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Old 2nd January 2022, 16:16   #41  |  Link
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Ok thanks for your clarification.

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Ok thanks for your clarification.

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Honestly just get the Anthlon dual core from ryzen. It'll be two cores and 4 threads, music encoding is very thread limited and this is more then enough.

It also has an on the die GPU.

AMD Athlon 3000G 2-Core, 4-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor with Radeon Graphics https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0815JGFQ8...ing=UTF8&psc=1

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Ok can I buy Athlon x4 970 or a8 9600 which are quad core apus and with AM4 socket. These costs less than Athlon 3000g.

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Ok can I buy Athlon x4 970 or a8 9600 which are quad core apus and with AM4 socket. These costs less than Athlon 3000g.

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Just verify what ever chip you get will be supported by the board you own. Then yes it'll work fine.

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Yes I have checked whether these processors are supported by my am4 motherboard b350.

Someone of you suggested to buy second hand but the above are better than second hand. If they are available in market it's better to buy as they cost less and require lower psu etc.,.

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One good thing about 2nd hand gear is that it has already been 'burnt in' for you,

Burn-in:- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burn-in

The most likely time for a system to fail is when its brand spanking new. [or when it is really really really old - where it would be really really really cheap]
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No i am not going to buy any second hand but I am suggesting not to buy them. I am saying that we can get other new components at reduced price and with lower specs.

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