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    I don't see the promblem with using windows for gaming, if you can dual-boot then what's the promblem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude500
    I don't see the promblem with using windows for gaming, if you can dual-boot then what's the promblem
    ~100 ~$200, and that's just for Home.

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    finally got bf2 to run on debain all this dual boot get rid of windows i prefere to spend 100-200 on something else like a good cpu

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