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Looking for Intel processors for an unbeatable price? Hoping to purchase a central processing unit with Intel processors with fast and convenient shipping Australia-wide? You’ve landed in the right place.
What CPU do I need?
In the market to buy a CPU? It can be difficult to know which model is right for you. The answer really depends on how you use your computer. The i3 is the slowest, and the i7 and i9 are the fastest. For general at-home use, you should be fine with an i5. Gamers may need an i7 or i9 to achieve the performance they need.
If you need help deciding which CPU to buy, don’t hesitate to contact us or make use of our live chat function (available 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.). Our expert team would be happy to assist.
How do I know what socket I need?
The best way to identify your processor socket is to head to the manufacturer’s website. You should be able to search your processor’s model number and determine which socket you’ll need.
Is overclocking worth it?
Display and GPU overclocking is typically worthwhile. Although they don’t cost any extra money, you will have to put in a bit of time and effort to achieve the overclocks. RAM overclocking, on the other hand, generally isn’t worth it.
Is CPU and processor the same?
Not quite. Processors are a part of your CPU.
How many processors are in a CPU?
CPU processes are known as cores. A decade or so ago, most processors contained just one core. Today, when you buy CPUs, you can expect anywhere between two and 18 cores, each of which can focus on a different task.
What are types of processor?
The market is dominated by two leading types of processors: Intel and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
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