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Well for what you're using it for I would just get a dual core Celeron, you don't need alot of power for your usage.
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For your system, I'd recommend the E2180 for $60 (after MIR) at Tigerdirect. It'll overclock to well over 3.0GHz and will balance well with the 7900 you have. Let the 45nm CPUs mature a bit before you go spending more $. Once overclocked, it should give a noticable improvement over the X2 3600+.
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