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post #31 of 41
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Originally Posted by froogle;15583606 
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Not true.

Check out my sig rig. It gets bloated as hell after more than 10 tabs are opened on Chrome in conjunction with Outlook, Word and Excel. 2GB memory is way too little. Page filage gets filled up...and everything goes downhill from there.

Mind you, Windows XP over here. tongue.gif

I'd get 4GB of DDR3 as a base thumb.gif. RAM is stupid cheap these days.
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why is everyone advising buying slow computers? seems silly if he's willing to spend 3k. why not get a good cpu, an SSD and a GPU?

i hate having to wait for windows to load or programs to startup. i challenge those advising on 2 core systems to put down their gaming rigs and go work on one of those machines for a week.

asus dvd burner $20
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GIGABYTE GA-Z68M-D2H $105
i7 2600 $300
crucial m4 64gb $115

your dad would be very happy with a setup like this! it will eat anything office related for breakfast and surfing would be a breeze. if he wants a bigger HD, get a 128 or 256 crucial m4 instead.
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post #33 of 41
For 3k you might as well build him an office PC, a gaming PC, and buy a laptop.
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Originally Posted by Psykhotic;15584572 
For 3k you might as well build him an office PC, a gaming PC, and buy a laptop.

Not quite xD

my sig rig was like 1700 or something (I forget exact amount)
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I have put something together that may seem slightly overkill but it will run today's latest business applications and this system will last him at least 6 years(Depends on how fast technology improves). It is under the budget of $2100, the total cost is $1991 which includes shipping and taxes(Ontario HST at 13%). The total cost also includes x2 23" 1080p monitors for increasing his productivity.

DVD Drive: ASUS 24x DVD drive($22.99)
Case: Cooler master RC-692($89.99)
Power supply: CORSAIR enthusiast 850 watt($144.99)
OS: Windows 7 professional($139.99)
Hard Drive: Seagate 1 tb 7200 rpm($149.99)
Video Card: MSI twin frozr III GTX 570($369.99)
Ram: x2 Patriot Viper 8 gigabyte kit($99.98)
Motherboard: ASUS P7P55-E LX 1156 Intel motherboard($124.99)
Central Processing unit: Intel Xeon X3430 Lynefield 2.4 ghz LGA 1156($211.49)
Monitor: x2 Hanspree 23" HD LED monitor($319.98)

Total cost(Shipping and taxes): $1,991.04
post #36 of 41
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Originally Posted by Dutch Ninja;15584747 
I have put something together that may seem slightly overkill but it will run today's latest business applications and this system will last him at least 6 years(Depends on how fast technology improves). It is under the budget of $2100, the total cost is $1991 which includes shipping and taxes(Ontario HST at 13%). The total cost also includes x2 23" 1080p monitors for increasing his productivity.

DVD Drive: ASUS 24x DVD drive($22.99)
Case: Cooler master RC-692($89.99)
Power supply: CORSAIR enthusiast 850 watt($144.99)
OS: Windows 7 professional($139.99)
Hard Drive: Seagate 1 tb 7200 rpm($149.99)
Video Card: MSI twin frozr III GTX 570($369.99)
Ram: x2 Patriot Viper 8 gigabyte kit($99.98)
Motherboard: ASUS P7P55-E LX 1156 Intel motherboard($124.99)
Central Processing unit: Intel Xeon X3430 Lynefield 2.4 ghz LGA 1156($211.49)
Monitor: x2 Hanspree 23" HD LED monitor($319.98)

Total cost(Shipping and taxes): $1,991.04

Because who wouldn't want to save money? rolleyes.gif
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post #37 of 41
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Originally Posted by critical46;15584495 
why is everyone advising buying slow computers? seems silly if he's willing to spend 3k. why not get a good cpu, an SSD and a GPU?

i hate having to wait for windows to load or programs to startup. i challenge those advising on 2 core systems to put down their gaming rigs and go work on one of those machines for a week.

asus dvd burner $20
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HD 5570 $60
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8gb gskill F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL ram $47
GIGABYTE GA-Z68M-D2H $105
i7 2600 $300
crucial m4 64gb $115

your dad would be very happy with a setup like this! it will eat anything office related for breakfast and surfing would be a breeze. if he wants a bigger HD, get a 128 or 256 crucial m4 instead.

I work on a laptop, iPhone and old athlon x4400 most of the time.

