CPUBoss Helps You Pick The Right Processor For Your Next PC

Choosing the parts for your next computer build can be tough. CPUBoss aims to take the stress out of your CPU purchase with a powerful, user-friendly search engine aimed at one thing: finding the right processor.

Most people don't need to worry too much about processors, but if you're a gamer or video editor and you need to find just the right CPU, this is a good place to start. It's similar to the advanced search engines you'd find in some online electronics and computer stores, but with some handy additions.

Not only can you view all the processors matching your search in an easy to read list sorted by price, type and rating, you can also filter on a range of criteria including "performance per dollar" and "performance per watt," as well as compare two processors side-by-side. It won't be the only place you stop during your search for the perfect CPU, but it's a good engine to add to your arsenal. Hit the link to try it out.

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    Except it actually doesn't. Eg. if you take its advice for a games CPU you'd end up with an i7, but the i7's advantages over the much cheaper i5 are almost negligible for games (extra cache is useful, hyperthreading actually can slow some games down rather than speeding them up).

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