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Feb 04, 12 at 11:35pm

Your 'motherboard' link goes to the CPU again. But assuming that you have chosen a socket 1155 motherboard (with appropriate chipset for overclocking - P67 or Z68) then yes it will be compatible.

Yes the 6950 should run those games well.

There are other parts you will need to create a fully functioning computer tho, (PSU, case, etc). Do you have those already or do you need to choose those as well?

Feb 04, 12 at 10:53pm

Hello, i'm building my own computer and i was wondering if someone could take a look at these components i'm looking at to see if they are compatible with one another as i have no idea how to tell whether they are or not...

Also, if you know the area, could you tell me if this PC would run modern games on a highish setting (Anything higher than medium) on games like Crysis 2, and Battlefield Bad Co.2?

Thanks Alot In Advance!

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Many Thanks!

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