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Revan Aug 22
Replying to @TUM_APISAK
Seriously no SMT??
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Dylan Richards Aug 23
It replaces the 4C/8T options, so it will be superior in most tasks.
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Cresponian Prince Aug 22
Replying to @TUM_APISAK
$169.99 ?
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Ryan St.John Aug 23
The 9400f has an MSRP of $182, but retails at $145 - so hopefully AMD will bring it down closer to $140-$155 to kill any argument for the 9400f. The 4c/8t 3400g may be $149(MSRP & retail), but w/o graphics I think AMD can market a 6c/6t 3500 at the same price
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Ax Aug 22
6/6=1 core
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Glitch 🔥 Aug 23
Replying to @TUM_APISAK
Bye bye 9400F & 9600 🙈
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Ryan St.John Aug 23
Replying to @TUM_APISAK @AdoredTV
BTW guys, here's what we're looking at... R5 3500 - 6c/6t - 3.6 base/4.1 boost [presumably] -VS- i5 9400/9400f - 6c/6t - 2.9 base/4.1 boost - $182 ...with the 6c/12t(3.6/4.2) 3600 at $199... ...hhhmmm... [translation: AMD bout to wipe the budget i5s off the earth]
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Ryan St.John Aug 23
Replying to @TUM_APISAK @AdoredTV
I take that back - the 9400f has an MSRP of $182, but retails at $145. Although the 4c/4t 3400g retails at $149 AMD can market the 6c/6t 3500 at the same price since it doesn't carry graphics - which would render the 9400f a pointless choice, since the 3500 will outperform it
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Lance Lee Aug 22
Good catch!
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mrsYouDontKhowMe Aug 23
Replying to @TUM_APISAK
Hopefully that doesn’t mean the selling smt as a premium and it is actually decent
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Ryan St.John Aug 23
SMT IS a 'premium' feature - re: 4c/4t R3 1200/1300x/2200g/3200g As CPUs continue to become more power dense, as higher core counts become common, the need for SMT only falls, and 6 threads are enough for any real world uses outside of so called "productivity"(rendering, et al)
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