[SOLVED] Is that a good build ?

Ok but the same price it's the i5 10400 and it seem that the i5 9600kf is more powerful.
And the psu i change it.
Ok but the same price it's the i5 10400 and it seem that the i5 9600kf is more powerful.
And the psu i change it.
There are several newer AAA games that can max out the 6 thread i5’s. While they do get good average FPS they can suffer worse lows. Most new games will use more than 6 threads when available, COD MW will use 12 threads of my 3700x. The 6 thread i5’s have no headroom for the future. If my money I would not consider a 9th gen i5.
 
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No. The 9th gen i5’s are a bad buy with only 6 threads. Either go 10th gen i5 with 12 threads or Ryzen 3600/3600X with 12 threads. Also that’s a poor quality psu.
Ok but the same price it's the i5 10400 and it seem that the i5 9600kf is more powerful.
And the psu i change it.
 
Ok but the same price it's the i5 10400 and it seem that the i5 9600kf is more powerful.
And the psu i change it.
Ok but the same price it's the i5 10400 and it seem that the i5 9600kf is more powerful.
And the psu i change it.
There are several newer AAA games that can max out the 6 thread i5’s. While they do get good average FPS they can suffer worse lows. Most new games will use more than 6 threads when available, COD MW will use 12 threads of my 3700x. The 6 thread i5’s have no headroom for the future. If my money I would not consider a 9th gen i5.
 
Jan 22, 2020
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There are several newer AAA games that can max out the 6 thread i5’s. While they do get good average FPS they can suffer worse lows. Most new games will use more than 6 threads when available, COD MW will use 12 threads of my 3700x. The 6 thread i5’s have no headroom for the future. If my money I would not consider a 9th gen i5.
Ok thanks for the comment i appreciate it will consider other thing.
 

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