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Submitted by newsguy 831d ago | article

Build the Best Bang for the Buck PC

Maximum PC: We all know that, generally speaking, buying the newest top-end part gets you the most performance. But in most cases, the premium you pay for that part covers a whole lot of other stuff as well that has no bearing on frame rates or video encoding times. We’re talking about the added cost of covering research and development, product marketing, lower production yields, etc. That high price also includes a vanity tax, if you will—the extra charge incurred by folks who simply want to have the latest hardware, hot off the fab, for bragging rights. (Gadgets, Hi-tech, Intel, NVIDIA, PC, PC hardware)

andresegers  +   832d ago
Cool
fatstarr  +   831d ago
Im still waiting for the leap in computing to come before I upgrade, but this is some good info for anyone that has stopped keeping up with computer parts for the last 3 years
vanethe  +   831d ago
SSD check
3,0 USB check

just upgrade already !

unless you'er waiting for the upcoming intel processor
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fatstarr  +   829d ago
I have my laptop with SSD and USB 3.0 already.

waiting for the next Intel processor and board set.
Evil_Ryu   831d ago | Off topic | show

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