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post #11 of 15
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Probably too long. Will I really see the benefit of an extra 2 cores?
Not in any of the activities you listed.
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post #12 of 15
1090T! but digress as it is not on the list. 1055t gets my vote!
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1. Better PSU for high end CPU + GPU build (Antec NEO ECO 520W should be enough, it's only $40 on Newegg - and yes, this would be better than 600CX)
2. Lose the generic 1333 CL9 RAM, plenty of performance choices for better price
3. Get M4A87TD EVO, worth it over the 87TD/USB3 in that it has a proper 8+2 VRM that would be a lot better and safer for supporting a 125W processor
Cheers, that's a fairly well priced PSU. Any particular suggestions for RAM around the same price?

Looks like the general consensus is with the 1055t.
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post #14 of 15
With a 1055T, 1600Mhz RAM is a must due to the memory multiplier options available when overclocking to certain levels - otherwise you can and will be held back. Grab a set of these Kingston HyperX Blu for same price before rebate, then $25 cheaper after, and you're all set. Hurry, this deal ends Feb. 28
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With a 1055T, 1600Mhz RAM is a must due to the memory multiplier options available when overclocking to certain levels - otherwise you can and will be held back. Grab a set of these Kingston HyperX Blu for same price before rebate, then $25 cheaper after, and you're all set. Hurry, this deal ends Feb. 28
Appreciate the help, although being Australian means the cheapest store has them at around double the price of the G-Skills.
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