To put it lightly, it depends on the computer really. I use Windows 10 as my Computerâs primary software, but that leaves so many other options for hardware. My Processor is an Intel 3 (Its an old computer what do you want from me ) dual core yatta yatta yatta. My processor sucks but that honestly doesnât stop me from viewing videos at a high quality level mostly because video viewing is nothing without a good internet connection. My suggestion, do some research based on your computerâs software AND OTHER hardware that it already has. Now if your BUILDING a computer or laptopâŠ. Get an intel core I7 itâs the best of the best for Intel Processors right now
Intel Core I7-4590K 3.7Ghz, 8-cores, 8 Threads, 4 MB Cache, Socket 1150, 4.40 GHz Turbo, 65W TDP. I use the stock CPU Cooler. And the i7-5960X Intel Core i7-5960X 5.0Ghz 8-cores, 16Threads, 4 MB Cache, Socket 1151, 3.40 GHz Turbo, 140W TDP, X-Boost. This is an absolutely outstanding Processor for a lot of reasons, and this is a great choice for gaming! But I have some more in-depth research to be done and this will be covered when it gets here. Also, the Core i7-6950X 7.0Ghz 8-cores, 16Threads, 24 MB cache, Socket 1151, 3.50 GHz Turbo, 180W TDP, Overdrive. This is a great processor, though it has a slight issue with heat-spread and throttling, it's a great Processor for a lot of reasons. Again, this will be covered when it gets here. If you want a computer that will handle ALL your work then it's in your best interest to go with an.