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I'm not sure which to get, the 1055t is a lot cheaper than the 1090t but unlocked multipliers is very simple and nice, I want a better processor to help with folding so i'm not sure which to get. And do you think I could get 4ghz with my Dark knight + Ultra Kaze 3000k rpm fan?
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I'm not sure which to get, the 1055t is a lot cheaper than the 1090t but unlocked multipliers is very simple and nice, I want a better processor to help with folding so i'm not sure which to get. And do you think I could get 4ghz with my Dark knight + Ultra Kaze 3000k rpm fan?
I'd personally go with the 1090T because it's a black edition, and overclocking is quite a lot easier with them (you can simply up the multiplier to achieve an OC).

Sorry, can't answer your second question. I'll leave that one to someone else!
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I'm not sure which to get, the 1055t is a lot cheaper than the 1090t but unlocked multipliers is very simple and nice, I want a better processor to help with folding so i'm not sure which to get. And do you think I could get 4ghz with my Dark knight + Ultra Kaze 3000k rpm fan?
With Air cooling get a 1055T, as most likely heat will be more of an issue than how high a chip can clock. The 1055T will hit 4GHZ easily as well.
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With Air cooling get a 1055T, as most likely heat will be more of an issue than how high a chip can clock. The 1055T will hit 4GHZ easily as well.
I understand what your saying but shouldn't the temps of at 1055t/1090t be better than a 955 especially a c2 revision's temps?
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1055t... easily overclockable.
    
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Try to get the 95W version if you're going to buy the 1055, it is slightly cooler and can go up to 72C instead of the regular 62C.
    
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Try to get the 95W version if you're going to buy the 1055, it is slightly cooler and can go up to 72C instead of the regular 62C.
I like to shop newegg but the only version I can get is 125w, is there a way I can change that or find it somewhere else?
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I understand what your saying but shouldn't the temps of at 1055t/1090t be better than a 955 especially a c2 revision's temps?
Yes, but there are 2 more cores giving off heat. Usually the 6 core AMD's hit 4GHZ on air, and some will hit 4.2GHZ depending on voltage to keep the heat down. Usually on water though they can go even further. But still I'd choose the 1055T as it will save you money and still over clock very well.
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Get a 1055t and possibly a Noctua NH-D14 for the price of 1090t.

Worth it? F*ck yea
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Option C - do what I did and browse for FS forum and get a 1090t for the price of a new 1055t
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