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News Intel resurrects Pentium G3420 processor

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 10 Dec 2019.

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    "To make it sound a bit more appealing to modern systems, it's worth remembering that the 22nm chip is compatible with the LGA1151 infrastructure that supports 53W CPUs, and that's widely available. However, the G3420 is slower than a Celeron G4920 and who really wants to hear that? "
    Isn't Haswell socket LGA 1150? So, won't fit anything newer than H/Z97 boards
     
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