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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-19-2019, 08:06 AM - Thread Starter
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best cpu: cpu that's currently better than '2200g' ?

what's the best site that shows tests about which cpu around the same price is better than this?

looks like this 2200g thing came out early ????

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryzen

been over 2 years now that an extremely long time im assuuming there should be something better than that by now ?

this was recommended by 1 person, that 1 person knew alot about cpus, its the best cpu that there was

there's very very very few ppl on this entire web that actually knows alot about any given topic

what's the best site that shows tests about which cpu around the same price is better than this?

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https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreview...marks-vs-intel

that may help.

Do you have a graphics card or are you using the built in graphics? If you want a replacement CPU with built in graphics that will limit you to 4 cores. The 3400G has 4 cores and 8 threads, built in vega graphics, and the cores are based on ZEN+ (like the ryzen 2000 series without graphics) the APU's are a generation behind the CPU's without graphics.

If you're looking to spend around $100-$200 on a new CPU and don't need graphics built in then you could look at the 2700 or 3600.



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It depends on what you intend to use the cpu for,


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3600 = are we able to see a verifiable performance per price ratio with this 3600 rec?
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3600 = are we able to see a verifiable performance per price ratio with this 3600 rec?
The 3600 non X is basically the best performing per dollar processor at present.

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3600 = are we able to see a verifiable performance per price ratio with this 3600 rec?
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/a...aphics/23.html

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So that's true based on MSRP and not indicative of true performance per dollar in the marketplace. I sold my 2200G for around the $49 that the 3000G is being compared at. And there are second hand 2400G CPU's selling for under $65 on any given day which is going to be by far the best value in the super cheap CPU category. That is if the OP is willing to buy second hand

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That's certainly an oddly laid out infographic. It's also based on MSRP and not indicative of true performance per dollar in the marketplace. I sold my 2200G for around the $49 that the 3000G is being compared at. And there are second hand 2400G CPU's selling for under $65 on any given day which is going to be by far the best value in the super cheap CPU category.
Yeah it's not reflective of street prices but unless you have a dynamic graphic that's looking up prices all the time, it's going to be the closest you'll get.
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