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jrm20

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ok so the quad....its a processor? will i need a new motherboard to use it? and i already have the video card, but i will upgrade to the dx10.




The quad core processor is going to be pricy.. Even the low end quad core will be quite abit.
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The pricing information thats been going about seems not to bad its mostly rumours but they are doubtful to be all that expensive. The performance on them is amazing, they arent the same as current 4 core systems they are desktop chips they are two core2s on one chip and the benchmarks are very good the bottom end quad core shouldnt be much more than a E6600 and they are alot more powerful.
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