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Windows 7: What is best Windows version for hardcore gaming?

21 Apr 2011   #11


If by "hardcore gaming" you're refering to "modern games" then by all means, win7 x64.

My own definition of "hardcore gaming" is the traditional one: the opposite of "casual gaming". I play plenty of old games as well, including ones that just don't want to run in win7 x64. I have several computers though so I don't really need to make a choice, I can simply "choose" all of them.

But yeah. Win7 x64 for all the latest new eyecandy stuff.

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