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Guide to Upgrading Your PC
Is your computer looking a bit long in the tooth? If so, there are plenty of ways to breathe new life into an old system.
One of the frustrating things about technology is the fact that any computer you buy always seems to be out of date the moment it is delivered. There is always something bigger, better and faster coming along, and just to rub it in, the new models will probably cost the same.
Itís wrong to assume that your PC is obsolete just because a newer model has come out. Thatís just part of the computer industryís fiendish master plan to get you to buy a new PC every 2-3 years. Itís perfectly possible to get the latest technology without starting over and buying a new system. There are various ways to improve performance and add features that wonít cost the earth.
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
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