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AMD FX™ 8370 processor

 AMD FX™ CPUs

AMD FX processors are great for esports Professionals and for gamers who want to compete like them. With the most cores and the highest clock rates in their price class, AMD FX™ processors provide the performance that serious esports professionals demand, capable of delivering well over 200 FPS in games like League of Legends™ and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive™. Compete like a Pro with AMD FX™.1

 Radeon™ RX 460 GPUs

The Radeon RX 460 is your ideal solution for League of Legends, Overwatch™, and Dota 2 at HD resolutions and beyond. Step up to incredibly smooth and low-latency gaming at virtually any framerate thanks to AMD FreeSync™ technology.2 Powerful Async shaders and the best version of Graphics Core Next yet means you will also be ready for the upcoming DirectX® 12 and Vulkan™ games.

AMD Athlon x4

 AMD Athlon™ X4 CPU

The AMD Athlon X4 processor features four CPU cores to provide the game responsiveness you need when the match gets tough. When coupled with a capable graphics card like the Radeon™ R7 370, the Athlon X4 880K CPU is great for smooth video streaming and playback, and is more than powerful enough to provide over 100 FPS in games like League of Legends and CS:GO and over 70 fps in Dota 2 at 1440p.3

AMD A-Series APUs

 AMD A-Series APUs

AMD A-Series desktop APUs offer world-class online gaming with built-in Radeon™ graphics. A-Series APUs are designed to play the most popular online and esports games right out of the box on max settings with performance to spare: the A10-7860K processor averages over 45 fps on popular games like Dota2™, League of Legends® and Counter Strike®: Global Offensive at 1080p.4

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