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CPU Hierarchy 2020: Intel and AMD Processors Ranked

Your CPU has a huge effect on overall performance and, to many, is a computer’s most important component. But when it comes time to buying a CPU for your desktop, you’ll find a dizzying collection of model numbers and specs from both Intel and AMD. We’ve listed our the best CPUs for gaming and best processors for work in other articles, but if you want to know how each chip stacks up against all the others and how we come to our decisions, this CPU Hierarchy is for you.

Below, we’ve ranked all the consumer Intel 9th, 8th and 7th Gen processors, along with AMD’s Ryzen and Threadripper chips from all three generations. We determined the order in the first table based on a geometric mean of gaming performance in four titles: Grand Theft Auto V, Hitman 2, Final Fantasy XV, and World of Tanks.

We also include an application performance metric in our second application score table, which we’ve split up into single- and multi-core measurements. We generated the single-threaded metric via a geometric mean of performance in single-threaded LAME, Cinebench, POV-Ray and y-cruncher applications, giving you a good idea of performance in everyday desktop PC applications. The multi-threaded workload column is based on performance in Cinebench, POV-ray, vray, Blender, y-cruncher, and Handbrake x264 and x265 workloads represent performance in productivity-focused applications that tend to require more compute horsepower.

The most powerful chip gets a 100 and all others are scored relative to it. If you want our recommendations for specific price bands, please check out our Best CPUs for gaming page.

Intel’s new Comet Lake processors have cratered into the market, leading to some changes to our hierarchy. The Core i9-10900K now slots in as the fastest gaming processor on the market, while the capable Core i5-10600K slots in as a capable performer given its price point. We also added the Ryzen 3 3300X and Ryzen 3 3100, both of which offer an unprecedented amount of performance in the low-cost bracket.

