- Aug 25, 2001
Post em if you've got em! Looking forward to a sort of "back to the (new, 10th-Gen) roots (Pentium)" build. Maybe next month.
LOL it looks like a no on that.Can you BCLK them in any board?
Yeah, remember that era where Intel were stuck with CPUs that ran crazy hot, and they had to crank up their clock speeds to crazy levels to compete with AMD? Nothing like today!Pentium 4GHz with Hyper Threading
sounds like a beast from another era.
but really, that's likely a very good CPU for web browsing for the money, well, even gaming for the most part should work out ok.
Yes, somewhat ironic isn't it?Wow, finally a Pentium with a higher clock speed than the Extreme Edition! Same core and thread count too.
...and encoding. Though I suppose Quicksync can make up for it if you don't mind the quality loss.Therefore, this recent release of the G6400, is basically the culmination of all of those:
Stock 4.0Ghz clock, and 2C/4T configuration. The only thing missing is AVX opcodes, which could still be a problem for gaming purposes.
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