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Intel Core i7-2600 3.4GHz 8MB S-1155
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ASUS P8P67 DELUXE B3 DDR3 S-1155

Can this play heavy games like Crysis on high graphics? Please tell me if i should upgrade somin
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Looks good. A 6950 along with that cpu should be able to tackle anything up to 1920x1200 quite well even with lots of eye candy added. If I had to suggest anything to upgrade I'd have to say the cpu cooler if you're looking to do some overclocking.
 
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Make sure you have the K version of the i7 if you want to overclock.
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If you are not planning to overclock ,and do not get a k series chip. I would not buy the p67 board,you wont need it get the h67.
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for the small increase in price and large gains to be had with overclocking make sure you buy the 2600k not just the 2600. Even better if you after mainly gaming with this build buy the 2500k save $100 for a faster graphics card the 2500k is exactly the same speed in games as the 2600k sometimes quicker.
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I agree with Chewy, I downgraded to a 2500K (currently running at 4GHz) and put the extra money I saved to upgrading 6950 to 6970

EDIT : I run Crysis on a 32" screen (720P) on Very high settings with 45FPS+ (lowest i've seen is 35)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MIKEVALL View Post
If you are not planning to overclock ,and do not get a k series chip. I would not buy the p67 board,you wont need it get the h67.
NO do not listen to the nonsense above!



P67 or Z68 motherboards are your choices. Both offer overclocking, Quick Sync and multi-GPU support.
The best Z68 board at this time is ASUS.....
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Originally Posted by DannyB0y View Post
If I had to suggest anything to upgrade I'd have to say the cpu cooler if you're looking to do some overclocking.
Completely agree with this statement...if you're looking for a lower priced HSF get the CM Hyper 212+...I saw 10 degree drops on load with this HSF compared to the one you're going to buy (had previously)
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