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AMD A8-3850 Reviews Rating: 81 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

Meta Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 8.25/10 Jun 30 '11
ChileHardware  --- Jul 14 '11
Computer Ed  --- Jul 03 '11
Hardware Secrets  --- Jun 30 '11
HardwareCanucks  --- Jun 29 '11
HardwareHeaven 8/10 Jun 30 '11
KitGuru  --- Jun 30 '11
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 29 '11
PC Perspective  --- Jun 30 '11
Phoronix  --- Aug 12 '11
PureOverclock.com  --- Jun 30 '11
t-break  --- Jul 21 '11
Tech Report  --- Jun 29 '11
Technic3D  --- Jul 10 '11
techPowerUp! 7.9/10 Jul 19 '11
TechSpot  --- Jun 30 '11
Techware Labs  --- Jun 29 '11
TweakPC  --- Jun 29 '11
Neoseeker  --- Jun 30 '11
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AMD A8-3850 Roundups and Shootouts

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AMD A8-3850 Review Overclock3D.Net -- Aug 01 '11
AMD A8-3850 Review X-bit labs -- Nov 09 '11

Benchmark Reviews on

"In terms of value, I am torn by the A8-3850. It is set for release at $135. I certainly think it is a better value for many purposes than the Intel i3-2100. Those purpose mainly being GPU driven...."

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Computer Ed on

"If you are a consumer looking for a new system in the next few months I would make sure than an AMD A series build was the first choice on your list. If you are a DIYer building for family and want..."

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Hardware Secrets on

"So, if you are a gamer on a really tight budget, the new A8-3850 is a really nice option. But if you are an average user who won’t play games, the Core i3-2100 is a better option."

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HardwareCanucks on

"If you're building a new budget-friendly system from scratch that will be used for medium-level gaming, HD movie watching or a long list of other seemingly benign tasks, this new Lynx platform is a..."

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HardwareHeaven on

"In the end, there is little new about the A-Series from AMD... the user experience is essentially the same as using a quad core Phenom 2 X4 on AM3 with a 5000/6000 card. That said there are aspects..."

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