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There’s another trick too, higher performance with lower power consumption Toms Hardware
The owners are very happy with their new PCs, mind you I think a lot of that is down to the Adata NVMe.
I was looking at an i3 as an in-between 3000G and 3400G solution but realised I’m out of touch with Intel world big style. The latest trap is watching out for the “F” CPUs which means you have to add a discrete graphics card. Fair enough (I think) in CPUs aimed at gaming but an “office” machine, albeit a higher end one?