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Before Buying a new PC which factors should be consider?

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Asked by yogesh chakote, 27 Sep '11 03:45 pm
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The whole configuration matters like Ram, Hard drive etc. But do consider your requirements before buying a new PC for you! For what purpose you will be using the PC. For games & entertainment or for work. If you want to buy one only for games, fun & little bit of word processing then go for Netbook powered by Intel Atom processor. It will cost you only 10-12k. No need to invest large amount of money. But if you need one for work then you can buy any desktop or laptop having good RAM, hard drive, good screen size etc.
Answered by abhishek gupta, 30 Sep '11 11:07 am

 
  
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1. processor
2. motherboard
3. RAM
4. HDD
5. XVGA,
6. multimedia
7. wi-fi
8.resolution etc..
Answered by klm, 27 Sep '11 03:57 pm

 
  
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How to Buy a Desktop PC
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.
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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
Source: Tech_World
Answered by valobasa, 27 Sep '11 03:55 pm

 
  
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At first you have to see the type of work you have to do with your PC. Accordingly you have to verify the confurgation of your PC, as there are many peripherials and softwire are to be installed during purchase. PC start from approximately 12000 to 12000 crores and above. You might have well awaare about the server system of the PC. Important thing is quality of mother board,hard disk,processers,monitors,graphic cards if any,system battery,cabinet design,Ram,GB in drive,P-3 or P-4,oldversion of window or latest version etc etc. If i write details,it will be abook consisting of 400 pages, Hence confurigation first.
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Answered by Sambhunath Tiadi, 27 Sep '11 04:26 pm

 
  
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Before buying pc two things keep in yours mind.

1. Budget
2. Purpose

Configuration

1. Intel Original mother board
2. Ram atleast 2 GB
3. Processor I 300 atleast ...more
Answered by Ravinesh Kumar, 27 Sep '11 04:07 pm

 
  
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First and the most important is whatz ur budget :P
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 27 Sep '11 03:53 pm

 
  
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