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Intel Core i5-9600K Desktop Processor 6 Cores up to 4.6 GHz Turbo Unlocked LGA1151 300 Series 95W [CPU] $229

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Am I better off getting a 9400 or 9400F since I don't need the integrated graphics? Just running an rx580 and 8gb of ram with an i3 8100
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Am I better off getting a 9400 or 9400F since I don't need the integrated graphics? Just running an rx580 and 8gb of ram with an i3 8100
9400F is a great deal if you don't need the graphics or overclocking.
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So the 95 watts spec.... that means it needs a cooler that can dissipate what would be 95 watts of heat, right? It doesn't actually use 95 watts, does it?
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So the 95 watts spec.... that means it needs a cooler that can dissipate what would be 95 watts of heat, right? It doesn't actually use 95 watts, does it?
With modern processors the power consumed and heat produced depends largely on how much work the CPU is performing. On idle, it's very low indeed. But if working flat out you should be prepared to get rid of 95 watts worth of heat.
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