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Intel Core i3-12100 Processor - 12M Cache, up to 4.30 GHz - 60 watt - £112.26 at Amazon

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been looking at this for a while to build a starter hackintosh, was expecting them to drop around CES, when the low end 13000 cpu`s hit, but looks like xmas has come early.

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    great price for a low-power home DIY NAS CPU. Run truenas scale and get a "cheap" board with some nvme/sata ports and you could be on to a winner. the 60Watts TDP can be capped to 35 I believe from some youtube video I watched recently. You can with this also run some containers and will feel better than a Pi4/ARM CPU around that. It should also do transcoding well with Plex as it has intel quick sync

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    How much was the mobo you used
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    Good price, but note estimated delivery date is 19Jan
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    Standard price for this model. Managed to buy for £89 about three months ago from ebay, brand new.
    no it's not.

    This version with graphic is more expensive than F version that you probably bought.

    Great price!
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    Good price for the version with integrated graphics, though not a great choice for running that operating system - I'm sure you will have thought the options through - as integrated graphics driver support, as you probably know, stopped with 10th gen Intel CPU/UHD 630, and this uses 12th gen and unsupported Intel UHD 730. You could use an AMD graphics card (one of those that is supported in the OS, at least) but that bumps up the price quite a bit for a starter build. Again, you probably know all this!

    Cheapest/most compatible if wanting to use integrated graphics, might be better to start with a new or used 10th gen Intel CPU, with integrated graphics, like the i5 10400, which would give fairly similar-ish levels of performance to that i3 in multicore tests, I think about 10 - 15% slower, though the 10400 benefits from two more cores, though in single core the newer 12100 thrashes the 10400. Anyway, good find. Hot!
    yes i do know that macos only supports upto 10th gen gfx, am planning on a windows dual boot system, was looking at the f version or even a Pentium Gold G7400(not sure that cpu would work tbh).
    i like the idea of onboard gfx for trouble shooting.