https://ark.intel.com/products/codename ... e#@desktop
For everyday lightly-threaded use, your processor will be running at close to its maximum turbo boost frequency. For that reason, the $245
Core i5-9600K may be worth considering, since it will run extremely fast when lightly loaded. Keep in mind that with an Intel "K" processor, you'll need to spend another $30
for a CPU cooler like the Arctic Freezer 13 CO.
If your build budget is so sensitive that $35 matters, why are you not looking at a $187
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 and an $84
motherboard with the B450 chipset? The AMD processor comes with a decent Wraith Stealth CPU cooler and you'll save on the motherboard vs. Intel, too.
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