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- HDD space 800MB
- 670-MB installation space required
- Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
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Trying to figure out the best CPU for your next PC upgrade or DIY build? With apologies to Robert Frost, it’s the classic two roads that parted in the wood—if the wood were a shopping-results page at Newegg or Amazon, and the road kept dividing endlessly. Two roads, splitting into four roads. Then eight. (Better leave breadcrumbs.)
Indeed, buying a desktop processor is akin to a whole forest of decision trees. Which of the two big chipmakers should you go with: AMD or Intel? Are you trying to maximize speed or value? Does the maximum number of cores matter more, or does clock speed? Are you upgrading, or building a whole new PC? Are you gaming? Not gaming? Still awake?
All these questions are crucial in landing the right chip, and what that means: No single CPU is the absolute best across the board for all users, assuming money matters. It’s possible to objectively measure CPU performance across a range of applications and usage cases, and if you’re not bound by mere mortal concerns such as budget, it’s easy enough to get a pretty good idea of what “best” means. (Spoiler: For consumers, Intel Core i9-10980XE Extreme Edition or AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, priced at one or four grand respectively.)
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But just because these, the processing equivalents of maximum-horsepower V-12 or V-16 engines, exist doesn’t make them the right picks for every shopper, or even most shoppers. Other concerns—cost, energy consumption, the kinds of roads (read: tasks) you drive every day—matter just as much as out-and-out muscle. (Note: This guide is decidedly about CPUs for desktop PCs. See our laptop processor explainer for the rather different nuances of selecting a CPU in a notebook PC.)
The Best CPU Deals This Week*
*Deals are selected by our partner, TechBargains
- Intel Core i7-12700KF 12-Core Unlocked Desktop Processor — $377.99 (List Price $465)
- AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8-Core Unlocked Desktop Processor — $349.99 (List Price $449)
- Intel Core i5-10400 6-Core Unlocked Desktop Processor — $153.21 (List Price $182)
- AMD Ryzen 5 5600G 6-Core Unlocked Desktop Processor — $209.99 (List Price $259)
- AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Unlocked Desktop Processor — $456.98 (List Price $569.99)
The best way to look at a CPU buy is to take the considerations in a logical order, which will narrow the field as you make your choices. So, the first big one: Are you upgrading a PC, or building a new one from scratch?
Consideration No. 1: Upgrade or New Build?
Answering this question will set you on a narrow path or a broad one. If you’re upgrading an existing desktop PC, your CPU-Z Mod Apk Premium upgrade options, by definition, will be limited: by the architecture, socket, and compatibility of the motherboard installed in the PC. If you’re willing to swap out the motherboard to step up to a newer or more powerful class of processor, that project becomes, in effect, building your own PC. That’s because a motherboard upgrade requires at least partial system disassembly, and sometimes replacing further parts to make the upgrade work.
Often, “In-Place” Upgrades Are a Waste of Time
In most cases with Intel boards, upgrading to another chip that works in the same socket as your current one will have limited upside. In recent years, chip sockets or chipsets are only compatible for a generation or two of CPU, and once that year or two passes, the next platform is no longer compatible with the ones that came before. (Late-model mainstream AMD CPUs, on the company’s AM4 socket, have broken that cycle for the moment.) What that means: Unless you’re upgrading from a low-end chip early in a platform’s lifecycle to a high-end CPU at the very end, you’re not likely to gain too much from an in-place CPU upgrade on a dead-end platform.
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In speaking of CPU-Z Mod Apk Premium lifecycles, the key consideration when you’re looking to upgrade on an existing motherboard is socket compatibility (that is, the receptacle into which you seat your new CPU). We can’t account for every aged or ancient socket that your PC upgrade might involve—there are just too many—but we can say this: It’s seldom worth upgrading a CPU on a dead-end socket unless you’ve gotten a stellar deal on the new chip, and you’re making a clear jump forward in core/thread count, or raw clock speed at the same core/thread count, from the old chip to the new.
So, Wait…How Do I Know What’s a Dead End?
As a quick guide, here are our rough recommendations for upgrades if you’re on a given platform. Googling the name of your current processor and selecting the spec page on AMD’s or Intel’s site will divulge what “socket” the CPU is on…
CPU-Z v1.42 Mod Apk Premium In this space, it’s all about how true the statement “My time is money” is and how multithreaded your go-to applications are. Casual content creators can get by with the CPUs we recommended for enthusiast gamers (the Core i9-11900K is 8C/16T, the Core i9-10900K is 10C/20T, and the Ryzen 7 3700X and 5800X are 8C/16T), with the Core i7-11700K (8C/16T) also quite viable. Expect to pay about $250 to $700 for the chips in this class. The 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake chips are nice surprises here, too, but again: Know you’ll pay for new RAM and motherboard hardware.