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IntelBX80684I58400

6 Cores, 6 Threads
@2.8GHz Coffee Lake (2017)

Real World Speed
Performance profile from 15,460 user samples
654 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 103% Base clock 3.8 GHz, turbo 4.2 GHz (avg)
Worst Bench: 85% Base clock 3.8 GHz, turbo 0.55 GHz (avg)
Poor: 85% Great: 103%
SPEED RANK: 21st / 1110
Gaming
Gaming 96%
Nuclear submarine
Desktop
Desktop 93%
Nuclear submarine
Workstation
Workstation 102%
UFO
14,806 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 96% Base clock 2.8 GHz, turbo 3.8 GHz (avg)
Worst Bench: 83% Base clock 2.8 GHz, turbo 1.4 GHz (avg)
Poor: 83% Great: 96%
SPEED RANK: 31st / 1110
Gaming
Gaming 91%
Nuclear submarine
Desktop
Desktop 88%
Aircraft carrier
Workstation
Workstation 66%
Battle cruiser
Effective Speed
Effective CPU Speed
95.8 % Slightly faster effective speed.
+5%
91.1 %
SC Mixed
Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed
115 Pts 119 Pts +3%
QC Mixed
Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed
444 Pts 463 Pts +4%
MC Mixed
Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed
1261 Pts Hugely faster multi-core speed.
+87%
673 Pts
SC Mixed
OC Single Core Mixed Speed
122 Pts 125 Pts +2%
QC Mixed
OC Quad Core Mixed Speed
483 Pts 486 Pts +1%
MC Mixed
OC Multi Core Mixed Speed
1380 Pts Hugely faster OC multi-core speed.
+92%
718 Pts
Market Share
Based on 9,330,401 CPUs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
0.04 % 1.16 % Insanely higher market share.
+2,800%
Value
Value For Money
87.5 % 109 % Better value.
+25%
User Rating
UBM User Rating
71 % 104 % Much more popular.
+46%
Price
Price (score)
$371 $179 Much cheaper.
+52%
Age
Newest
9 Months 8 Months Slightly more recent.
+11%
SC Int
Single Core Integer Speed
118 Pts 122 Pts +3%
SC Float
Single Core Floating Point Speed
127 Pts 129 Pts +2%
QC Int
Quad Core Integer Speed
463 Pts 473 Pts +2%
QC Float
Quad Core Floating Point Speed
502 Pts +0% 501 Pts
MC Int
Multi Core Integer Speed
1336 Pts Hugely faster multi-core int speed.
+91%
699 Pts
MC Float
Multi Core Floating Point Speed
1387 Pts Hugely faster multi-core fp speed.
+87%
743 Pts
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The 8 core, 16 thread 1900X is the third and entry-level processor from AMD’s Threadripper series of high-end desktop (HEDT) processors. The 1900X is based on AMD’s 14nm Zen architecture and features 20MB of cache (16MB of which is L3) and quad channel DDR4, which is twice as many channels as in the Ryzen 7 series. It has a base clock of 3.8GHz increasing to a boost of 4.0 GHz and has an additional short-term boost of 0.2 GHz when thermals allow. Most impressively, the 1900X features 64 PCIe lanes which is the same of number of lanes in the nearly twice as expensive Ryzen Threadripper flagship, the 1950X. This facilitates the simultaneous high speed PCIe connection of up to seven different graphics or storage peripherals. By comparison, Intel’s similarly priced 8 core, 16 thread i7-7820X which, even though it has an 11% effective speed advantage over the 1900X, only has 28 PCIe lanes (down from 44 lanes as recently seen in the recent i9-7900X). Both upgrade options may require new, and not inexpensive motherboards, the 7820X requires an X299 (Basin Falls) chipset and the 1900X utilizes the premium X399 motherboard. Despite the considerable price tags attached to the CPUs and motherboards, never before has HEDT processing been so affordable. [Oct '17 CPUPro]

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The i5-8400 is a competitively priced hex-core processor from Intel’s 8th generation of Core processors (Coffee Lake). Along with the release of the unlocked i5-8600K, this is the first time that six-core processors have featured in the i5 line-up. Like the other Coffee Lake processors, the i5-8400 is based upon an improved version of Intel’s 14nm architecture which featured in both Skylake and Kaby Lake. Early benchmarks reveal that for average quad core usage (most games employ a maximum of four cores) the i5-8400 performs way above its pay grade. It achieves quad core mixed speeds close to Intel’s outgoing 2017 flagship the $300, quad-core, 8 thread i7-7700k, which to date has been a strong favourite for high-end gaming setups. On paper, the i5-8400 has a base clock of 2.8 GHz (Intel are significantly downplaying the performance of this SKU by giving it a relatively low nominal base clock), an all core boost of 3.8 GHz (this is the effective base clock figure that counts) and a single core boost of 4 GHz. This compares reasonably well to the i5-8600K which has a base clock of 3.6 GHz, all core boost of 4.1 GHz and a single core boost of 4.3 GHz. The i5-8400 also features 9MB of L3 cache and an energy-thrifty TDP of 65W. Priced at under $190, the i5-8400 offers fantastic value for money. Unfortunately, like the other Coffee Lake processors, the i5-8400 will require a new 300 series motherboard, and at the time of writing, the only available version is Intel’s high-end Z370 which isn't an ideal pairing for the i5-8400. The Z series motherboards are designed to cater for the unlocked and overclockable "K" SKUs. Cheaper 300 series motherboards will be available in 2018 at which time the 8400 will offer even better value for money. [Oct '17 CPUPro]

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