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Processor for new PC

Processor for new PC

Processor for new PC

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Hi! Now I have a computer running on an Intel Core i5 8600k processor, but I want a faster processor. I found the Core i7 9800X, but it is 2 times more expensive :(

https://nanoreview.net/en/cpu-compare/intel-core-i...

Help me, is it worth overpaying? I've seen test results in benchmarks, but they don't tell me much. Here's what I'm interested in, i7 has almost 2 times better memory bandwidth, so the question arises – how will this affect the overall performance of the system?

RE: Processor for new PC

What are your use-cases that require all this extra performance?

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RE: Processor for new PC

If you don't have a solid state boot drive in your system, that would be the big improvement vs. a processor or memory upgrade. What are your computer specs and as mentioned, what do you do with the computer. Most people don't need an i7.

RE: Processor for new PC

Your review link indicates that they have different sockets, which are incompatible with each other; that would seem to be a show stopper

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