Intel and AMD CPU Gaming Hierarchy

Gaming ScoreCPUCores/ThreadsBase/BoostTDPBuyIntel Core i9-10900K100Comet Lake10/203.7/5.3125WIntel Core i9-9900KIntel Core i9-9900KS99.58%Coffee Lake-R8/164.0 / 5.0 GHz127W Intel Core i9-9900KSIntel Core i9-10980XE98.51%Cascade Lake-X18/363.0 / 4.8 GHz165WIntel Core i9-10980XEIntel Core i7-9700K96.77%Coffee Lake-R8/83.6 / 4.9 GHz95WIntel Core i7-9700KIntel Xeon W-3175X96.41%Skylake28/563.1 / 4.3 GHz225WIntel Xeon W-3175XAMD Threadripper 3970X96.19%Zen 232/643.7 / 4.5 GHz280WAMD Threadripper 3970XAMD Threadripper 3960X96.13%Zen 224/483.8 / 4.5 GHz280WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960XIntel Core i9-9900K95.84%Coffee Lake-R8/163.6 / 5.0 GHz95WIntel Core i9-9900KAMD Threadripper 3990X95.76%Zen 264/1282.9 / 4.3 GHz280WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990XAMD Ryzen 9 3900X94.56%Zen 212/243.8 / 4.6 GHz105WAMD Ryzen 9 3900XIntel Core i9-9900KF97.1Coffee Lake-R8/163.6 / 5.0 GHz95WIntel Core i9-9900KFIntel Core i9-9980XE 94.36%Skylake18/364.4 / 4.5 GHz165WIntel Core i9-9980XEAMD Ryzen 9 3950X94.31%Zen 216/323.5 / 4.7 GHz105WAMD Ryzen 9 3950XAMD Ryzen 9 390094.12%Zen 212/243.1 / 4.3 GHz65WOEM onlyIntel Core i5-10600K93.76%Comet Lake6/124.1 / 4.8 GHz125WIntel Core i5-10600KAMD Ryzen 7 3700X93.56%Zen 28/163.6 / 4.4 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 7 3700XIntel Core i7-8700K~Coffee Lake6/123.7 / 4.7 GHz95WIntel Core i7-8700KIntel Core i7-8700~Coffee Lake6/123.2 / 4.6 GHz65WIntel Core i7-8700Intel Core i9-7960X~Skylake16 / 322.8 / 4.2 GHz165WIntel Core i9-7960XAMD Ryzen 5 3600X91.23%Zen 26/123.8 / 4.4 GHz95WAMD Ryzen 5 3600XAMD Ryzen 5 360090.99%Zen 26/123.6 / 4.2 GHz65W AMD Ryzen 5 3600Intel Core i5-9600K90.33%Coffee Lake-R6/63.7 / 4.6 GHz95WIntel Core i5-9600KAMD Ryzen 3 3300X90.24%Zen 24/83.8 / 4.3 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 3 3300XAMD Ryzen 5 3500X88.06%Zen 26/63.6 / 4.1 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 5 3500XIntel Core i5-8600K~Coffee Lake6/63.6 / 4.3 GHz95WIntel Core i5-8600KAMD Ryzen 7 2700X~Zen+8/163.7 / 4.3 GHz105WAMD Ryzen 7 2700XIntel Core i9-7980XE~Skylake18 / 362.6 / 4.2 GHz165WIntel Core i9-7980XEIntel Core i9-7900X~Skylake10/203.3 / 4.3 GHz140WIntel Core i9-7980XIntel Core i5-8600~Coffee Lake6/63.1 / 4.3 GHz65WIntel Core i5-8600Intel Core i7-7700K~Kaby Lake4/84.2 / 4.5 GHz91WIntel Core i7-7700KIntel Core i5-8500~Coffee Lake6/63.0 / 4.1 GHz65WIntel Core i5-8500Intel Core i5-9400 / i5-9400F83.61%Coffee Lake6/62.9 / 4.1 GHz65WIntel Core i5-9400FIntel Core i7-7700K82.21%Kaby Lake4/84.2 / 4.5 GHz91WIntel Core i7-7700KIntel Core i5-8400~Coffee Lake6/62.8 / 4.0 GHz65WIntel Core i5-8400AMD Threadripper 2990WX (GM)81.35%Zen+32/643.0 / 4.2 GHz250WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WXIntel Core i7-7820X~Skylake8/163.6 / 4.3 GHz140WIntel Core i7-7820XIntel Core i3-9350KF79.35%Coffee Lake4/44.0/4.6 GHz91WIntel Core i3-9350KFAMD Threadripper 2950X (GM)78.99%Zen +16/323.5 / 4.4 GHz180WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950XAMD Threadripper 2970WX78.86%Zen +24/483.0 / 4.2 GHz250WAMD Threadripper 2970WXAMD Ryzen 3 310078.48%Zen 24/83.8 / 3.9 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 3 3100AMD Ryzen 5 2600X78.25%Zen+6/123.6 / 4.2 GHz95WAMD Ryzen 5 2600XIntel Core i3-8350K75.40%Coffee Lake4/44.0 / – GHz91WIntel Core i3-8350KAMD Ryzen 7 2700~Zen+8/163.2 / 4.1 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 7 2700AMD Threadripper 1900X (GM)~Zen8/163.8 / 4.0 GHz180WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900XIntel Core i7-7700~Kaby Lake4/83.6 / 4.2 GHz65WIntel Core i7-7700AMD Ryzen 5 2600~Zen+6/123.4 / 3.9 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 5 2600Intel Core i7-7800X~Skylake6/123.5 / 4.0 GHz140WIntel Core i7-7800XIntel Core i5-7600K~Kaby Lake4/43.8 / 4.2 GHz91WIntel Core i5-7600KAMD Threadripper 1950X (GM)~Zen16/323.4 / 4.0 GHz180WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950XAMD Threadripper 1920X (GM)~Zen12/243.5 / 4.0 GHz180WAMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920XAMD Ryzen 7 1800X~Zen8/163.6 / 4.0 GHz95WAMD Ryzen 7 1800XIntel Core i5-7600~Kaby Lake4/43.5 / 4.1 GHz65WIntel Core i5-7600Intel Core i3-910072.60%Coffee Lake-R4/43.6 / 4.2 GHz65WIntel Core i3-9100Intel Core i3-8300~Coffee Lake4/43.7 / – GHz62WIntel Core i3-8300Intel Core i3-8100~Coffee Lake4/43.6 / – GHz65WIntel Core i3-8100Intel Core i5-7500~Kaby Lake4/43.4 / 3.8 GHz65WIntel Core i5-7500Intel Core i5-7400~Kaby Lake4/43.0 / 3.5 GHz65WIntel Core i5-7400AMD Ryzen 7 1700X~Zen8/163.8 / 3.9 GHz95WAMD Ryzen 7 1700XAMD Ryzen 5 1600AF70.39%Zen +6/123.2 / 3.6 GHz65W AMD Ryzen 5 1600AMD Ryzen 7 1700~Zen8/163.0 / 3.8 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 7 1700AMD Ryzen 5 3400G68.04%Zen +4/83.7 / 4.2 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 5 3400GAMD Ryzen 5 1600X66.47%Zen6/123.6 / 4.0 GHz95WAMD Ryzen 5 1600XAMD Ryzen 5 160066.1Zen6/123.2 / 3.6 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 5 1600AMD Ryzen 3 3200G64.40%Zen +4/43.6 / 4.0 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 3 3200GAMD Ryzen 5 1500X~Zen4/83.5 / 3.7 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 5 1500XIntel Core i3-7350K~Kaby Lake2/44.2 / – GHz60WIntel Core i3-7350KAMD Ryzen 5 2400G63.37%Zen+4/83.6 / 3.9 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 5 2400GAMD Ryzen 3 1300X56.36%Zen4/43.5 / 3.7 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 3 1300XIntel Core i3-7300~Kaby Lake2/44.0 / – GHz51WIntel Core i3-7300Intel Core i3-7100~Kaby Lake2/43.9 / – GHz51WAMD Ryzen 5 1400~Zen4/83.2 / 3.4 GHz65WAMD Ryzen 3 2200G~Zen+4/43.5 / 3.7 GHz65WRyzen 3 2200GAMD Athlon 240GE~Zen2/43.5 / – GHz35WAMD Athlon 240GEAMD Athlon 220GE~Zen2/43.4 / – GHz35WAMD Athlon 220GEAMD Athlon 200GE~Zen2/43.2 / – GHz35WAMD Athlon 200GEIntel Pentium G5600~Coffee Lake2/43.9 / – GHz54WPentium Gold G5600Intel Pentium G5400~Coffee Lake2/43.7 / – GHz54WPentium Gold G5400Intel Pentium G4620~Kaby Lake2/43.7 / – GHz54WIntel Pentium G4620Intel Pentium G4560~Kaby Lake2/43.5 / – GHz54WIntel Pentium G4560AMD Ryzen 3 1200~Zen4/43.1 / 3.2 GHz65W AMD Ryzen 3 1200

