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10600KF or 11600KF?  

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  1. 1. Which should I get?

    • 10600KF ($200)
      5
    • 11600KF ($240)
      2


Budget (including currency): Around $1200

Country: United States

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Gonna use it for games and light photo/video editing

Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): 

Should I grab a 10600KF or $200 or a 11600KF or $240? (Both are new in box) 

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Literally no context here at all.  Budget?  Other specs?  Are you a cheap ass or a baller?

 

 

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If you get the KF, just make sure you have a dedicated GPU. If you already have one, you might as well save the $40, but if you don't have a GPU, get the K so you can use your system.

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2 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Literally no context here at all.  Budget?  Other specs?  Are you a cheap ass or a baller?

 

 

My bad. I'm planning on spending around $1200 on a PC and Monitor. Here is the list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/qzpNK3

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11600KF isn't worth the extra 20% to me. Also you don't need the extra thermal paste as that cooler already comes with some

 

Like others said 5600X would also be a good option.

 

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Just do not bother with k cpus, you arent even overclocking anyways judging by the board and cooler

 

Just get a 10400(f) or ryzen 5 5600x, 10600kf will get wiped by a 5600x and you dont even need to overclock a 5600x

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13 hours ago, Ydfhlx said:

Guys what's the point of 5600X or even 10600KF if OP has GTX 1650. If this PC is mostly for gaming I'd suggest 10400f at most, or even 10100F.

4 cores is barely enough to run most aaa titles these days, though if op isnt playing aaa titles then a 10100/10105 or 3100/3300x would work pretty well

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