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New Contributor II
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CPU Comparison

I am becoming interested (and excited) about the 9th generation NUCs.

 

I want to compare CPU performance using a particular chart, which I cannot find in Google. I know about the chart because some kind person on this forum sent me a link to it a year or so ago but, owing to my changed login details, I cannot now find that post.

 

Can anybody help, please?

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Super User
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This is what you're looking for? https://nucblog.net/2018/12/2019-2020-nuc-roadmap-leaked/

 

Leon

 

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New Contributor II
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Thanks, Leon, but I have already seen that.

It is a particular CPU Comparison chart I want. It was very easy to plug in two different CPUs and get a whole range of information about them.

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New Contributor II
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I have finally found what I was looking for here: https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i5-5250U-vs-Intel-Core-i3-8100/m24945vs3942

 

Thanks anyway.

 

 

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I am about to buy the PC, which processor will be recommended as per the performance? Looking for the good suggestions.

 

I was also reading a few comparisons between Intel Core i7-9700K vs Core i7-8700K and one of them is here https://www.reviewsed.com/intel-core-i7-9700k-vs-core-i7-8700k/ and after initial analysis,  i believe that Intel Core i7-9700K is a superior processor, but the performance would not be as good as the numbers state and it seems Core i7-8700K is the preferred option in comparisons. 

 

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There are dozens of processors. Compare the two you referenced here:

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/compare.html?productIds=190885,126684,186604

 

I added the i7-9700KF. The difference is that it does not have processor graphics. You would have to add a Nvidia or AMD card. If that was your intention anyway, it can save you enough for a couple of beers.

 

Doc

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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