IF you're going for anything above the 2500k, go for the 2600k, the 2700k is useless, just a (slightly) higher stock clock.
Originally Posted by sniperm
One more question.. If I get the 64bit OS.. would this be a problem running some games??
I remember some one telling me some thing like this...
Sniperm, please don't double post. If you have something to add to your post within 24 hours, use the edit button at the bottom of your most recent post (looks like a pencil). And, no. 64bit is pretty much the standard now a days, and you must have it if you want to use all 8gb's of your RAM.
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