Advantages: Cheap, Reliable, AMD board Disadvantages: Socket A, so wont work with Intel cpu's
...I bought my ASUS A7V333 for £85 online. It boasted many modern features, a good BIOS, and the ability to add loads of RAM.
The ASUS motherboard costs a little less than some other motherboards, mainly because it is a Socked A board. This means that the only processors it can take are AMD Socket A processors like the Athlon 1800 that I have in mine.
The board boasts the standard 5 PCI slots...
Advantages: Great value, State of the art Processor, Built-in Webcam Disadvantages: Heats up fast, weighs 4Kg
...I recently bought one of these Asus laptops of the A7C Series and for a manufacturer who I had never heard of before I was pleasantly surprised.
With 2GB RAM, 200GB HDD and Intel Core 2 Duo Processor the laptop runs very quickly and you are very unlikely to ever run out of space! The 17" display is ideal for watching DVDs or just for those who like to have a lot on their screens and is very...
Advantages: Impressive hard drive Disadvantages: Poor battery life
...take up less space. I wanted/needed something with lots of memory and a decent processor. As I work in an IT company my colleagues were very helpful in recommending various laptops and eventually I went for the Asus X5DIJ-SX247V, sounds complicated? Not really! It's just the "official" name of my fairly new laptop/notebook.
I knew I needed something with over 320Gb of memory which seemed to be...
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