Apollyon wrote:Hm, I am not an expert anymore but 3gb RAM does not seem to be much these days. And what I learned in my days is to avoid "integrated" graphic adaptors at all costs, especially when you want to play contemporary games. Also those adaptors often share their memory with the central memory which is a bad bad thing.
640gb hard drive is not that much either if you want to store music, photos & videos... Not much of a matter though as you can still buy an external hard drive later on.
What's wrong with a laptop though? I got one a few months ago and I am quite happy with it. Takes less space than a desktop computer, you can use it in others places than home and the performance it alright as well since I tend to do professional work and a bit of retrogaming on it rather than play the latest fancy pansy gangster wannabe supersoldier 3D game .
BFenix wrote: Like consoles, they get obsolete and can't be upgraded...
Tzan wrote:Silverdream wrote:the link for a kingdom in turmoil leads to grave tidings.
Are you getting your ideas for posts from fortune cookies?
Packard Bell iXtreme 5622uk Tower PC
Intel Core i3 530 Processor
64-bit 2.93GHz, 4MB Cache
Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
3GB DDR3 Memory
640GB Hard Drive
4 x Front, 4 Rear USB ports
Built-in wireless connectivity
Wireless Keyboard and mouse
naussica wrote:That's is good enough, it's much better then some of the deals I've seen. I just wish I was allowed to buy a computer myself, because my dad is a real penny pincher.
Tzan wrote:Quantumsurfer wrote:I generally agree with TzanWarhead wrote:I agree with QuantumSmurfer.
I agree with Warhead.
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