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X6 1055T vs X6 1090T

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Hi,I'm about to buy a new system for FSX.What do you think about the following specs:CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1090TMainboard: Asus M4A89GTD Pro (AMD 890GX Chipset)RAM: 4GB G-Skill Eco PC3-12800U CL7-8-7-24Cooler: Noctua NH-D14At the moment I use a ATI 4870 GPU, which I want to keep.Do you think, that this system will run FSX with frames in the twenties (at quite dense airports).Another question is, if the around 100

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The 1055T is the same chip as the 1090T, but without unlocked multipliers. So you'll need a board capable of hitting some 350 MHz FSB if you plan on overclocking.

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Stay with the 1090T as it's base speed is 3.2GHz and can boost (without overclocking), to 3.6Ghz when you need it. The 1055T is rated at 2.8GHz.Hey Dazz, howz your x6 working for you in FSX? Perfomance? Stutttering? FPS? How about FS9?Clutch

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