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Originally Posted by SpeedNuggeT View Post
Buying a AMD chip at the present time is a silly choice.

Get a 2500k and be done with it.

The 95 watt CPU will be easier to overclock on a low end 4+1 board, and will require less cooling to reach a similar overclock.

But again, the Intel 1555 platform presents better value then AMD at the present time.
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Pretty much this.

Also, OP, the current AMD lineup performs a lot less then the new sandy bridge chips at a similar price point.

Take a read up on some reputable review websites about the 2500k.
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Originally Posted by kelvintheiah View Post
thats good to hear but unfortunately, 95W 1055t cpu are rarely to find in stores.
the 2500K costs 260$ where x6 1055 is 170$ for me. does it worth the extra? the h67 and h61 board are cheap but they are looking like low end mobos.and if i choose a p67 or z the price for the board goes high as 200-250
1055+ msi 970a-g54 =170+ 160=330
2500k+ ordinary p67 = 260+ 200= 460
any good ideas? for example pentium g850? or i3 2100? i dont like my cpu to be dual core
by the way is there a way to distinguish a 95w 1055 to a 125w without opening the box ? stepping are the same(e0)
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anybody analyzing the above post?
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post #43 of 50
Here's the difference between 1055T model numbers....

125w 1055T - HDT55TFBK6DGR
95w 1055T - HDT55TWFK6DGR
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Originally Posted by winginit View Post
Here's the difference between 1055T model numbers....

125w 1055T - HDT55TFBK6DGR
95w 1055T - HDT55TWFK6DGR
got it.
+rep
any idea on deciding between a mid range sandy B platform and the amd x6's which its 6core power will be unleashed some years later as we can see in winrar charts?
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Save your money, either for a decent sandy build, or for bulldozer. It's not worth it to invest in a entire new build for AMD right now.

You must live outside the US to have that type of pricing.
    
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Save your money, either for a decent sandy build, or for bulldozer. It's not worth it to invest in a entire new build for AMD right now.

You must live outside the US to have that type of pricing.
so u mean i have to hold for some months. yes im in iran which is restricted by us! everything is here but with a blood price!
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post #47 of 50
Lower power CPUs are usually lower power because they have been binned for less leakage. This is good for heat and power consumption, but not always good for OCing.

Higher leakage (hotter running, higher power) chips tend to scale better in clock speed, if you can cool them.
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so u mean i have to hold for some months. yes im in iran which is restricted by us! everything is here but with a blood price!
Sanctions? On computer parts? Heh.

I would wait for bulldozer, though I have no idea how its price structure will work in your country

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Higher leakage (hotter running, higher power) chips tend to scale better in clock speed, if you can cool them.

This is true too, TWKR chips ran hot and had high leakage, but they smoked on LN2.
    
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I agree with anyone who says to wait for bulldozer. Personally, if you look at benchmarks all day, the 1055T really isn't that bad of a CPU. However, in games, you can pretty much see that its no better than it's quad core counterparts. Not worth it.
     
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See, Less watts = Less Heat, and Higher OC.

Why?

Well, lets say you get a 8+2 Power Phrase motherboard (for example, P8P67 Pro).

You take a 95W CPU, and a 125W CPU (which are the same), and the motherboard supports up to 140W's Max through the CPU Power/VRM's for the CPU.

You OC the 95W processor to 4.6Ghz. Then, you take the 125W chip and only get to 3.9Ghz. You get my drift?

Mainly the motherboard holds you back depending on which one you have. It's always better to aim for a lower CPU-TDP since you could essencially get better overclocks, at higher volts that the motherboard can support safely.
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