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thanks everyone for all the input, after reading a lot and hearing what everyone has to say I can tell now that the kind of gains I'm looking for just can't be made with a simple video card update... so... looks like I'll be saving for a new computer.

btw, my q6600 is only a 2.4...

so I tried dell once... now it's back to building my own, I can do, have always done in the past.... just get tired of all the researching and screwing around -lol- any good sites for killer recipes? last time I did this was sometime around 2005...
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any good sites for killer recipes? last time I did this was sometime around 2005...
Buddy, you came to the right place.


See THESE GUIDES

Here's a guide to putting it all together and a list of what you'll need.


Now have some fun and one you shop around a bit, put your 'shopping list' into the appropriate section, either INTEL or AMD and we can give you input from there.

Happy Hunting!
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Excellent! Thank you sir. I'll do just that.
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