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AMD - FX-4350 4.2GHz Quad-Core Processor

( 4.6 Average / 15 Ratings )






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Data Width




Operating Frequency




L1 Cache

2 x 64KB Instruction
4 x 16KB Data

L2 Cache

2 x 2MB

L3 Cache

1 x 8MB


32 nm

Thermal Design Power

125 Watts

Includes CPU Cooler


Simultaneous Multithreading


Integrated Graphics


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cowgirls07 13 points 20 months ago

Really good price for 4 core but you pay for it as far as performance is concerned.

shadowcrafter01 16 points 19 months ago
from completed build Mr. Fusion

i keep editing my reviews :P

great cpu, does everything you'd need a cpu to do

jbBuilder 9 points 18 months ago

I was CPU really surprised me. I didn't expect it to run games as well as it has. There is a lot of negativity regarding this little guy. But, so far it runs most games without bottlenecking with the GPU with the exception of the AAA games. Most people say it runs hot so I might consider getting a better heatsink in the future.

Aswanson 13 points 18 months ago
from completed build AMD Prebuilt Custom PC: Upgraded

Good CPU for overall general tasks and light gaming. Usually maxes out on latest games like Battlefield Hardline and Star Wars Battlefront, so you might want to consider upgrading for future use.

BlackWind94 14 points 16 months ago
from completed build Mini Yang (RWBY)

This is a very underestimated little CPU, I was getting over 100fps on the games i play and i didnt even overclock it. well worth the price and quality for a first build like i did.

HKGangster54 2 points 13 months ago

Overall this CPU is awesome, it runs lighter games pretty decently for it's price point and even provides a pretty decent overclock. However nowadays it can not handle some AAA titles and can bottleneck your PC. If you want an FX series CPU I recommend at least the 6300 or the 8350/70 (gotta get that Wraith cooler fam ;) )

RadSikkman 16 points 12 months ago
from completed build Lil Buddy (Budget PS4 Killer)

So far no complaints about this CPU. Not too loud, not too hot. My only disappointment is that it seems that this processor does not meet the minimum requirements for Battlefield 1, but whatever.

minicripto 17 points 9 months ago
from completed build First Build!!

-----CPU------- With the CPU I wasn't looking for anything to heavy or expensive, the AMD FX-4350 works just fine for me and what I like to do. I do plan on upgrading to a better AMD CPU in the future but for now it works great.

camrjamer 11 points 8 months ago
from completed build [EPIC] Gaming Rig

Fantastic processor, doesn't even hit 100% on doom and is very capable of overclocking, the stock cooler is not very good of course that is to be expected, but it is still certainly usable just a little loud.

ShadoZombeELITE 9 points 7 months ago
from completed build Old, but New

I am surprised that this CPU still can handle most modern games. It was easy to pick it out due to its price and performance. I rarely have problems with it being under full load even then it is only brief. The Stock CPU Cooler is a little too snug. Having tried to take the computer apart when I has moving things around. I tried to uninstall the CPU and it was pulled free from the socket by the Thermal paste being like glue. I was very worried but surprised again when I looked for anything wrong only to see all pins in place and not bent. I have not overclocked this CPU and I probably won't it is fast enough on it's own currently so no worries there. Just glad it can run Windows 10 and a GTX 1060 without any trouble.