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In our report we hope to provide a helpful and detailed guide to buying a personal computer Our aim is to be able to meet our students needs without exceeding our budget We will cover input output and storage devices and provide a realistic and practical advice for the buyer We have chosen to find two PCs within our budget one of the PCs is a bottom of the range inexpensive PC from PC World which may seem like you are getting a deal However when we have concluded our report you will see why it isnt quite the bargain it appears to be The processor is a vital component it is in some way responsible for every single thing the PC does The processor is also a major determinant of overall system cost the newer and more powerful the processor the more expensive the machine will be The processors in both PCs are not Pentium however they are clones of the Pentium As shown in the chart above below you can see that the PC from Computer Warehouse is faster as it is an AMD K62 500mhz processor compare to the Cyrix 400mhz in the other the former is also a more recent design The AMD K62 also offers Pentium Pro class performance For a students basic computing needs it is not necessary to have the fastest most up to date processor Since we have to stay within a budget it is necessary to maintain value for money the AMD K62 offers us thisIt is true in regards to hard drives you can never have too much storage Buying lots of capacity is smart because data files tend to grow to fill the available space More software fills up more space on the grounds that with todays hard drives you can lose 100MB or so without noticing it Again the Computer Warehouse PC is of much better value as it is 102gb compared
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