AMD A6-3650 2.6GHz Socket FM1

  • AMD A6-3650 2.6GHz Socket FM1
74
Based on 12 scores, 57 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Integrated Graphics.
  • Dual GFX Compatible.
  • 100W TDP.

Cons:

  • Moderate Statistical CPU performance.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Tom's Hardware on

Benchmarking 86 CPUs takes a while. After long last, though, we have 51 models from AMD and 35 from Intel tested in our current suite. If you want to know how your processor sizes up to its competition, you'll find plenty of comparison data inside! 86...

By iXBT Labs on

This time we'd like to offer you the summarized test results of as many as 71 processors. This generally marks the end of the year, not the end of another test method's life cycle (like the last time). We believe this summary contains all important...

By Vortez on

AMD have flaunted the word 'Fusion' for a number of years now, but Fusion is now here firmly in the present. Offering an affordable, well balanced combination of processing power and graphics that cater for the needs of an ever developing visual...

By PC Authority on 83

The CPU performance won’t match Intel's Sandy Bridge, but AMD's impressive GPU in the new A-Series Llano chip compensates. Here's our review....

By InsideHW on

We’ve written a lot about AMD’s first Llano CPU lately, but time was scarce on each occasion, and we’ve somehow failed to look at it from the practical side. In the meantime, another CPU from the series came out, as did a new motherboard signed by...

By MadShrimps on

The A6-3650 APU is a quad core CPU with decent performance integrated graphics supporting DX11 which exceeds by far the current IGP performance from Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs. The Lynx platform as a whole can be recommended for people that will not...

By Pureoverclock on

The A8-3650 is just what AMD needed before the release of Bulldozer. Zacate, Llano and soon-to-appear Bulldozer looks to give AMD a powerful 1-2-3 punch in the marketplace. OEM manufacturers are chomping at the bit at Fusion technology coupled with a...

By BeHardware on

After the launch of the first mobile A Series APUs, AMD has now officially launched the desktop processor models. Only two have been launched for now, the A8-3850 and the A6-3650, and we’ve tested them both for you. For AMD, APUs are first and...

By iXBT Labs on

AMD's Bulldozer architecture is still a few more months away, but now we at least have new APUs to tinker with in the mean time. And while Brazos APUs were aimed at 'surrogates' like nettops/netbooks, the new Sabine and Lynx platforms are more...

By DigitalVersus on 60

A great step forward has been made on the APU side with a much improved graphics part. Unfortunately, there still isn't enough graphics muscle to allow you to dispense with a graphics card for gaming. Pure processor performance is also a good deal down...

By TechRadar on 80

AMD's flagship model of its new A-Series range of desktop Llano Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) – the AMD A8-3850 – launched last month. At the same time, AMD announced a cheaper, less powerful APU, the A6-3650 – which we have now jammed...

By Hi Tech Legion on

In the lineup of the new Llano APU's, the A6-3650 is supposed to be the more economical choice. What you get is the lesser radeon GPU and the middle of the road CPU speeds when compared to the A8-3850 and A8-3800. This means that the price is much...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Its graphics performance lags behind the A8-3850, but the A6-3650 is just as fast in Crossfire mode and not far off in 2D applications...

By HEXUS.net on 80

AMD's second-rung APU is the A6-3650, which currently retails for £89. Based on the range-topping A8-3850, which itself is barely over £100, the number-two part sacrifices around 10 per cent CPU speed and, on paper, about 25 per cent GPU power in...

By TechwareLabs on

As you might know, AMD has managed to remain the leader in graphic chipsets, but Intel still holds both the mobile and hybrid computing markets. This is where the Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) comes in to play for it is a combination of CPU and...

By Hardware Canucks on

Although the $135 A8-3850 is cheap enough in our opinion, and a bargain to boot, AMD will soon be offering a multitude of lower priced APUs as well. At the moment though, the $120 A6-3650 is the only one of the lower-end models that is available on...

By HotHardware on

Due to its lower operating frequencies, for both its CPU and GPU components, and its fewer number of active Radeon cores, the AMD A6-3650 performs a few notches below its A8-series counterpart across our entire battery of benchmarks. In comparison...

By Icrontic on

AMD A8-3850 APU The AMD A-series APU is definitely a game changer (no pun intended). These APUs are capable of playing games at decent resolutions with a playable frame rate without the addition of a PCI-Express GPU. Gaming wasn’t a reasonable...

By Guru of 3D on

only. AMD's A4 series - The A4 series A4-3400 is a 65W processor with 2 cores that run at 2.7GHz. There will also be an A4-3300 65W processor with two cores at 2.5GHz. These A4 models have 160 Radeon (shader processor) Cores with an integrated Radeon...

By Legit Reviews on

The AMD A6-3650 APU is a very capable processor that can do anything you ask it to and it overclocks very well as our chip got up to 3.8GHz!...