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As the title suggests, i want to get an x 6 for my new build but i want to know what the advantages are of the 1100t model compared to the other models like the 1055t
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Nothing really, just a higher stock multiplier. If you want to make it easy to overclock, make sure you grab the Black Edition model. The 1090T and 1100T are both BE's I believe. The 1055T and 1075T I believe are locked multiplier (upwards).
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As the title suggests, i want to get an x 6 for my new build but i want to know what the advantages are of the 1100t model compared to the other models like the 1055t
The 1055T and the 1075t don't have unlocked cpu multipliers. The 1090t and 1100t both do, so the only difference between them is stock speed. If you have a good motherboard and cooling, grab a 1055t. If you're new to OCing or have a crappy motherboard, buy an 1090t.
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Nothing really, just a higher stock multiplier. If you want to make it easy to overclock, make sure you grab the Black Edition model. The 1090T and 1100T are both BE's I believe. The 1055T and 1075T I believe are locked multiplier (upwards).
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Correct. If your MB is limited onFSB, get the BE model. Or, if you just want an easier overclock route. Ive owned a 1055T and 1090T. 1055T was easy to OC on my MSI 790fx-gd70 but tuff on TA890FXE.
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The 1055T and the 1075t don't have unlocked cpu multipliers. The 1090t and 1100t both do, so the only difference between them is stock speed. If you have a good motherboard and cooling, grab a 1055t. If you're new to OCing or have a crappy motherboard, buy an 1090t.
+1 to this.

For me, the only difference is that if you OC a 1055t to 4Ghz, I will respect you more than someone who OCed a 1090t BE to the same speed.
    
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+1 to this.

For me, the only difference is that if you OC a 1055t to 4Ghz, I will respect you more than someone who OCed a 1090t BE to the same speed.
Don't forget that a higher cpu-nb speed can have a big impact on gaming as Anandtech showed. I remember seeing an overclocked cpu-nb with a 3 ghz cpu speed outperforming a 4 ghz cpu speed with a stock cpu-nb! Using a high cpu multiplier won't give you the same results as a properly overclocked chip.
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Don't forget that a higher cpu-nb speed can have a big impact on gaming as Anandtech showed. I remember seeing an overclocked cpu-nb with a 3 ghz cpu speed outperforming a 4 ghz cpu speed with a stock cpu-nb! Using a high cpu multiplier won't give you the same results as a properly overclocked chip.
Ah that is good to know. Is there an artical that you know of that goes into deeper detail on that subject?
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