Intel Core i3 (10th Gen) i3-10300 Quad-core (4 Core) 3.70 GHz Processor

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Intel Core i3 (10th Gen) i3-10300 Quad-core (4 Core) 3. 70 GHz Processor

nIntel Core i3 (10th Gen) i3-10300 Quad-core (4 Core) 3. 70 GHz Processor – Retail Pack – 8 MB L3 Cache – 64-bit Processing – 4. 40 GHz

Overclocking Speed:- 14 nm – Socket LGA-1200 – UHD Graphics 630 Graphics – 65 W – 8 Threads CACH UPTO 4. 4GHz FC-LGA14C MM99A00G

1 review for Intel Core i3 (10th Gen) i3-10300 Quad-core (4 Core) 3.70 GHz Processor

  1. Jon (verified owner)

    How many of you just need a fast processor for standard home/office work? Buy this and call it a day.If you need something to handle Microsoft Office, any browser (your internet connection matters more), and basic applications, the 12100 is all you need. Loading time is very good. You really don’t need amazing graphics to perform any of these tasks. I’m using integrated video and it suits me just fine. My other computer uses the APU on an AMD 5600G and I’ve never had issues. I paired this CPU with a barebones Gigabyte motherboard (cheapest I could find) and 8GB of DDR4 memory and it rivals my AMD setup for plain tasks.Don’t feel like you need an i5, i7, or even the i3 12400 if you just need an everyday computer for watching videos, doing online banking, or crunching out work material (unless you are editing heavy media). This i3-12100 is the equivalent of a quad core processor from years back. If you are working on virtual machines, doing strong programming, have a million windows open, need to use Adobe Creative Suite to quickly produce and export content, then you may want to consider moving up to a stronger processor. Even so, this one is still pretty good – it will just take longer to complete some things.I’m overall very happy with this processor and I think most households who have similar requirements will be satisfied. The 12400 did get to $160 at some point so that could be something to look at to future proof a machine since it has six cores (not that I need them right now).

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