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If you like overclocking, can afford the necessary cooling, and the bulk of your usage consists of multitasking and multi threaded apps, go for the 8120. If the bulk of your usage is gaming and browsing, go for 960T.
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not bad right?
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oops
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Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post

post #247 shows an am2+ board unlocking it and overclocking it. if you have the money to shell out . . .buy the BD. surely you will not be disappointed.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1189945/amd-zosma-960t-1600t-1605t-cpu-club/240
if i own an 8 it will be at 8 . . . GHz.smile.gif

Yup. That's me. Honestly, the thought of having to upgrade my ram and motherboard just to replace my aging Kuma was too much to bare. So, I did the only logical thing and bought a processor that was goodish and basically maxed out the board.

6 cores is good for me, and the difference between DD2 and 3 I've never been able to tell. I already run my ram @ 1200 mhz, so dunno if I'm missing something or what.
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