Best Specification for Desktop

January 10, 2012 9:13pm CST
Can anyone give me some details about the best specification for desktop? I need it for my work from home or online jobs. I need it along with a fast connection internet.
4 responses
@rog0322 (2834)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Jan 12
Hi red, It should be AMD processor, with Gigabyte or MSI-made mainboard, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD capacity, 1GB ATI Radeon VGA, and at least 500W internal power supply unit (PSU). Try also the HD LCD monitor, it is more economical than the old CRT in terms of power comsumption, clearer and crisper resolution and vibrant colors. Don't forget to hook it up to a UPS before using the wall outlet. Saves you the trouble of sudden current fluctuations that could damage the mainboard and the HDD.
@rog0322 (2834)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Jan 12
By the way, it is a whitebox PC, parts bought individually and assembled at some workshop in a home. If you want higher end desktops, try the preassembled HP or Dell, they're long lasting than any other brand,AMD based of course.
11 Jan 12
Thanks for the info rog0322. It should be helpful, you must be an IT specialist or computer technician. I should hook up with you more often. I love computers, too, but I don't have enough knowledge about it. I'll add you up as my friend here on my lot, hope you don't mind.
@arjunm (439)
• India
25 Jan 12
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• Indonesia
14 Jan 12
If it just for online, I think Intel core i3-2100 processor is best choice, using Intel QPI, 3 MB smart Cache | Intel H61 Chipset, 2gb ddr 3, 512 Graphic card ATI Radeon and 250 Gb Hard disk drive.
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
14 Jan 12
Uhmm.. If it is only for online jobs which is not about programming, designing, or stuff, I think a PC that support Windows XP is more than enough. Pentium 4 with 512 MB RAM would be just fine.. And if it's about online jobs, then I suggest you to buy the better modem and internet plan instead..