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Ryzen 5 1600af Vs i5 9400f

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What are you planning to do? What do you mean by "better"?

 

The 9400f has better performance but the 1600AF is better value and is in a better platform


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1600AF offers much more than the 9400F, for a lower price tag.


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20 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

What are you planning to do? What do you mean by "better"?

 

The 9400f has better performance but the 1600AF is better value and is in a better platform

A ryzen 5 1600af can be overclocked to nearly match the 9400f in terms of performance. Its a much better value at $85 vs $120 for the locked i5

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Just now, steelo said:

A ryzen 5 1600af can be overclocked to nearly match the 9400f in terms of performance. Its a much better value at $85 vs $120 for the locked i5

You guys are getting it for $120?!

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