37 months ago
Also taking general tips thanks!
It depends on what you'll be using your pc to do.
gaming lol forgot to add that
If your budget is limited, the performance gains of a 6700 or a K processor do not merit their increased costs. Stick with a 6600 if you're mostly gaming.
I second what Exultant said. If you're just gaming then a i5 and 8GB of RAM is sufficient. You can then allocate the funds you would have spent on a i7 towards a beefier GPU where a good portion of your budget should be. You can also look at the mobos for the B150 chipset since they don't allow overclocking which means they're cheaper and saves you money.