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I'd get the 1065t, unless the price is a few bucks off.
Originally Posted by OhSnapWord
You could roll the dice on the 960T. A lot of people were able to unlock the two extra cores and overclock it. Generally the AMD Black Editions are great for overclocking but it depends on the chip. I have read reviews of the 1100T going past 4.2GHz but I can't get mine past 3.9GHz before it becomes unstable.
Locked cores are supposedly defective cores, and some might see unstability. Now, I still wonder who's bring mind was it to ship with two locked defective cores, but whomever did it, congrats! You are just plain stupid...just sayin'.
You need the ASRock 890 Extreme3 motherboard with the UCC feature or a Gigabyte board supporting ACC. It works most of the time, but most still stick to defective cores and results of unstability were shown.
It got me intrigued and I did some research on my CPU 965BE, and it's a 4 core-CPU, not a locked mess of a CPU (a real CPU).