Before Buying a new PC which factors should be consider?
Buying a new computer is no small task. Making the right choice requires more than just knowing how fast a CPU you need or how big a hard drive you want--you need to have a good idea of how you'll use your new rig. Let PC World's experts break the details down for you.
D esktop PC Shopping Tips
Ready to buy a desktop? PC shoppers can save money and avoid unnecessary hassle by following these tips.
Consider the warranty and tech support: Because most PC problems tend to crop up in the first year, a one-year warranty should be fine. A two- or three-year warranty will add about $150 to $200 to your cost. Businesses can get options like 24-hour on-site response, but they must pay dearly for it.
Check PC World's Reliability & Service survey, where readers collectively determine which PC makers provide the best and worst technical support and warranty service. Most PC makers offer multiple tiers of ser ...more
1. Intel Original mother board
2. Ram atleast 2 GB
3. Processor I 300 atleast ...more