Great support forum.. Maybe my question was very bad formulated. Will try again
* For NAS servers is it best to use T CPU's for lower TDP .. ? I see most build recommendations for NAS is in fact just regular CPU's and not T versions.. Confused about this.
* For playing HEVC x265 movies (in the future when it will be possible to rip your 4k HDR movies), does the G4560 work or do I have to go with i3 7x series CPU ..? I read about some problems with x265 on g4560 .. ?
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Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
First, we would like to apologize for the delay on our response.
The difference between these two processors is that the processor with the T is to save power on your system; you can compare these two processors here:
The regular CPU is most used because it able to support more work load but this also depends what you need the system for, the power and frequency is higher on the not T version.
I have seen in other forums where they build the NAS system with the Intel® Pentium® Processor G4560 and this is because they have had good experience with this processor.
Thanks for your answer!
I did actually see now in the comparison that there is 600mhz difference between the stock speeds of the cpu's..
Is the G4560 fully supporting hardware decoding of HEVC 265 now or is the drivers not yet released? If so will it arrive in the near future or do I have to jump to a i3 for full support of that..?
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Yes, this processor supports HEVC 265 and there is a driver version already released for this processor graphics, you can download it here when you need it:
This driver is supported on Microsoft Windows® 10 64-bit only when using this 7th generation processor.