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Intel - Pentium G4400 3.3GHz Dual-Core Processor

( 4.6 Average / 28 Ratings )





Pentium G4400

Part #


Data Width




Operating Frequency




L1 Cache

2 x 32KB Instruction
2 x 32KB Data

L2 Cache

2 x 256KB

L3 Cache

1 x 3MB


14 nm

Thermal Design Power

54 Watts

Includes CPU Cooler


Simultaneous Multithreading


Maximum Supported Memory


Integrated Graphics

Intel HD Graphics 510

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Rotti123 12 points 21 months ago
from completed build Simple Skylake office PC

Nice and quick for my office tasks. I have an I5 gaming pc and there is very little difference for basic computer use. Internet, ms office, videos, etc.

Dabeavis 21 points 21 months ago

A good entry-level CPU that's perfect for basic builds, don't expect it to do so well with more demanding games though.

Thor80 12 points 19 months ago
from completed build My 8 year old built this.

Good starting point, decent for a basic gaming rig.

nightrook 15 points 17 months ago
from completed build ~$500 CAD Budget Gaming Build

I'm very happy with it. Haven't had any problems with it so far, stock cooler keeps it at a decent 40 C on full load, and everything runs super fast. I've yet to render a video, but I will do that next week and update this review accordingly.

Akck67 14 points 15 months ago
from completed build Gummy Bears (First Build)

Perfect for people that don't game and stick to using the internet, watching netflix/youtube, Microsoft Office, etc. Can't beat the price to performance and is very snappy.

caiokn 23 points 14 months ago
from completed build King Austin

Man, this is one awesome CPU. It's one of the best CPUs you can find under USD 60.00, if not the best. Although clock speeds aren't very high, its single thread performance is more than enough to satisfy office and domestic users, and the cores are strong enough to push an entry level GPU such as the GTX 750 Ti/R7 360 or even the GTX 950/RX 460 with little to no bottlenecks. Is also runs very cool, even with my cooler poorly mounted the CPU barely reached 70º C, and with the cooler properly installed it never surpassed 40º C, all this with the CPU cooler fan locked at 20%. Bottomline: amazing cost/benefit ratio, if you're in for something cheap and good, pick this one.

Wolfguy423 3 points 12 months ago
from completed build Budget Office Computer

Works great for it's intended use, Home Office Computer.

aprofile 25 points 12 months ago
from completed build My budget 1080p Gaming PC

Great CPU for budget gaming

riochet 23 points 11 months ago
from completed build UV Siamese

A great CPU just a little under powered. A temporary fix while I wait for the release of Kaby Lake.

osirhc 16 points 11 months ago
from completed build Budget HTPC (Skylake)

Fantastic! This little processor handles everything I've thrown at it. It's installed in my HTPC which doubles as a Plex server, and is on 24/7. Nothing seems to phase this little guy! I've ripped Blu-rays, compressed 30GB+ .mkv files to more reasonable ~2GB .mp4 files, and I've done some mild gaming on it. Paired with a GTX 750 Ti, I've been playing Fallout 3 at 1080p60 with all settings on ultra high, no hiccups at all. Considering the price you really can't go wrong with this little processor. Its low TDP makes it a great choice for a HTPC/Plex server too. It's certainly better suited for media playback than ripping and converting video files, but it can do it if you need it to. I really cannot say better things about the G4400, I've been very surprised and happy with its performance. Simply a great value.