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Testseek.com have collected 82 expert reviews of the AMD FX-6300 3.5Ghz Socket AM3 Plus and the average rating is 76%. Scroll down and see all reviews for AMD FX-6300 3.5Ghz Socket AM3 Plus.
Award: Recommended July 2015
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The editors liked

  • Cheapest processor out there that overclocks and gives a great performance
  • Loads of motherboards still support this architecture and work well with it too
  • Easy to overclock using multipliers
  • Has tremendous abilities without costing much

The editors didn't like

  • AMD FX series always fares miserably when it comes to single core performance and the FX-6300 is no different
  • Multi-player gaming is not possible on this processor though most games will play well
  • Without a dedicated graphics card
  • You need to invest in

 

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  Published: 2017-07-27, review by: armchairempire.com

  • Cheapest processor out there that overclocks and gives a great performance, Loads of motherboards still support this architecture and work well with it too, Easy to overclock using multipliers, Has tremendous abilities without costing much,
  • AMD FX series always fares miserably when it comes to single core performance and the FX-6300 is no different, Multi-player gaming is not possible on this processor though most games will play well, Without a dedicated graphics card, you need to invest in
  • With its awesome price tag, the AMD FX-6300 is indeed the cheapest in our list of top performance CPUs. Its sole reason for gaining entry into our list is due to its overclocking abilities. In all our tests, we felt it overclocked well, sometimes managing...

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  Published: 2013-12-18, Author: Alex , review by: extremespec.net

  • APU can truly be considered popular processors. AMD A4-6300 fits perfectly into the existing range of hybrid solutions on the market, and also in terms of performance and in terms of price. Of course, the model cost about $ 55 hardly require high levels...

 
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  Published: 2013-03-25, review by: ixbtlabs.com

  • Abstract:  We've already reviewed the top processor of AMD's Vishera family, FX-8350. That was just the beginning of the big refresh for the Socket AM3+ platform. AMD has also rolled out a number of more affordable CPUs. Today we're going to cover them in compari...

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  Published: 2013-02-11, Author: Don , review by: tomshardware.com

  • Abstract:  Now that Piledriver-based CPUs and APUs are widely available (and the FX-8350 is selling for less than $200), it's a great time to compare value-oriented chips in our favorite titles. We're also breaking out a test that conveys the latency between frames....

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  Published: 2012-12-04, review by: xbitlabs.com

  • Abstract:  The launch of Socket AM3+ processors with Piledriver microarchitecture inspired many AMD fans. However, until recently we only based our opinion on the results obtained from the top model in the new AMD FX family. Today we are going to make up for this omission and carry out a detailed performance analysis of all Vishera processors with eight, six and four cores....

 
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  Published: 2012-10-25, Author: Hilbert , review by: guru3d.com

  • Abstract:  AMD FX 8350 - 8320 - 6300 and 4300 processors performance analyzedAMD released the FX series Vishera - Piledriver based processor. And though everybody has been focusing on that most high-end AMD FX 8350 processor, another three processors have been relea...

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  Published: 2012-10-23, Author: Anand , review by: anandtech.com

  • Abstract:  Last year's launch of AMD's FX processors was honestly disappointing. The Bulldozer CPU cores that were bundled into each Zambezi chip were hardly power efficient and in many areas couldn't significantly outperform AMD's previous generation platform. Look...

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  Published: 2012-10-23, review by: pcper.com

  • Abstract:  Bulldozer is the word. Ok, perhaps it is not “the” word, but it is “a” word. When AMD let that little codename slip some years back, AMD enthusiasts and tech journalists started to salivate about the possibilities. Here was a unique and very new...

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  Published: 2012-10-23, Author: Steven , review by: techspot.com

  • Abstract:  About this time last year, AMD's new Bulldozer-based FX series launched to bright-eyed system builders who expected the new architecture to challenge Intel's increasingly comfortable position in the upper-end processor market. Unfortunately, Bulldozer was...

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  Published: 2012-10-30, review by: hardwarecanucks.com

  • Abstract:  While the FX-8350 may have hogged the lion’s share of AMD’s Vishera launch coverage, a number of more affordable processors were introduced alongside it. The six core FX-6300 and quad core FX-4300 are both priced under $140 and should provide some re...

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