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I can answer most any question in this category for the home desktop builder and for most gaming PC builders. This includes what kind of case, cooling products, overclocking, all hardware, software, and safety issues. I can also advise on where the best sources for purchasing hardware are on the net.
100's of system builds from Win 2k through Win7 for customers as a self-employed PC technician with 100% customer satisfaction. Most experienced with XP and Vista.
4 classes short of my Networking degree.
|Dave||01/30/17||10||10||10||Thank you Keith. Wow that was quick .....|
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|Prashant S Akerkar||05/20/16||10||10||10||Dear Keith Thanks. Prashant|
|Prashant S Akerkar||01/08/16||10||10||10||Dear Keith Thanks. Thanks & Regards, Prashant .....|
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I'm still with you :) Before going to the extent of a whole new mobo and processor, we need to look down the RAM path. You may already have but I need to make sure because this has been an issue many
Before I spend a lot of time going to all the links amd comparing all the machines you listed, which is beyond the scope of a volunteer, with the money you have to spend I would go to www.tigerdirect.com
It just has to have wifi. Not familiar with the model that you have. If it is a laptop it most likely has wifi. Sorry, you thought my answer was not good enough. I figured if you could ask a question
This is a good one. I have two guesses. 1. The card is not 64 gigs it is 32 and some kind of mistake was made. 2. Try putting the cards in and clicking "explore" and see of the card is completely empty
I'm sorry I didn't read the question thoroughly. I would go with the quad core with as much RAM as the machine will hold. Dell is my first choice in manufacturers. I'll have to get back with you on a model