Hi All, Just a quick question. I sought to build a gaming PC on the cheap since I don't have as much time nowadays for PC Gaming, but obviously I didn't want to give it up. Therefore, instead of building a solid mid/upper-range gaming PC I saved some $$ going AMD for the CPU/motherboard since the desktop would just be sitting there mostly on the weekdays. Anyways, I have the following parts: - NZXT Hale82 650W PSU - AMD Phenom II x4 960T Zosma - Cooler Master Hyper 212+ w/ Arctic Silver 5 - Biostar A880G+ AM3 mATX motherboard (880G chipset) - G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GB RAM - Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 OC version - WD Black 640GB Basically the $$ I saved going with the Phenom II x4 960T Zosma over a Core i5-2500k / i5-3570k I spent on getting a better video card (ATI 7850). I plan to play recent games such as: - Diablo 3 - Battlefield 3 - Guild Wars 2 on a 120Hz 24" monitor @ 1920x1080 res. I have an existing Windows 7 Pro 64bit install from my i5-2500K PC I sold awhile back that "magically" worked with the new AMD 960T setup after a few driver updates. Everything is really slow from Firefox (well, i do have 50+ tabs open) and games loading, but I know I should do a complete Windows 7 re-install and plan to do it this weekend. Bottom-line is, will the AMD Phenom II x4 960T Zosma bottleneck a ATI 7850 (factory-OC) in the above 3 games @ 1920x1080 res (I have a 120Hz monitor so the higher FPS the better)? The 960T I have is the Black Edition so I can overclock it a bit from stock 3GHz and maybe try to unlock it to x6 (don't want to count on this though). If you guys think it will bottle-neck it, I won't even both re-installing Windows 7 with this AMD setup and just bite the bullet and spend the extra $200 or so on a Core i5-3570k / Z77 combo. Thanks in advance.