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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-03-2019, 01:55 PM - Thread Starter
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x6 1055T or X4-960T unlock

im looking into buying a new proc for my rig and wondering if i should get the regular x6 1055T or to get x4 960T and unlock it to x6 1065T
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-03-2019, 02:04 PM
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Do you know the 960T unlocks to an X6? Then get the cheaper of the two. If you don't, then get the 1055T and OC. Not all 960Ts unlock and the only difference between the 1055T and 1065T is the default frequencies. Both have unlocked multipliers and OC about the same.

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ill rather get 1055T then since its like 12$ more and oc it thanks alot for a quick response
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The 1055T does not have a unlocked multi. But regardless overclocks great on the CPU reference bus. Depending on the board you can get 280 to 300.

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You're right, no unlocked multiplier on the 1055T. Thought the 1055T was a BE but apparently it's not.

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im looking into buying a new proc for my rig and wondering if i should get the regular x6 1055T or to get x4 960T and unlock it to x6 1065T
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I have had four 960T's and two unlocked to six good cores and one had five good cores and one only four good cores. You could also look at an 840T or basically and any Athlons with a "GR" at the end unlock L3 and cores. TBH your best bet is a real six core because Hardware Monitor doesn't work properly with unlocked cores and your temps and stuff are then a crap shoot.

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