Question What's the cheapest way for me to upgrade my PC to the point where it has SSE4.2 support?

Netriosilver

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I don't really have much hardware experience so it'd be great if anyone that answers dumbs it down for me, thanks!
 
So each cpu has certain features. Now these features don't change a lot, but they do between generations and architectures. For example, here is your 1100T vs an i3-6100:
http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/369/AMD_Phenom_II_X6_1100T_vs_Intel_Core_i3_i3-6100.html

If you look at the 'Instruction set extensions' section you will see SSE4.2 and how one has it and the other doesn't. Unfortunately, the architecture of your cpu does not have these 'Instruction set extensions'. You will need a completely different motherboard, cpu and possibly even memory for a setup that does afaik.
 

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