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Windows 7: OEM or normal?

18 Feb 2010   #11

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE

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Edit: Looking at his current specs, he'd have to change the mobo for an i7.

Doesn't an Intel E7200 use a 775 and an i7 use a 1366/1156 depending on which one; if he installs on the current HW then upgrades to an i7 that sounds like a new mobo to me.
I don't know anything about Intel, but I see what you mean. I didn't notice his mention of a future upgrade. I was just thinking of whether it would install on his current hardware or not.

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