Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by fanturo, Apr 29, 2010.
I recommend I7 family.. This is the best choice now.
Do you really want a branded PC or could I help you with a list of components for a "best buy" in xxx budget?
Interesting you feel Dell parts are expensive. Hard drives are the same as any other machine and usually western digital. Most machines have either WD, Seagate or Hitachi HDDs. Same situation with memory, boards, graphics cards - all machines use components from a limited number of manufacturers.
So really the only difference between the vendors is the cases and how well made they are. To some extent the quality of cooling but that only really matters if you intend to upgrade of overclock.
If you spend say £350 you should expect to get a half decent dual core processor and a reasonable amount of memory - say 2-3Gb. You can pick up the Q series quad cores for around £400 - £450 and if you were to spend up to say £500 you should be able to lay your hands on an i3 processor - more on chip cache and faster front side bus. For that money a separate graphics card should also be included.
But unless you are a gamer of video editor I would say a dual core machine (T series) will do just fine.
if u can afford then buy i7
if u cant then at least buy Core 2 Duo with at least 2GB ram
I admit that I don't know waht I7 is ... how is it better than Core 2 Duo? what are the key differences?
Since u r looking for Mac why not go for 17 or Mac itself
I recommend you 2 Duo.....
mac is the first choice, except i don't like the no backspace key. for windows, microexpress nbl70. you won't regret it. trust me. and the price is very good.
Build your own??
If you have someone who can help you do it or do it your self, you can save quite a bit and get a pretty good computer.
If not get a Dell Vostro because it come free of any bloatware!
gx620 is very good pc.
no need new pc
sorry no need new pc and laptop
Hp and Dell core i5 are good.
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