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Intel Core i5-10400F 6-Core 12-Thread Desktop Processor - $209.99

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[Canada Computers] Intel Core i5-10400F 6-Core 12-Thread Desktop Processor - $209.99

Intel Core i5-10400F 6-Core 12-Thread Desktop Processor - $209.99

[5x warehouse stock, various ON locations]

EDIT: My Bad - this is not 11400F - not really HOT

ALOT slower than 5600X - REAL LINK
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is cc ever gonna stock the 11400f? lol
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It feels like everyone is overlooking Intel these days, but this is still a great cpu especially given the situation were in now. I've seen this cpu appear on a few sites as their choice for budget/best value cpu. This specific cpu has been on sale before for around $190 and at that price it's almost the same price as the Ryzen 3 and i3 processors.
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thegame99 wrote: It feels like everyone is overlooking Intel these days, but this is still a great cpu especially given the situation were in now. I've seen this cpu appear on a few sites as their choice for budget/best value cpu. This specific cpu has been on sale before for around $190 and at that price it's almost the same price as the Ryzen 3 and i3 processors.
It's the comparatively higher motherboard pricing that's making people pass on these - not the CPU itself.
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I got it for 175+5$ shipping, looks comparable to the 3600X for gaming and general use, but makes sense it gets smashed by a 5600X. I have it with a Z490 board and it's awesome
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txenglan wrote: It's the comparatively higher motherboard pricing that's making people pass on these - not the CPU itself.
Yeah, the motherboards are a little bit more expensive but you can still get some pretty good boards under $150.
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txenglan wrote: It's the comparatively higher motherboard pricing that's making people pass on these - not the CPU itself.
Yea. Intel chip + motherboard together is quite pricy. If Ryzen give better performance with cheaper everything. It makes sense to go Ryzen. For desktop, going Ryzen makes sense. For going laptops, the prices are about fairly equal as somehow the manufacturer sort of cheap out on some components to push all intel and AMD product out the door.
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thegame99 wrote: Yeah, the motherboards are a little bit more expensive but you can still get some pretty good boards under $150.
I just put a build together in the last month. Mobo was 110 on amazon, gigabyte h470. i went with a 10100 i3 for 160. Purposely went with those because I wanted to run a hackintosh, but they're totally fine if you're doing a basic windows build at all. 10100 is pretty comparable bang for your buck compared to entry level ryzens. Add to that, I love having the integrated graphics. It's comparable to my 4850 card that I had in my old build from 2008ish. Waiting for graphics card prices to drop. I don't mind waiting a year or more before I start really gaming.
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Hallandale wrote: I just put a build together in the last month. Mobo was 110 on amazon, gigabyte h470. i went with a 10100 i3 for 160. Purposely went with those because I wanted to run a hackintosh, but they're totally fine if you're doing a basic windows build at all. 10100 is pretty comparable bang for your buck compared to entry level ryzens. Add to that, I love having the integrated graphics. It's comparable to my 4850 card that I had in my old build from 2008ish. Waiting for graphics card prices to drop. I don't mind waiting a year or more before I start really gaming.
Nice build. I know how you feel with a 4850. I'm still using a 6850 Face With Tears Of Joy
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lots of people selling this cpu with full system minus GPU in those scalped out Dell G5/XPS for $400
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txenglan wrote: It's the comparatively higher motherboard pricing that's making people pass on these - not the CPU itself.
Depends on which board. As long as you don't need a board with all the bell and whistles some Intel boards can be affordable.

I got a H570M board for US$129, 11400 (non F) CPU for US$189... haven't had a chance to put together the system yet.

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