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Hello, I'm looking to pull the trigger on the below system for P3D. Can anyone see any issues with this and P3D? I do not currently have P3D so I'll be doing a new install of that as well. Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Jim

 

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I'd go 4790K and a Z97, along with Win7 - just my personal preference.  The 4790K is still the best CPU out there.

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I'd go 4790K and a Z97, along with Win7 - just my personal preference.  The 4790K is still the best CPU out there.

 

Thanks for the reply, that's my big question right now. The 4790k is cheaper too but not by much. I was thinking the extra cores would service me better in the long run so that's why I'm leaning toward the 5820k, with the right cooling I should be able to OC to 4.5.

 

Do you have the 4790k?

Jim

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