Intel - 10th/11th Generation Processors

A processor is the heart of any custom built computer. It is one of the main factors in deciding how fast you want it to go!

When choosing a processor, you need to be looking at the speed which is nowadays measured in "GHz". The higher the GHz, the faster it is. Once upon a time, processors used to be single core, they have now advanced into multicore and multithreaded processors. A 4 core or threaded processor is going to be faster than 2 core/threaded processor.

It is also worth noting that we only use the latest processors on the market. We do not sell old out of date processors that no one wants and pretend they are something they are not. This can be a common corner cutting method used by other computer manufacturers.

Finally a 4 cores processor that runs at say 3.4Ghz does not equal 13.6Ghz despite it being a logical process, so if you ever see them advertised like that then walk away!

The Intel 10th Generation CPU are also known as "Comet Lake" Generation and introduces more cores than previous generations making even the entry level options exceeding viable options. Intel have also recently launched 11th Generation "Rocket Lake" CPUs however while they are a viable option they are only marginally better and in some cases worse than 10th gen options yet cost significantly more and as a result we currently offer both Intel 10th and 11th Gen for this very reason.