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celebrity xxx AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core with Radeon Graphics; 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor give to dad
celebrity xxx AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core with Radeon Graphics; 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor give to dad
celebrity xxx AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core with Radeon Graphics; 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor give to dad
celebrity xxx AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core with Radeon Graphics; 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor give to dad
celebrity xxx AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core with Radeon Graphics; 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor give to dad

celebrity xxx AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core with Radeon Graphics; 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor give to dad

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      1: Its a good budget gaming friendly cpu to get you started and also the seller that sent me mine sent it completely new still in the box cooler still had pre applied thermal paste that was like new honestly completely happy with my purchase
      2: This part is excellent. It is relatively low cost and low power with the capability for reasonably fast performance when needed. I built my primary "file server" around this part and it is great. Very inexpensive and enough performance for me to built sources without much delay. Obviously not a massive 5+GHz 32 thread beast, but that's what you should be driving, not what you're pushing to the background. This is an excellent background part that gets the job done when 80%+ of its life is waiting on me to give it something to do. It's not going to replace my overclocked 6+ GHz water-cooled thrasher with 32 threads for building my dailies....but I really like this part and bought a few of them for distcc use along with massive storage using big TB drives.
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      4: This processor is amazing. It's a $45-55 APU (which means it's a CPU with stronger integrated graphics) that runs off of modern hardware, meaning it is wonderful for those looking for a noticeable upgrade path in the future. The support this APU will likely get into the future is wonderful, and if all you do is office work then I don't see any reason to spend more money. The same is true for gaming, as if all you want to play are popular multiplayer games like Fortnite, CS GO, League of Legends, etc., on a limited budget, as long as you are okay with lower settings, you can even do it on the impressive integrated graphics. If you're looking for emulation, too, this is a wonderful processor. It can also perform well in many modern games, if you plan on using a budget GPU like the 1050, 1050ti, 1060, or 1660. Of course, if you plan on playing all the latest games at max settings at 60fps or higher at a 1080p resolution or above, you'll likely need to look elsewhere. It's also great for overclocking, even on the included budget cooler.For my use-case then, which is as a college student who does light last-gen gaming whenever they aren't working on classwork, this APU is wonderful for just that. It being a dual core may cause issues in modern games, but I eventually plan on upgrading it to a Ryzen 5 since it supports the same architecture, saving me the additional money it would have costed me to purchase a Ryzen 3, while I wait to save up the money. The only issues I've really had is with Minecraft, as it is a game that loves cores no matter what GPU you pair it with (so if you plan on playing Minecraft, I'd recommend at least a 4-Core Ryzen 3), and that it runs so cool that the integrated fan might honestly be overkill, but if all I can really say is that it runs too cool, then this is a pretty cool purchase.One last thing I will say, modern Ryzen and Athlon APUs love ram speed, so be sure to pick up the fastest ram speed you can afford, and be sure the ram is running in dual channel mode for extra performance (this means instead of buying one ram stick of a higher capacity, buy two ram sticks at lower capacity that can run in dual channel).
      5: Using this CPU in a NAS because of the low TDP. So my use is based on low power use (and bare FreeBSD) and not on gaming or even on full blown Windows or Linux. I got it with an Asus board to replace a failed Atom embedded board. Preferred another Atom board for low power use and passive cooling, but could not find any from a reliable source.The Athlon 3000G works noticeably faster than the 10-year old Atom it replaced. But I am also using 16GB of RAM compared to the 4GB on the Atom. It uses about 27W at idle with the HDD's sleeping vs 11W on the Atom. Quite happy that I was able to get the server up and running quickly.I had to pay about 60% above the MSRP due to electronics shortage (November 2021) but this still was the best package for me. However I would probably use a Ryzen 3 or better for a regular use desktop for the performance advantages albeit those command much higher prices these days due to price gouging.
      6: It's not the fastest processor out there, buts it's very adequate. Also windows 8.1 does not block updates when running on it. After I have my computer to my dad whose 13 year old cad rig finally gave up the ghost I had some parts - ssd, gtx 960 video card , a wraith stealth cpu cooler and some ram. I got a b450 main board and preordered a 3300x since May, but it still hasn't arrived and I pulled the plug and got an athlon 3000g. The main board drives the cpu at 1.277 volts on all auto. When fixing the voltage To the same value the cpu can remain stable at up to 3900mhz , and under the wraith stealth reaches 65C at 28C ambient. 65C is where I draw the line on CPU temperatures anyway, and pushing it more than that (or over 1.3v) is not advisable. I use it as HTPC and for some light games such as Cities:Skylines and Stellaris where FPS is not the goal. It reminds me of the $30 Duron 1300 I got way back in 2003. Same great value, same easy to overclock potential.It is not true that this CPU does not support NVME, it definitely does on a proper B450 board. I have installed 3 drives - a 2.5" SATA SSD, a M.2 B key 2242 SATA drive and an M.2 M key 2280 NVME and all of them are working at full speed, plus the video card. MOBO is Asrock B450M Steel Legend with 2.90, 3.30 and 3.60 bios. Make sure if you use both your SATA and NVME ports that you don't disable your NVME port:* M2_2 and SATA3_3 share lanes. If either one of them is in use, the other one will be disabled. 1 x Ultra M.2 Socket (M2_1), supports M Key type 2242/2260/2280 M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen3 x4 (32 Gb/s) (with Matisse, Picasso, Summit Ridge, Raven Ridge and Pinnacle Ridge) or Gen3 x2 (16 Gb/s) (with Athlon series APU)**** Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks

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