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So here is my situation. My upgrade is coming around (though my two-year contract doesn't expire till like beginning of August) and my current phone is on its last legs. I'd really like to upgrade it. The thing is, I'm going back home (to India) from mid-May to mid-August (Might just be here till end June though!). And I'm most probably going to be studying abroad (in South Africa) from January till July. Meaning I'll only be in the USA from mid-August till mid-December and then from 2013 mid-August till end-May of 2014.
So I'm wondering what I should do about my plan. I don't want to pay for the months that I'll be out of the country and I do want a smartphone with a data plan and unlimited texting. Minutes can be as minimal as possible. I'm willing to give up my current plan which has unlimited data usage if necessary.
Thanks a ton,

Thanks Eric.
That limitation on the 4770K (Hasswell) is now clear for me.
On the Intel website, the i7 Extreme Processors list, the 3930K is not present. It's a 2nd Generation.
Should I opt for it of for a 4th Generation ?
On the audio side I will check with Steinberg.
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