Although the 10th gen cpu's don't run as hot as the 11th gens, I'd still want an aftermarket cpu cooler. You can get a decent one in the $40 range.Hi guys. So I'm planning to build a pc. So I'm gonna build it in July, towards the middle of the month in July. So I'm not gonna have money left until about a month later when I receive my paycheck. Will the stock cooler be fine for video editing and rendering at 4k+ some gaming and streaming at 1080p? I'm using the 4000d airflow case with 3 intake, 1 exhaust at the back. Thanks.
I won't have any money until I receive my paycheck the following monthAlthough the 10th gen cpu's don't run as hot as the 11th gens, I'd still want an aftermarket cpu cooler. You can get a decent one in the $40 range.
Gelid Solutions Phantom CPU Cooler $36.99
That's about the size of it though. For gaming there wont be much difference, I'd be you wouldn't be able to tell if they were side by side all other things being equal. In theory the I7 should be more future proof having more cores, but by the time thats relevant its probably time to buy a new rig anyway.I'm torn between these processors. 10700F has 2 more cores, 11400 has better single core