1. You for the love of ---- don't need discrete video. YOU DON'T. Heck sandy bridge does Dual screens these days. Lemme ask you this Op. does you dad use any hardware accelerated program, use a program that benefits from cuda cores or streaming from ATI or folding or gaming, or does gpu based compution or needs 3+ monitors and the like? If you answered no to above questions, ONBOARD BIDEO WILL DO FINE.
2. Oh you have got to be kidding me... A HT based quad core. Overkill by whole leaps and bounds. My dad uses an workstation with i7 980x, and also a workmates i3 based laptop with an SSD. For daily work like Safari, he can't tell the difference between the two!

If your dad is using 3 screens, running every form of background scanning known to man, a bunch of Internet browsers open with 50 tabs each (probably uses ram more than anythinf) and uhhhh is running Skype and Idk what else do people use computers daily for....? You'd maybe benefit from having a sandy bridge i5 2300, but a 2600? I refute this as ultraoverkill, my opinion, but I feel it way too unnecessary. Maybe I'm wrong, far a I've run is a dual screen (I've only used tri for surround gaming) with Skype chrome with 10 tabs and MS office running MSE scan in the back, I think I may have been using 4 cores of my i7 930. A whole 4 cores.
     
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post #38 of 41
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Originally Posted by Spykerv;15587862 
I work on a laptop, iPhone and old athlon x4400 most of the time.

1. You for the love of ---- don't need discrete video. YOU DON'T. Heck sandy bridge does Dual screens these days. Lemme ask you this Op. does you dad use any hardware accelerated program, use a program that benefits from cuda cores or streaming from ATI or folding or gaming, or does gpu based compution or needs 3+ monitors and the like? If you answered no to above questions, ONBOARD BIDEO WILL DO FINE.
2. Oh you have got to be kidding me... A HT based quad core. Overkill by whole leaps and bounds. My dad uses an workstation with i7 980x, and also a workmates i3 based laptop with an SSD. For daily work like Safari, he can't tell the difference between the two!

If your dad is using 3 screens, running every form of background scanning known to man, a bunch of Internet browsers open with 50 tabs each (probably uses ram more than anythinf) and uhhhh is running Skype and Idk what else do people use computers daily for....? You'd maybe benefit from having a sandy bridge i5 2300, but a 2600? I refute this as ultraoverkill, my opinion, but I feel it way too unnecessary. Maybe I'm wrong, far a I've run is a dual screen (I've only used tri for surround gaming) with Skype chrome with 10 tabs and MS office running MSE scan in the back, I think I may have been using 4 cores of my i7 930. A whole 4 cores.

Surprisingly, he does! He has 3 screens and has each running excel sheets, word docs and lots of tabs!

So from what I see I should ether get rely low end or lower higher end. So in that case I will just get him mid range w/ quad core, 8 gb, large ssd and lower end gpu.
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post #39 of 41
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Originally Posted by Willie828;15588286 
Surprisingly, he does! He has 3 screens and has each running excel sheets, word docs and lots of tabs!

So from what I see I should ether get rely low end or lower higher end. So in that case I will just get him mid range w/ quad core, 8 gb, large ssd and lower end gpu.

Yeah. Pretty much. AMD eyefinity supported gpu, a good ol quad, you could use the 2300 - 2600 or an AMD athlon, up to you, big ol SSD and a nice looking case.

If you dad doesn't already own these following things, do look them up:
HP zr2740w
Mechanical keyboard.

Both should help him a lot. Especially the massive screen, and it's an SIPS panel, so not only does he get a huge resolution but always the high quality of an SIPS setup. Mechanical keyboards are a must.
     
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If his budget is 3000$, why not get a huge SSD? , if your dad is anything like mine, he will only need 240GB.

CPU: Core i5 2300 179$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115076
Motherboard: Biostar TH67B 79$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138308
RAM: Kingston HyperX 8GB 49$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820104173
PSU: Antec Earthwatts Green 380w 45$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371033
GPU: Radeon HD 6570 69$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371033
Case: Antec 300 56$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129042
DVD Drive: Any one is fine, they are almost all <20$
SSD: Crucial M4 256GB 371$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148443
OS: Windows 7 139$ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832116992

Total: About 1007$, thats 1993$ he can keep smile.gif
Edited by MarshallRA - 11/6/11 at 5:30am
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