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    Default For anyone who's planning on building a Kaby Lake or Ryzen system

    Hope you're going to install Win10 on it.

    Because if you install Win7 or 8 you wont be able to update it

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    Default Re: For anyone who's planning on building a Kaby Lake or Ryzen system

    Excellent. That'll show the stragglers

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    Default Re: For anyone who's planning on building a Kaby Lake or Ryzen system

    Ve haf vays ohf making you upgrade!
    FTW

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    Default Re: For anyone who's planning on building a Kaby Lake or Ryzen system

    That really is fair enough. Crippling the new thing to make it backwards compatible happens a lot, not just in the IT industry. Sometimes its better to bite the bullet and just make something how you want it. Probably cheaper too.
    Microsoft: "You've got questions. We've got dancing paperclips."

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    Default Re: For anyone who's planning on building a Kaby Lake or Ryzen system

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Gonzales View Post
    Hope you're going to install Win10 on it.

    Because if you install Win7 or 8 you wont be able to update it
    Saves me having to turn the updates off then.
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