upgrade

India
January 25, 2009 1:18am CST
we all use computers for various purposes.... now we all think its the time we should upgrade our machines don't we... with each new generation coming each two years it is very essential to upgrade so that it can take on atleast two generations. so how will you upgrade your pc? what are the add-ons that you would like to add to it? please share your views.......
5 responses
• India
27 Jan 09
upgrade?? now i have to change my computer every year we can't use old ram with new computer or upgrade ram becouse old ram which support celeron is costly than new like ddr2 or 3 this time i purchase new motherboard but i have to purchase new ram only hard disk reused.
• India
25 Jan 09
My PC is 10 years old and it goes like this... Intel Pentium 3 650 Mhz, 256 MB of RAM, 20 GB hard disk, CD writer that's it. And about upgrading it I am going to buy a new one with the latest hardware in it.... and I'll also use this sometimes... And if we keep on upgrading, we at the last, will find ourselves degraded (out of money)
@May2k8 (7011)
• Indonesia
25 Jan 09
i don't upgrade my computer, because i don't have enough money. My computer is AMD Duron 900Mhz, and if i upgrade my computer i will installed new great games with highest details for my spec in my computer.
• Indonesia
25 Jan 09
I didn't do upgrade, my father do it. If I Do upgrade, I like to add a good game
@myzonez (81)
• India
25 Jan 09
I'm posting you this response from an AMD Sempron 2800+ 1.6 GHz and A 2mbs DSL connection with a stupid old VIA integrated on board graphics. Yeah, no graphics card! 768mb ram, of which 256 is given onboard to run my sweet games. So only 512 is in use. And guess what? I've played NFS most wanted, Age of empires 3, Godfather, scarface, GTA SA, FIFA 2008, NBA 2008, Fable and a lot other 'minimun Nvidia Geforce 7300' games on this electronic junk. i know its time to upgrade. And by the way, I have usb 1.0 and no DVD drive , a CD-RW drive is what i have. And my father says he's not ready to spend money on this as long as he can still see those stock market graphs in the montor. To my dad, upgrading means your computer has broken down and old junky parts are unavailable. Then he upgrades it to the current settings. Sadly, my AMD sempron is quite healthy, withstanding me for long 4 years!