what is your best computer spec to date...

@akinov (196)
Philippines
April 28, 2007 6:12am CST
for some time i been busy,, and as the time goes by same as technologies,, i want to buy new desktop or laptop comp.. can you give me some advise what is the best gaming computer spec. that can also be a workstation.. any kind of advise will be appriciated... thanks...
4 responses
@shakeroo (3990)
• Malaysia
28 Apr 07
My laptop comes with Intel Centrino Core 2 Duo processor, 2Gb RAM, 120 GB HDD and Vista Home Basic that I am in the process of upgrading to Vista Ultimate. So far the performance is superb. No more long waiting for programs to load.
@akinov (196)
• Philippines
28 Apr 07
wow thats nice... how much its cost??? can i now the diff.. between Vista basic and Vista Ultimate?????
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@shakeroo (3990)
• Malaysia
28 Apr 07
It cost me about $1500.00. The difference is that the Ultimate edition has all the good things about Vista and the Home basic has actually nothing but only the look. Furthermore, I need to run IIS on my laptop and only the Business and Ultimate editions support that. There is a small difference between Business and Ultimate so I have decided to purchase the Ultimate edition so that I am sure that I have the full Vista features and functions.
@smacksman (6074)
30 Aug 07
For games the graphics card is the key element. A top spec at the moment would be two PCI-E x16, 1GB graphics RAM linked together. 4GB of high speed RAM. 10,000 rpm Raptor hard drive RAID array with two to four 500GB or 750GB SATA hard drives. Two quad core Intel processors on a dual pro motherboard. 64 bit XP Pro will leave you much more resources than 64 bit Vista but god help you getting drivers to work. A 16Mb broadband connection will help with online gaming. A good quality 22" CRT monitor will still be quicker for gaming than any TFT flat screen and will give better colours. This spec will also be good for most graphics workstations and will be ten times more powerful than you really need to run normal office software like MS Office. Top games performance demands top kit.
• India
24 Jun 07
get a core 2 duo 6600, 1 gb of 663mhz ram or if u hav the moolah go for the 1033 mhz from kingston, put in a 8800 nvidia graaphic card, and buy a good tft screen, and dont forget a 650watts psu and some good fans for excekkent cooling
• India
1 May 07
If you are going to take a laptop best to take intel because of low power consuption.In desktops AMD have economical high performence processors