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    27 Inch, 2.93Ghz Quad-Core i7 iMac & 13' MBP
    Windoze 7 or xp pro?
    What do you guys reccomend id be using it purely for gaming and looking to get the 64bit.

    THANKS!
    i7 Quad-Core, 27 Inch Imac =
    XBL: SH3IKH

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    roflitskyle's Avatar
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    MacBook Unibody 13" 150 GB HDD
    I use Windows 7 64 bit on my iMac, and it runs Starcraft 2 great!

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    27 Inch, 2.93Ghz Quad-Core i7 iMac & 13' MBP
    Sounds like the safest bet the newest os tbh
    i7 Quad-Core, 27 Inch Imac =
    XBL: SH3IKH

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    roflitskyle's Avatar
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    What games are you playing to run?

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    27 Inch, 2.93Ghz Quad-Core i7 iMac & 13' MBP
    Pretty much all the new games and ofc Crysis for benchmark test ,
    i7 Quad-Core, 27 Inch Imac =
    XBL: SH3IKH

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    27" i7 iMac, 24" iMac, 13" Macbook Air, iPhone 6S, iPod Nano 7th GeniPad 3
    Windows XP was released over 10 years ago and is getting few to no updates, so the only choice that makes sense if you're going to buy a copy of Windows is to get Windows 7..

    Regards

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    Late 2013 27" iMac, iPad 3, iPhone 6s+, iPhone 6+, 3 iPods, El Capitan
    What was not mentioned in the above replies is the fact that Windows 7 x 64 bit will allow you to use ALL of your installed memory. XP x 32 bit will only recognize and use around 3.6 GB.

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