We used the Nvidia GTX 2080 Ti GPU for our tests at HD resolution. We have also included several newer processors that we haven’t tested yet, but we’ve assigned them basic positions in our hierarchy based on their capabilities. Naturally, this list will grow as we add more processors.

You may be surprised to find that some less-expensive chips ranked above their upscale siblings. For example, the Core i7-9700K comes out ahead of the Core i9-9900K on this list because it offers better performance in some games due to its lack of hyperthreading, which was enough to help it do better on the overall suite of tests. However, depending on the application, you may see stronger results from the higher-end chip.

Intel and AMD CPU Single-Threaded Performance Hierarchy

Single-Threaded App ScoreArchitectureCores/ThreadsBase/BoostTDPCore i9-10900K100.0%Comet Lake10/203.7 / 5.3 GHz125WCore i9-9900K96.61%Coffee Lake-R8/163.6 / 5.0 GHz95WCore i9-10980XE96.54%Cascade Lake-X18/363.0 / 4.8 GHz165WCore i7-9700K94.72%Coffee Lake-R8/83.6 / 4.9 GHz95WRyzen 9 3950X94.30%Zen 216/323.5 / 4.7 GHz105WRyzen 9 3900X93.97%Zen 212/243.8 / 4.6 GHz105WCore i9-9900KS93.03%Coffee Lake-R8/164.0 / 5.0 GHz127WCore i5-10600K93.02%Comet Lake6/124.1 / 4.8 GHz125WThreadripper 3970X92.40%Zen 232/643.7 / 4.5 GHz280WThreadripper 3960X92.25%Zen 224/483.8 / 4.5 GHz280WRyzen 7 3700X91.69%Zen 28/163.6 / 4.4 GHz65WRyzen 3 3300X90.89%Zen 24/83.8 / 4.3 GHz65WRyzen 5 3600X90.32%Zen 26/123.8 / 4.4 GHz95WThreadripper 3990X90.09%Zen 264/1282.9 / 4.3 GHz280WCore i3-9350KF90.09%Coffee Lake4/44.0/4.6 GHz91WCore i9-9980XE89.44%Skylake18/364.4 / 4.5 GHz165WCore i5-9600K89.31%Coffee Lake-R6/63.7 / 4.6 GHz95WCore i7-7700K88.21%Kaby Lake4/84.2 / 4.5 GHz91WRyzen 5 360087.82%Zen 26/123.6 / 4.2 GHz65WXeon W-3175X86.33%Skylake28/563.1 / 4.3 GHz225WRyzen 5 3500X84.69%Zen 26/63.6 / 4.1 GHz65WCore i3-910082.52%Coffee Lake-R4/43.6 / 4.2 GHz65WRyzen 3 310080.81%Zen 24/83.8 / 3.9 GHz65WCore i5-9400 / -9400F80.16%Coffee Lake6/62.9 / 4.1 GHz65WRyzen 9 390077.41%Zen 212/243.1 / 4.3 GHz65WCore i3-8350K75.63%Coffee Lake4/44.0 / – GHz91WThreadripper 2950X74.11%Zen +16/323.5 / 4.4 GHz180WThreadripper 2990WX71.28%Zen+32/643.0 / 4.2 GHz250WThreadripper 2970WX71.02%Zen +24/483.0 / 4.2 GHz250WRyzen 5 2600X70.98%Zen+6/123.6 / 4.2 GHz95WRyzen 5 3400G69.17%Zen +4/83.7 / 4.2 GHz65WRyzen 5 2400G64.81%Zen+4/83.6 / 3.9 GHz65WRyzen 3 3200G64.12%Zen +4/43.6 / 4.0 GHz65WRyzen 3 1300X63.85%Zen4/43.5 / 3.7 GHz65WRyzen 5 1600AF62.99%Zen6/123.2 / 3.6 GHz65WRyzen 5 1600X57.31%Zen6/123.6 / 4.0 GHz95W

Single-threaded performance is often tied directly to the responsiveness and snappiness of your PC in any number of daily applications, like loading an operating system or surfing the web. This metric largely depends upon a mixture of instruction per cycle (IPC) throughput (the number of operations the chip can execute in one clock cycle) and frequency, which is the speed at which the transistors switch between on and off states. However, a whole host of other considerations, such as cache, architecture, and interconnects (like rings, meshes, and infinity fabric) impact this measure of per-core performance, so these results do not align perfectly based upon clock frequency. Instead, performance varies with each application and how well it is tuned for the respective architectures.

