect gameplay. 8gigs of ram is also more than enough to run any game btw :)

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synyster48
14:04 Jan-07-2013
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I see..now I know..btw what different between value RAM and high performance RAM?are they really boost your gaming performance?

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PapiFiveNine
14:09 Jan-07-2013
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That is also bad information. People think higher frequency ram works faster, which is true, but faster ram has higher timings so that it can maintain the speed. So basically, it trades off even. Whereas lower speed ram has lower timings. There is no real world difference in gaming, maybe about 2-3% in some applications. But, if you find good quality ram that can maintain high frequency and low timings then it's a different story. Ram mostly affects loading time, nothing significant.

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synyster48
14:35 Jan-07-2013
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I see..that was a very good info sir..i guess I just stick to the rig that I got now..thank you sir :D very appreciate it

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