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  1. #1
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    Phenom ii 1100 xt

    i got the phenom II 1100 xt 6core off craigslist for $55...he bought a fx-8320.....i asked if there was much difference,,,he did not think so, sounded a bit disappointed...i know there is not much difference.....as i was driving home, i was thinking i stole this from him . great deal in my book
    #1-i5-4690k-msi z97 gaming 5- msi gtx 1060 6gb- lg ud 68 4k monitor
    #2-amd phenom II x6 1100T-gigabyte 990fxa ud3-xfx 480 4gb- asus pb 278 2k moitor
    #3-i5-2400- biostar tzz77-msi 480 4gb- asus vx24a 2k monitor
    #4-dell inspiron 1520-8600 gt

  2. #2
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    Re: Phenom ii 1100 xt

    That was a steal. People as getting $120+ for the much slower clocked versions of the X6. The 1100 still is a solid processor with good performance especially on things that use all the cores like Battlefield 3/4.
    If you enjoy gaming click here to learn about the Fragging Frogs.



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  3. #3
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    Re: Phenom ii 1100 xt

    what ? for 55???? you're so luck lol i see them 200-300 on ebay

  4. #4
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    Re: Phenom ii 1100 xt

    I'm still running mine, for now. They are still a good CPU.....

    Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth 990FX
    CPU Cooling: CM Hyper 412S

    24/7 Clock (for 3 years now) Core: 4.1ghz, HT: 2.1Ghz, CPU-NB: 2.95Ghz.
    IBT: Cores 48c, CPU 59c

    9 hours pass Prime95 @ 4Ghz
    Cores 49c, CPU 63c






    Highest i have had it running was 4.3Ghz.
    Last edited by AbundantCores; 05-18-2014 at 12:54 PM.

  5. #5
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    Re: Phenom ii 1100 xt

    I'm still running a 1055T in one of my rigs but about 3.6 is the best I could do at near stock voltage. Not worried about the overclock really. It's still a fine gaming CPU.
    If you enjoy gaming click here to learn about the Fragging Frogs.



    [Proudly using only AMD desktop CPUs since 1996 and now also GPUs in 2014 - Thanks AMD!!]
    My Rigs - My Upgrade History - My Games

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