Processors Tags: Systems Last response: April 6, 2010 3:00 AM in Systems Share pitacorp April 6, 2010 2:32:10 AM Hello, does anyone have an opinion on, if they had the choice, would you rather choose a 32bit, dual core quad Q9650 vs. a I7 870 at 64 bit? I need to make a choice soon and not sure which way to go More about : processors banthracis April 6, 2010 2:38:10 AM No reason to go with the old Socket 775 CPU's. For gaming an i5-750 1156 is as high as you'll really need. For professional graphics/video an i7-930 is about all you need. m 0 l jbakerlent April 6, 2010 3:00:53 AM ^+1. What are you going to be using the system for? If you fill out the Build Advice form in my signature, it will help us get the information we need. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedZ97 Motherboard for Xeon E3 processors Forum Solvedfsp speed for all i7 processors Forum SolvedCrestron control and audio processors blew out in power surge; how to replace? Forum Solvedcan all motherboards overclock amd fx processors? Forum SolvedNew PC mobo not compatible with Intel processors, what mobo can I get to solve the issue? Forum SolvedCan Dell Precision T3500 supports intel core i 7 and core i 7 extreme processors? Forum SolvedIntel core I7 Processors questions Forum SolvedAny new FM2 Socket Processors? Forum Solvedstream processors count? Forum SolvedDoes 4th Gen processors really worth the upgrade over 3rd gen Forum SolvedCompatible motherboards for AMD Phenom II 1055T processors? Forum SolvedProcessors AMD vs Intel Forum SolvedAM2 AM2+ Processors and the Dell E521 Forum SolvedHaswell refresh processors Forum SolvedIs overclocking actually bad for processors? Forum SolvedWill AMD make any more FX processors? Forum Solved4th gen intel processors problems Forum Solved8 Core Processors Forum SolvedCant choose between processors Forum SolvedCan heat cause a drop in performance in processors? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !