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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: is this good for a
I searched the internet and also from my experience can tell that this system is quite good. This system has all what is required by the latest gaming titles to run flawlessly.
If I would be pinpointing small issues then only would find that the hard drive needs to be at least 1 terabyte nothing else to complain.
In my opinion its quite a 'heavy' system and will sure give you an edge in modern multiplayer gaming over the internet where performance is the key to success.
Just a reminder that you should use 64 bit version of Windows on this system as a 32 bit system will not be able to use the 4GB RAM. A 64 bit system will better use the resources and you can upgrade to a higher amount if needed.
If you install a 32 bit OS it will show the total RAM as 2.5 GB and rest will be wasted. Windows 7 64 bit will be the best choice as it supports multithread, multicore CPUs and advanced graphics with DirectX 10/11.
In short I can say that this system is very much adequate for todays software/games and possibly future proof upto two years for extreme gaming. Also you can move to a better graphics card and more RAM when required. And be sure to use a adequately rated UPS/surge protector.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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The things you want to look for are a ultra ATA laptop drive. Thats is the type of connector you have to match up and you need to match up the size. The only thing that you might run tino is size limit on the drive. I tried swapping a 100 in for a 60 and it wouldn;t recognize it. It should have but it wouldn't. So you may want to do a bit of research to makre sure you don't go too big and then have it not work. I don't see what brand or model of laptop this is so can't look that up for you. What you can do is contact the support for your brands and get them to ask how big will work. It might take a few days to get back to you but they should be able to tell you and save you buying somethign that won't work.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a dell computer
If your computer is still under WARRANTY, exercise that warranty to get it fixed.
Otherwise, spend $40 to buy a new CD/DVD reader/writer, to replace the "defective" unit.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
dell\'s config: Intel® Core? i5-460M Processor (2.53GHz, 2Core/4Threads, turbo up to 2.8GHz, 3M cache) 1GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 420M graphics with Bluetooth (with WIDI) 4GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM (1 x 4G) (operates at 1066MHZ for Core i5 processors) with increased RAM will work fine
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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