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Hi i have an Emachines desktop pc which i think is crap it's starting to run really slow and crashes a lot someones going to buy it off me for the price i paid for it (£550) so i'd like to buy a better pc from £500-800 but which type should i buy i'd like a good graphics card in it.I would be grateful if anyone could help me (but keep in mind i am a pc dummy)
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not too much of a dummy if you can convince someone to buy an old emachine from you for the same price you paid for it.

I would of course recommend you build your own, or barring that, either visit a local computer show or better yet, find a neighborhood geek to build you one.

Big box machines tend toward cheaper parts to save money since the margin is so thin on PCs these days it's impossible to earn a profit.
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