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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post
There are some games though that are very CPU dependent, such as World of Warcraft. Tom's Hardware did a whole big article on the performance of multiple CPU's and GPU's with the new expansion.

Point being it really depends on what games you play that decides what kind of CPU and GPU you should get.
Like anyone will notice the difference between 80 and 90FPS.
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I can to be honest. I like 120FPS+ and thats why I like to keep my computer clocked to the max to achieve highest FPS possible at all times.
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