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  • Started 1 year ago by hArLtRoN
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hArLtRoN
hArLtRoN
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I am looking at parts for my next build and I am wondering if this processor would be worth getting?

It was introduced in October, 2011, which makes be question when it will be out of date.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/.....-4100.html

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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http://www.techpowerup.com/160.....eries.html

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hArLtRoN
hArLtRoN
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I won't have the money until Christmas and new products will be out, so best bet would be to wait until third quarter, right?

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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Right !!!!! :) ;)

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hArLtRoN
hArLtRoN
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Thanks Rick!

Where do you find these sites that have the info people actually want?

Also, when is the 3rd quarter?

And where do you find info on motherboards? I can't find a good site!

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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1. Just know the "Key Words" to search with.

2. Third Quarter = July 01 through September 30

3. Just keep up with CPU Manufacturer's road maps and know vendor and component sites from long experience.

(LOL) :) :)

Rick P.

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hArLtRoN
hArLtRoN
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Where can I find the road maps?

I've looked in the past and had NO luck!

AMD's 3rd quarter stuff should be releasing any time now!

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raphoenix
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Seasonal issues like "Back To School", Black Friday, etc play a role with release of products so does vendor inventories plus financial issues are considered. Traditionally Intel releases New CPUs after Christmas so never buy Intel before or for Christmas. (LOL)

Pricing of components is a whole other issue.

Rick P.

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hArLtRoN
hArLtRoN
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Makes sense, thanks Rick!

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hArLtRoN
hArLtRoN
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I take it the 4th quarter is from October 1st to December 31st??

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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Yes that is a Traditional Calender 4th Quarter but a Business can define their own Financial Year and Quarters as long they are consistent in their accounting policy.

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