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daka123

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I am thinking of buying a new PC from best buy and for now the one i want to get is this :The computer

Please give me some opinions on its performance and the upgrades that can de done to improve it. Suggestions of other computers are also appreciated. I actually want to have a powerfull PC to run as many processes I want and to be able to play games like wow on max resolutions and also to surf in the net at the same time. Thank you.

Edited by daka123, 03 June 2009 - 07:26 PM.

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Neil Jones

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A more pertinent question would be to ask yourself: What do I want to do with the computer?

Do I want to simply go online with it, browse the Internet, write a letter on occasion and do online banking and the odd online Flash game?
Or do I want to play Flight Sim, World of Warcraft, shoot virtual people to death online and stay online all night, every night until some obscene hour in a virtual world?
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First and foremost, like Neil commented, you need to decide on what the laptop or PC will be primarily used for. Specifications can vary a lot from computer to computer. Are you a home user, a gamer, business user, multimedia user or all of these? This article might help you get started on what computer and specification you will need - reviews.cnet.com/laptop-buying-guide/?tag=bg;bg_l

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