Thinking on building a new computer. Not a gamer type but one that can handles large processing task's in Win environment. MS word, Image data bases, legal files that can get quite chubby, and be able to print and edit color image files from a vast array of sources.
Intel i7 2600K if you are not overclocking get a H67 chipset if you are p67
It probably should be Intel i7 2600K and P67 chipset if you are overclocking; Intel i7 2600 and H67 chipset if you are not. There usually is no need to spend extra for the 2600K on an H67 chipset motherboard.