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Finally upgrading my CPU

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I've been wanting an i5-3350P for quite a while but Newegg have a promo on the i5-3570 which is $15 more than the i5-3350P so I went for it. :P

I'm running on my i3-2105 which is a terrific dual core CPU w/HTT so any one who's looking for a good dual core system, go for the i3. I was an AMD fan but went for Intel when I built my budget system with a Celeron G540. I never did like Celerons but this Sandy Bridge CPU changed my mind. This was when I looked at Intel a little deeper and am impressed with what they did.

Finally. :happy:
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