Upgrade from a 1090t

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i was wondering if its worth me upgrading from my 1090t to ether a FX6300 or a FX8350, i run dual 6850's in crossfire and have a Asus M5A97 PRO mobo with a Corsair H60. atm im running the 1090t at stock coz i seem to have the only unit in the world that doesnt like overclocking, admitedly im not very gd with that stuff
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  1. In my opinion just keep the 1090t, upgrade when you are switching to a new platform like Intel. Not too much of a difference between the 8350 and 1090t. Just overclock it and be satisfied with the performance. There are sticky's in the overclocking section that will point you in the right direction if interested in overclocking.
  2. I really don't think there will be huge difference in performance between the 1090T and a Piledriver. I would just keep the 1090T. If it seems to be slowing a little I would overclock it.
  3. gandyhehe said:
    hi
    i was wondering if its worth me upgrading from my 1090t to ether a FX6300 or a FX8350, i run dual 6850's in crossfire and have a Asus M5A97 PRO mobo with a Corsair H60. atm im running the 1090t at stock coz i seem to have the only unit in the world that doesnt like overclocking, admitedly im not very gd with that stuff

    I just did the upgrade from 1090 to 8350 , not that big a difference in gaming , a bit more in video encoding . OC the 1090 , you should be able to get at least 3.9-4.0 .
    Not really that big a change , I just did it so I can play with the 1090 , OC it till it bursts into flames
  4. jerry6 said:
    I just did the upgrade from 1090 to 8350 , not that big a difference in gaming , a bit more in video encoding . OC the 1090 , you should be able to get at least 3.9-4.0 .
    Not really that big a change , I just did it so I can play with the 1090 , OC it till it bursts into flames


    and bake some cookies with the flame :D
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