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what exactly do you mean by solid division specs?
if you are building a gaming machine. and i5 will suffice. but if you game, stream or render videos go for i7. as for the gpu, are you a casual gamer? do you only play less demanding games? i would not recommend the 4gb 960. you wont see any noticeable difference between the 2gb and 4gb version. i think nvidia made the 4gb version to go against the R9 380 which has wider bit and has 4gb versions too.
If you are building a gaming system go with the i5. If you get the i7 you will get an extra 1 or 2 fps.
As for the GPU, if you ever plan on playing any game at 4k res, you will need 4GB of vram. I would recommend the GTX970. It will play current games with max setting at 1080p, and you can add a second one later if you plan on playing at 4k with max settings.
When was that released?
It has not come out yet. It is set to come out in March 2016 and the system requirements could change before launch.
I mean the specs needed for the game. :P
They came out earlier this year. But like I said they can and probably will change.
Yeah, that is why I suggested getting an i7, useful for later to as well as the game :P
i5 is flexible too to an extent. i believe the thread starter main concern is gaming so the i5 will be best and spend the extra money for a good gpu and he will be a happy camper