Intel and AMD CPU Multi-Threaded Performance

Multi-Threaded App ScoreArchitectureCores/ThreadsBase/BoostTDPThreadripper 3990X100.0%Zen 264/1282.9 / 4.3 GHz280WThreadripper 3970X83.76%Zen 232/643.7 / 4.5 GHz280WThreadripper 3960X72.04%Zen 224/483.8 / 4.5 GHz280WXeon W-3175X69.92%Skylake28/563.1 / 4.3 GHz225WRyzen 9 3950X53.48%Zen 216/323.5 / 4.7 GHz105WCore i9-10980XE52.75%Cascade Lake-X18/363.0 / 4.8 GHz165WCore i9-9980XE52.14%Skylake18/364.4 / 4.5 GHz165WThreadripper 2990WX48.00%Zen+32/643.0 / 4.2 GHz250WRyzen 9 3900X44.64%Zen 212/243.8 / 4.6 GHz105WThreadripper 2970WX44.26%Zen +24/483.0 / 4.2 GHz250WCore i9-10900K40.39%Comet Lake10/203.7 / 5.3 GHz125WThreadripper 2950X39.51%Zen +16/323.5 / 4.4 GHz180WRyzen 9 390038.34%Zen 212/243.1 / 4.3 GHz65WCore i9-9900KS33.36%Coffee Lake-R8/164.0 / 5.0 GHz127WCore i9-9900K32.69%Coffee Lake-R8/163.6 / 5.0 GHz95WRyzen 7 3700X32.56%Zen 28/163.6 / 4.4 GHz65WCore i7-9700K27.01%Coffee Lake-R8/83.6 / 4.9 GHz95WRyzen 5 3600X25.88%Zen 26/123.8 / 4.4 GHz95WRyzen 5 360025.58%Zen 26/123.6 / 4.2 GHz65WCore i5-10600K25.18%Comet Lake6/124.1 / 4.8 GHz125WRyzen 5 2600X20.10%Zen+6/123.6 / 4.2 GHz95WCore i5-9600K20.04%Coffee Lake-R6/63.7 / 4.6 GHz95WRyzen 3 3300X19.03%Zen 24/83.8 / 4.3 GHz65WRyzen 5 3500X18.94%Zen 26/63.6 / 4.1 GHz65WCore i5-9400 / -9400F18.12%Coffee Lake6/62.9 / 4.1 GHz65WCore i7-7700K17.77%Kaby Lake4/84.2 / 4.5 GHz91WRyzen 5 1600AF17.72%Zen6/123.2 / 3.6 GHz65WRyzen 3 310017.23%Zen 24/83.8 / 3.9 GHz65WRyzen 5 1600X16.94%Zen6/123.6 / 4.0 GHz95WCore i3-9350KF14.52%Coffee Lake4/44.0/4.6 GHz91WRyzen 5 3400G13.83%Zen +4/83.7 / 4.2 GHz65WCore i3-910013.03%Coffee Lake-R4/43.6 / 4.2 GHz65WRyzen 5 2400G12.93%Zen+4/83.6 / 3.9 GHz65WCore i3-8350K12.79%Coffee Lake4/44.0 / – GHz91WRyzen 3 3200G10.61%Zen +4/43.6 / 4.0 GHz65WRyzen 3 1300X9.85%Zen4/43.5 / 3.7 GHz65W

Like we see with single-threaded performance metrics, multi-threaded performance, which is a measure of a chips performance in applications that utilize multiple software threads, varies based upon a whole host of architectural factors. It also depends heavily upon how well the software scales with additional compute cores. As such, these results do not align perfectly based upon core/thread count, though it does serve as a decent litmus of multi-threaded performance. Be aware that architectures, caches, and interconnects also have a profound impact on these results, as all of these factors impact how well performance scales with additional threads. Performance rarely scales perfectly with the addition of more cores/threads, so the scaling factor of each processor architecture weighs in heavily on the value proposition of going with a higher core count processor for your specific application.

These factors impact the Threadripper lineup in our charts. With an industry-leading slathering of core counts, these processors offer the utmost performance in many different threaded workloads, but can suffer in some less-demanding desktop PC-class applications that either don’t utilize the cores and threads fully, or aren’t optimized for the architecture. That reduces the gap separating the rankings in the mainstream applications we use for this list, but in many cases, you can see much larger deltas with specific applications. You should view individual reviews and our best processors for applications list for a better sense of how those processors fare in professional workloads.

