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My last upgrade - its should hold one year at less

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Alx-Di, Nov 10, 2012.

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    Motherboard - Asus P5Q Pro
    CPU Type QuadCore Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450, 2666 MHz
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    so what's new? more info is needed before commenting
     
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    Q9450 is still a decent CPU, I had one until Jan 12 and it performed very well for being over 4 years old :D
     
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    An IDE SSD?
     
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    I am assuming that bolded word (less) is supposed to be... least.
    And, that, you are wondering what would be a good upgrade to hold you for a year, on the system you have; as, this is the last upgrade you plan to do on this system.

    If that is it, then I would say, none, if it is doing what you want it to do now.
    Save for your next system. Put your funds into that.

    Or, if you absolutely must scratch an itch, then... get a monitor, keyboard, mouse, sound device (sound card, speakers, headphones, etc.), or something you want/like and can use it any new system you build/buy.

    Just my opinion.:)
     

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