Is a 7500t better than a G4560 ?

Soulstorm brew

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Hi all, I was just wondering if it was worth it to slot in a 7500t, I´m currently running a G4560 with a 1050ti.
There might even be an option of a 6600 (non k) , both are going cheapish
 

defaultluser

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Yeah, pick up 6600. I'm currently running a 6500 non-T, and it's fine for lower-intensity gaming

The Pentium only has 2 cores, so it's going to run out of steam a lot sooner than a core i5.
 
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E4g1e

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Yes, pick up the i5-6600. The maximum all-core and single-core Turbo speeds matter, given that Kaby Lake is almost the same as Skylake. The i5-7500T has an all-core and a single-core Turbo speed of only 3.1 GHz and 3.3 GHz, respectively versus the i5-6600's 3.6 and 3.9 GHz for those two speeds. In fact, the i5-7500T is actually a bit slower than even an i5-6400 due to the former's lower 2- and 3-core Turbo clock speeds than the latter.
 
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