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    Intel Pentium Gold G5620 (2C/4T) revealed, a first at 4.0GHz

    And the Pentium Gold G5600F appears in a retail listing. 'F' indicates a disabled iGPU.
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    Re: Intel Pentium Gold G5620 (2C/4T) revealed, a first at 4.0GHz

    So, it's this or a r3 1200... Anyone with a brain would make the correct choice... not that you can't get a decent Athlon

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    Re: Intel Pentium Gold G5620 (2C/4T) revealed, a first at 4.0GHz

    65W for 2 cores...lol, meanwhile AMD are rumoured to be launching a Ryzen 3600 later this year with 8 cores / 16 thread around 3.6Ghz base clock for the same 65W...

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    Re: Intel Pentium Gold G5620 (2C/4T) revealed, a first at 4.0GHz

    these processors lack 'ecosystem'

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    Re: Intel Pentium Gold G5620 (2C/4T) revealed, a first at 4.0GHz

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    65W for 2 cores...lol, meanwhile AMD are rumoured to be launching a Ryzen 3600 later this year with 8 cores / 16 thread around 3.6Ghz base clock for the same 65W...
    Matches the TDP of the 2200G which is around the same price

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    Re: Intel Pentium Gold G5620 (2C/4T) revealed, a first at 4.0GHz

    The 2200g has very capable Vega 8 graphics so this Pentiums value proposition is shot down in flames.

    This just feels like duff stock shift to make cash and get space ready for 10nm

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