Athlon 5350
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Athlon 5350 Performance Specification
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2.05 GHz
4 cores
4 threads
Kabini
25W
28nm
Socket AM1
64 Bit
90°C
Athlon 5350 Game Requirement Analysis

Athlon 5350 is a low-budget quad-core processor based on the Jaguar microarchitecture.
Athlon 5350 packs 4 Kabini Cores, clocked at 2.05GHz and weak integrated graphics called Radeon HD 8400 that offer 128 Shader Processing Units and come clocked at 600MHz. The rated TDP is of 25W, thus the processor is suited for weaker systems.
The performance of the processor is quite average, while the integrated graphics can only run most modern games at the lowest settings.


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Wow my G4400 cpu is stronger than this which is the ps4 pros cpu and yet they paired it with an rx 480 gpu why?

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after overclocking this gpu it became 3.0ghz hell!!
quad-core 3ghz not that bad :)

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In real gaming scenarios, this CPU runs a bit better than a Pentium G3240, but GD says that it is a very poor CPU

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My CPU has two cores of 3.0 Ghz, but why will it be better than this one?

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It's cause I'm pretty sure intel has stonger cores than AMD

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what do you mean by stronger higher clock speeds? one thing that i dont get also is that i compared amd's 6 core higher clock speed with an i5 4 core. the i5 still beats amd's 6 core with higher clock speed, how?

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Because Intel has a superior architecture. It's very difficult to explain accurately (unless you studied mathematics maybe) but it boils down to the fact that that more cores and/or higher clock speeds don't always mean a better cpu.

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Calculations per Core are much faster in intel's architecture hence better performance , better speed ect.( Remember PC work in bits 1 0 ) ,

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i have this cpu and is good and off

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We definitely need (i need) a fanless cooler for this

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Sounds like a 3 GHZ version of this would be really good.

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Now we need an OC capable board and a good CPU cooler for the AM1 platform.

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There is an OC capable AM1 board from Asus. But unfortunately you can't change the multiplier so OC capabilities are very limited.

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My friend got this to 3 Ghz with no problem.

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Nice. That'll make it perform very well for a cpu of its price.

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He got Watch Dogs to run at medium with a GTX 730.
Plus this CPU has a TDP of 25 wats so you can do miracles with perfectly normal temps.

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What is his motherboard?

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It's AM1MA. https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/AM1MA/

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Thanks :)

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He had constant chrashes when he was changing multiplyer but had no problem with bus speed.When i get my new zen i will first do bus speed and then mulitplyer. :D

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That could be because these processors have a locked multiplier. I think the only stable multiplier higher than stock is 21 (rather than 20.5). Zen, on the other hand, will probably mostly have cpu's with unlocked multipliers.

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Whitch is why i will get a Zen APU to boost my GPU in certain games and the CPU power of even today APUs is perfect for me so i don't want just a CPU.

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i overclocked this CPU to 2,75GHz with an Asus AM1-A/BR and i got very consistent gains on my HTPC

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