Intel BX80662G4400 Pentium Processor G4400 3.3 GHz FCLGA1151
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Intel BX80662G4400 Pentium Processor G4400 3.3 GHz FCLGA1151


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Boxed Intel Pentium Processor G4400 (3M Cache, 3.30 GHz) FC-LGA14C – Skylake

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March 29, 2017

Verified Purchase

Running in an Ubuntu server I built awhile ago, dual core, and runs Samba and even a minecraft server with ease.

August 31, 2017

Verified Purchase

it’s not the piece of trash l thought it would be. my step dad has 2 computers, one of them l built for him and it’s a server for FXCM (RIP) the other one was some cheap $200 HP (not to say HP is bad) junk heap that he got at best back in 2012 which has a cooked HGST hard drive, so he asked me if l could build him a new desktop computer on a tight budget. and l got one of these for that machine and it’s significantly faster than that other piece of trash he had. it had an AMD vision E1 clocked at 1.4Ghz and it can barely run puppy linux without being a turd. l have no idea how he was able to run windows 10 on that thing, apparently it took over 5 minutes to boot and struggled loading pages on the internet. anyways, l played with this machine a little bit and it could do full HD video streaming and web browsing with no issues which is what he wanted it for. he says it’s much faster than that other cheapo he had.

November 13, 2017

Verified Purchase

Good ol’ processor! Works as it should. Stays cool with OEM cooler fan and is fast enough for what I need (mining). This CPU also has a low power draw which is the main reason I purchased it. I recommend this CPU (at least for mining).

August 10, 2017

Verified Purchase

Surprisingly fast for the price. It makes no sense at all to buy an i3 for the few hundred megahertz you’re paying double or more than the Pentiums. Both i3s and Pentiums are dual core / quad thread CPUs with minimal differences in performance but drastic pricing differences. If you want something fast either muster up the extra cash for an i5 or just buy an AMD Ryzen CPU and motherboard. The Ryzen 3 is the same price as an i3 dual core quad thread but is overclockable and is a quad core quad thread just like an i5. Almost all Ryzen CPU’s can hit 3.9 Ghz. Keep in mind Ryzen’s don’t have any intergrated GPUs as of yet so you would need to spend some more money for a dedicated graphics card. For some this isn’t an issue since you can choose to spend a little more to get much better graphics than an iGPU like the ones in the Intel Core lineup excluding the high end desktop platforms. Keeping that in mind for the price of the Pentium you can’t beat it considering the fact that there’s an intergrated GPU too, which is more than enough for people like me who use these CPUs for home theater pc’s and for pretty nice entry level gaming platform on a budget.

October 11, 2017

Verified Purchase

Depending on what you’re doing and the gpu you pair with the g4400 expect some pretty good results. I don’t do anything insane. I play world of warcraft, PoE, LoL. In WoW I easily 100+fps around high settings 1080p.

Understanding what you do is important in choosing your processor and choosing a gpu that doesn’t bottleneck your cpu. I have the g4400 with a 750 ti and it does all I need it to do. Without hiccups. Now if you’re doing some heavy stuff like regular video editing, large amounts of multi-tasking, streaming. Things of those natures look elsewhere. I personally recommend one of the new ryzen cpus which does have lower per core performance but it’s multi-thread performance is significantly better, therefore you can easily multi-task, have multiple programs open, easily video edit, stream etc. In terms of workload ryzen smashes a lot of the higher priced intel equivalents (not always in terms of pure performance but for the price you can’t beat ryzen at the moment). Most important thing is performance to dollar. I recommend if you want to purchase a cpu to do your research, understand what you’re doing. Google is your friend and channels like Linus tech tips will help you through the process.

January 12, 2018

Verified Purchase

Works well so far on my crypto mining rig. NOTE: Thermal paste already installed. Solid savings of $6-$10 right off the bat. I will update if things change.

January 24, 2018

Verified Purchase

Brand new in package. It works as expected and its just right for a mining rig. Would gladly buy again.

January 9, 2018

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