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    What are some recommendatin for dual-core processors and video cards to run a PC design workstation. Also want to play some games, etc. Leaning towards a lan-party MB overclocking a decent AMD chip with water cooling. This might be the wrogn forum but want a design point of view on buildign PCs.

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    Hm. This area of the forum is for photography equpment, not PC equipment. Perhaps it needs to be labeled more specifically.

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      Originally posted by lavaspit
      What are some recommendatin for dual-core processors and video cards to run a PC design workstation. Also want to play some games, etc. Leaning towards a lan-party MB overclocking a decent AMD chip with water cooling. This might be the wrogn forum but want a design point of view on buildign PCs.
      With the current AMD chips out there. There really isnt a need for any overclocking. Do you have a budget?
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