Test System and Configuration

HardwareAMD Socket AM4 (400-Series)AMD Ryzen 2000-series processorsMSI X470 Gaming M7 AC2x 8GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 @ DDR4-2933Intel LGA 1151 (Z370)Intel Coffee Lake processorsMSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC2x 8GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 @ DDR4-2400, DDR4-2667AMD Socket AM4 (300-Series)Ryzen 1000-series processorsMSI X370 Xpower Gaming Titanium2x 8GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 @ DDR4-2667Intel LGA 1151 (Z270)Intel Kaby Lake processorsMSI Z270 Gaming M72x 8GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 @ DDR4-2400Intel LGA 2066Intel Skylake processorsMSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC4x 8GB G.Skill FlareX DDR4-3200 @ DDR4-2666AllEVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FE1TB Samsung PM863SilverStone ST1500-TI, 1500WWindows 10 Creators Update Version 1703 – All Spectre and Meltdown mitigationsCoolingCorsair H115i

Legacy Desktop Processor Hierarchy

Recognizing that a lot of older platforms are going to be paired with graphics subsystems multiple generations old, we wanted to define the top of our range to encourage balance between host processing and complementary GPUs. At this point, anyone with a Sandy Bridge-based Core i7 would realize a gain from stepping up to Coffee Lake or Kaby Lake, for example. And putting AMD’s top FX CPUs next to a handful of Core i7s and those older Core i5s represents an upgrade to their status.

Currently, our hierarchy consists of 13 total tiers. The bottom half of the chart is largely outdated; you’ll notice those CPUs dragging down performance in the latest games, regardless of the graphics card installed in your PC. If you own a CPU in that range, an upgrade could really take your experience to another level.

Really, it’s the top five tiers or so that remain viable. And in that top half of the chart, an upgrade is typically worthwhile if it’s a least a couple of tiers higher. Otherwise, there’s just not enough improvement to warrant the expense of a fresh CPU, motherboard and RAM (not to mention the graphics card and storage solution you’d be considering as well).

Intel CPUsAMD CPUs and APUsIntel Core i7-8700K ($382.00 On Walmart)Intel Core i9-7900X ($969.00 On Walmart)Intel Core i9-7960X ($1617.83 On Amazon)Intel Core i9-7980XE ($1579.99 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-8700K ($382.00 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-7740X ($350.00 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-7700K ($344.61 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-7820X ($599.99 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X ($77.99 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-7700 ($317.07 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X ($199.99 On Amazon)Intel Core i5-8400 ($204.29 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen 7 1800X ($220.79 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-7800X ($389.99 On Newegg)AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X ($549.99 On Newegg)Intel Core i7-7700T ($339.99 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen 7 1700X ($163.00 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-6950X ($1576.52 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen 7 1700 ($219.79 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-6900K ($788.00 On Amazon)AMD Ryzen 5 1600X ($139.95 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-6850K ($492.75 On Amazon)AMD Ryzen 5 1600 ($103.57 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-6800K ($347.88 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen 5 1500X ($127.00 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-6700K ($293.19 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen 5 1400 ($139.99 On Walmart)Intel Core i7 6700 ($317.97 On Walmart)AMD Ryzen 3 1300X ($66.56 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-5960X ($1,069.95 On Newegg)Ryzen 5 2400G ($59.99 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-5930K ($386.59 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-5820K ($350.90 On Walmart)Intel Core i7-5775C ($1077.88 On Amazon)Intel i7-4960X ($465.58 On Amazon)Intel Core i7-4930KIntel Core i7-4820KIntel Core i7-4790KIntel Core i7-4770KIntel Core i7-4790Intel Core i7-4771Intel Core i7-4770Intel Core i7-3970XIntel Core i7-3960XIntel Core i7-3930KIntel Core i7-3820Intel Core i7-3770KIntel Core i7-3770Intel Core i5-7640X ($243.00 On Amazon)Intel Core i5-7600K ($10.73 On Amazon)Intel Core i5-7600 ($269.99 On Walmart)Intel Core i5-7500 ($216.62 On Walmart)Intel Core i5-7400 ($201.30 On Walmart)Intel Core i5 6600k ($248.73 On Walmart)Intel Core i5-6600 ($210.66 On Amazon)Intel Core i5-6500 ($210.04 On Walmart)Intel Core i5 6402P ($488.00 On 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