A new cost-effective choice for gamers, Intel launches i3-10100F

For most non-3A gamers, a high-performance quad-core processor with a graphics card worth about 1,000 yuan (USD $143) can fully meet the daily gaming needs. If this is what your needs are, the i3-10100F recently launched by Intel may be your new cost-effective choice for installation.

This product is currently on Intel's official website. It has a base frequency of 3.6GHz, a turbo frequency of 4.3GHz, and uses a 14nm process. The official said that its thermal design power consumption is 65W, and it should be relatively power-saving in actual use. It should be fine with an entry-level A series motherboard and a very general heat sink.

The suffix F of this model means that it has no nuclear display, but this is not a problem for gamers at all. On the contrary, the sales of Intel's two generations of F series graphics cards are good. The price of 79 knives and 97 dollars is also very competitive. With 50 series graphics cards, the budget of the whole machine should be controlled at around 3,000 yuan (USD $429) .

As for its competitor, it should be AMD's R3 3300X. The latter also does not have an integrated graphics card, is designed for 4 cores and 8 threads, and has a thermal design power consumption of 65W. However, the 3300X has basically been out of stock since its release, so if the supply of i3-10100F is sufficient, there should be no worries about sales.