AMD A-Series Socket FM2 APUs

AMD's APUs (Accelerated Processing Units) combine standard CPU cores with Radeon graphics cores on the same silicon. The ones here require motherboards with the FM2 socket, and while they're not the latest generation, they pack significantly more punch than the Athlon and Sempron AM1-based chips, and those with a -K suffix can even be overclocked. They'll crunch through basic office tasks and are even suitable for gaming, albeit with the settings turned down a few notches.

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