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Fair, but at $370 I think the ratio gets much better.



Not after you price the power. I have a Xeon system that is plenty powerful for my (C++) dev work, but I'm thinking of replacing it with an AMD build as it'll probably be cheaper over time. Then again, this is at Dutch energy costs, I'd imagine at (say) Texas cost it'd be different.


Not sure it's significantly better after factoring in power and auxiliary costs like cooling.




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