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What computer is right for me?


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Computerhelpneeded

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Hi Everyone,
I'm looking to buy a computer that can run: MS Office, Autocad, Vivian, D-tools, Adobe photoshop, an Audio Visual editing software and should accommodate future growth for similar software. It would be connected to a server and have internet access. It should also be able to have a firewire connection. What should I buy?
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:welcome: Computerhelpneeded
Please provide us with your maximum budget and let us know if you prefer a notebook or a desktop.
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Hi. Thank you for your response.
Desktop, ~$1300-$1500.
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Hi
That is a good budget - would you consider building your own, you will get more bang for your buck and I will be happy to compile a list of components for you to consider!
A build tutorial provided courtesy of Troy and Artellos respectively http://www.geekstogo...r-own-computer/
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I don`t ordinarily reply until a member has replied but as you did not when last on the forum I have added some additional info below in case you don`t fancy building your own;

An example of what is available for you http://www.tigerdire...1786&CatId=4928
Many of the higher end desktops are aimed at gamers, they are more expensive, do not completely provide what you require and cost considerably more than what it would cost you to build your own and that would meet your specific requirements exactly.
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