Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn
That's slow if you're running an APU. They like faster RAM and 1866MHz is probably a decent starting point. Richland (6000) works with up to a 7750 I believe, but Kaveri has nothing confirmed yet. It is probable that it will work with a 260X/7790 in hybrid crossfire, but we don't know. Be warned that as of now it has horrible scaling/stuttering issues that have not yet been fixed. As was said previously, an FM2 Athlon/Phenom would work well and leave youfop some cash for a GPU. They're just APUs with the iGPU disabled thanks to the magic of quality control.
Richland is still 6670 (or its rebadged variants)for dual graphics compatibility. If you are going 760K then ram isn't as important, since the gpu isnt relying on it. Theres probably overclocking room in that ram since its at 1.35v stock, but you'll get more noticeable gains putting that extra budget towards gpu instead of ram. You've got ram, only the cpu is relying upon it, and ram ATM is not cheap, so probably best to not worry about it for now.
However, a 760k is by no means an upgrade over your 1055T, you're dropping two cores, since nothing FM socket goes higher than 4 cores.Edited by Yeroon - 11/30/13 at 9:05pm