Then you should be perfectly at ease with this CPU ;)
It comes with a 4+4 pin cable (you can see all the cables included on the PSU description page)
As of today, even with extreme environmental warming (my flat temperature is currently 29°C), this build is doing very very fine ! I've nothing to complain about and I've pretty confident it will hold this performance level for quite some time.
Also, what does "Heavy coding" mean ? Do you code with bricks or is it heavy-on-RAM-IDE kind of coding ?
Why do a Dual Boot, when you can host a Linux from within your Windows ;) : https://www.hanselman.com/blog/TheYearOfLinuxOnTheWindowsDesktopWSLTipsAndTricks.aspx
Oh good to know !! I did pick the best deal for me then :D
Thanks for this piece of info !!
Well, I wouldn't say it's useless (you can overclock it further than 2700) but the difference is not that significant enough for my use case at least.
(I edited my CPU review to reflect your interactions :))
That was exactly my thought. I could have paid the extra bucks for the X but you have to draw the line somewhere (Especially since I already changed my mind on the 2600 to go with the 2700 ;'D)