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I wonder what a used 1055t is worth now days? It would be oh so very nice to have an unlocked multi
135-145 from what I've seen. Also, I'm in the market
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post #22 of 26
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It was announced this morning (not officially from AMD, however) that AMD has cut prices on its processors. 30 bucks off is indeed a very good cut, especially on a processor that's still this young.

Man, AMD is gonna get a lot of sales until SB is fixed.
AMD got my sale. I was going to buy Sandy Bridge until their motherboards failed. I'm not waiting till end of February or April or whenever they restock Newegg with the new mobos only for them to probably have new problems.

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That seems a fair price 30 dollars extra from a 1055t.

I don't really see why the 1090t was so much more to begin with anyway.
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How much of an upgrade would one be from my Q6600? at 3.6
Depends on what you're doing with your computer. The Phenom II is about equal to C2Q clock for clock, core for core, the x6 obviously have two more cores though.

So depending on what you do with your computer it could be not much of an upgrade, or a pretty decent one.
    
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post #25 of 26
Not bad; happy I paid $125 for my 1055t 10 months ago or something
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That seems a fair price 30 dollars extra from a 1055t.

I don't really see why the 1090t was so much more to begin with anyway.
Supposedly binned and unlocked multiplier with higher stock frequency
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