Originally Posted by donutpirate;12214055
Well, am I going to notice any performance gains from the 1075T? My point is that I do not want to upgrade at all if I'm not going to gain anything now. I can always just upgrade whenever 6 cores are being used more by applications and games.
If you're like me and run multiple applications(photoshop,video editing, a couple games) all at once then you'll want the 1075T.
Take a look at your task manager and if you ever see the usage go over 80% that's usually time to get a CPU upgrade(unless you render, fold, or do things that make the CPU get up high usage wise on purpose).