AMD A10-Series APU A10-7850K AD785KXBJABOX
If you're interested in an APU, rather than a CPU, then give this one a good look, but be aware of some of its drawbacks. You get 12 "compute" cores with this processor, which means it has four cores for general processing, and another eight cores for graphical processing. Because all 12 cores are on a single chip, however, it's easier for a computer to use the eight graphical cores for other processes, which lets this APU offer pretty impressive performance. It only has 4MB of L2 cache memory, which is decent but definitely not amazing, and a clock speed of 3.7GHz. You can overclock this model to at least 4.0GHz and it has pretty low power requirements. However, one problem with this APU is that the graphical cores on it just aren't that impressive, and you'll still need a dedicated graphics card for serious PC gaming, especially new titles at high graphics settings. Some simple games won’t need a video card, but anything with 3D rendering will probably need the graphics settings turned down to run with just this APU.