Posted on Tuesday, Dec 18 2007 @ 07:35 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Whether you're trying to sustain decent framerates in the middle of a frantic gaming session, like the option of running large tasks in the background, such as video or audio encoding, dabble in a bit of photo retouching, or even just want to be able to browse the internet without delays, any use of a computer can benefit from the raw performance of the system. This performance can be attributed to the CPU, RAM, and motherboard. The CPU and RAM configurations were not always the same, so let's look at the reviews to see what results can be achieved.
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