ludi wrote:Upgrade the Pepperjack. It's a fine cheese for light snacking and lunch sandwiches and performs to expectations if you apply it accordingly, but the wine pairings are few and the potential for broader satisfaction is nil.
For a longer-term investment, a smoked Gouda is the minimum price of admission, and it can be applied to a broader range of applications ranging from your basic cheese tray to fruit to a meal of grilled fish, or even a classic meat and potatoes Sunday dinner. Throughput can easily exceed an ounce per minute during periods of heavy consumption.
DPete27 wrote:If your x2 555 is unlocked to 4 cores it should peform roughly like an x4 955. In that case, check out a benchmark comparison between the two CPUs and decide for yourself depending on your usage. Replace the loser with an i5-3570K though.