Though AMD is releasing Trinity-based Athlon II X4 CPUs with no integrated graphics, people may not like the idea of an FM2 socket motherboard being equipped with them. After all, that defeats the purpose of having video outputs wired to the CPU socket.
That means that, should people decide against buying an A-Series APU system for some reason, they should have means to build a different sort of quad-core PC.
AMD is offering that means: the FX-4130 quad-core Zambezi CPU.
With a frequency of 3.8 GHz and 8 MB total cache memory, it is up for order online at last, at TigerDirect
The price is of $119.99 though (119.99 Euro), higher than the tags of the Athlon II X4 700-Series
and, to add insult to injury, the same as that of the stronger FX-4170.