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Aaralli

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    Question about hyperthreading

    So, there's a good chance that heat output will be greater? Would it be double, since it's twice the number of logical cores?
  2. I'm wondering if two cpus made by the same company around the same time with the same or a very similar clock speed and the same number is cores would have different TDPs if one had hyperthreading and the other didn't. Anyone know this?
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    6600t PC Build

    Unfortunately, I can't tell you right now what it is, but it had 80+ bronze certification and was bought in 2017.
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    6600t PC Build

    A friend of mine gave the 6600t to me. I have a 600 watt power supply, and 1866 mhz DDR3 ram.
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    6600t PC Build

    Light gaming, lots of office work. He owns a lot of games made between the 90s and 2015. (A few older AAA titles)
  6. I am going to build a pc for my father using an Intel Core i5-6600t. He currently has a pc with an AMD Athlon II x4 651k, gtx 680, 8gb ddr3 ram, and an ssd in a micro atx case. I would like to build this with relatively inexpensive parts, and I can reuse the power supply and RAM if I need to. Tell me what parts I should buy please. I'm asking about a cooler, fans, board, and anything else you can think of.
  7. I am going to build a pc for my father using an Intel Core i5-6600t. He currently has a pc with an AMD Athlon II x4 651k, gtx 680, 8gb ddr3 ram, and an ssd in a micro atx case. I would like to build this with relatively inexpensive parts, and I can reuse the power supply and RAM if I need to. Tell me what parts I should buy please. I'm asking about a cooler, fans, board, and anything else you can think of.
  8. So if anyone saw my last question, you know that my friend gave me his old i5-6600t since I don't really have money for new pc stuff. I want to build a computer around it, with room to switch out the 6600t for a better cpu when I get enough money. My question is, what motherboard should I get, and what cpu should I get in the future? I'm asking about the BEST cpu I could buy for a board that also works with a 6600t. I'm on a bit of a budget, though, so cheaper is always more helpful. I hope I described my issue well enough.
  9. So... as long as I learn how do a... custom bios... I may be able to pull this off with that z170 Asrock OC Formula?
  10. Well, I tried that but I'm concerned about the chipset compatibility... also it seems that the 6600t can only use ddr3 ram and the 8700k can only use ddr3 ram. I considered getting an adapter for that until I got my 8700k... if it's even worth it...
  11. I have a relatively old AMD build that I use for gaming (circa 2012 cpu and components). My friend gave me his old Intel Core i5-6600t but nothing else. I'm wondering if I can buy a motherboard that will support a much newer processor, like an i7-8700k, but just use the 6600t until I can afford the 8700k. Any tips or information you can give me would be EXTREMELY helpful. I have only ever built that AMD system so I don't know a ton about compatibility.
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