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[WTB] 1090t or a 1100t

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Looking for a 1090t or a 1100t. I would prefer an 1100t . Let me know how much and which one.
 
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$189 and free shipping for a 1100T at newegg.com



Tough to beat.
 
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$189 and free shipping for a 1100T at newegg.com



Tough to beat.
Save 20 and get the 1090T since they're identical. They don't seem to even be binned different.
 
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Save 20 and get the 1090T since they're identical. They don't seem to even be binned different.
Yeah! same here go for the 1090T & overclock it ;)
 
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Yeah! same here go for the 1090T & overclock it ;)
LOL at your avatar. I can't decide if I should plop in an X6 (at least 4 ghz) or go with a POS 8120 and O/C it to 5 ghz. I can achieve a little better speed from tweaking than reviews.
Intel can slobber on my knob, but they will never get my money, ever. I will buy a phase change setup and run that 24/7 if need be.

Sorry, OP. Free bump again :p
 
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Ye I have the 1090T and have it at 4ghz easy. No question 1090T > 1100T.

The 1100T is for peeps who want slightly higher clocks and are willingly to pay for it because they don't know how to overclock. But it's so easy nowadays.
 
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Unless you get an offer on the 1100T, save a few £/$ and get the 1090T.

I was about to order one myself just now... until I compared the load power usage against that of Intel's comparable procs. Still, for highly threaded workloads at sub-2600 prices, you can't argue with AMD. Intel just have to be difficult as usual and force everybody towards their most expensive offerings - otherwise they'd have put HT on the 2500(k), and Vt-d for that matter :shadedshu
 
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