EET250_Unit2_CourseProject_Phase1_Robert Cooper

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Running Head: COURSE PAPER 1 Course Paper Unit 2 Project Phase 1 Robert Cooper Computer Configuration EET 250 Professor Klatt 19 May 17
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COURSE PAPER 2 Abstract I would like for my computer to be used for heavy gaming and streaming. I have a ps4 for gaming but it doesn’t compare to the specs if you buy decent parts on PC. I have tablets and a laptop to do everything else. I would install a 64 bit windows 10 pro OS. I can get that for free using my ECPI University account through moodle. For my CPU I will get the Intel-Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition. It will most definetly support a high end gaming system. 3.3GHz along with 6 cores. On amazon it will cost around
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