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10700k in every aspect, though if ur just gaming, 10600k with a high oc is just as good in 95% of the games.


look at all the games that maxes out 6/12 these days though lol

note that they'd be similar if it was all at 5.1

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2 minutes ago, Borrowingsine81 said:

Which is overall the better cpu the i7-10700k or the i9-9900k?

10700k but you should wait until Ryzen 4th gen so that you can buy that instead

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Very little difference between the two - the 10700K might be a few FPS ahead but we are talking only between 5-10. The 10600K might start to struggle sooner because it only has 6C/12T.

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