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Topic Title: Real life cpu experience, upgrading
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Created On: 12/13/2020 11:54 AM
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 Real life cpu experience, upgrading   - homeauto - 12/13/2020 11:54 AM  
 Real life cpu experience, upgrading   - kkkwj - 12/13/2020 06:12 PM  
 Real life cpu experience, upgrading   - dilligence - 12/13/2020 07:00 PM  
 Real life cpu experience, upgrading   - mwarddoc - 01/06/2021 04:20 AM  
 12/13/2020 11:54 AM
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I have used dragon medical practice on multiple machines. I have a small intel mini pc with 8th gen "u" mobile processor i7, same as the laptops, where the experience is just not good, even though this should be more than enough. Lags, errors, just frustrating. 

wanting to upgrade to the newest intel i5,7,or 9 non mobile chip computer and have a desire to get the best setup as possible given the one I have was supposed to be high end. 

thing is that these 10th gen intel processors the highest base clock is the i5, not i9. It's the higher thread count/cores that go up.

Any idea if this is worthwhile? Or will I actually do worse with the lower single core clock speeds

for example i5 $670, i7 $770, i9 860 

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