A noob on a budget

Discussion in 'Dell' started by Kinarz, Aug 12, 2017.

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  1. kojack

    kojack Notebook Deity

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    Just looked I have all of the items already disabled.
     
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    Kinarz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'll try it too. And for the upgrade I will have to get them later though I did add another 4 gigs of ram
     
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    Cool. Yeah, there is a lot of stuff that does not need to be running at startup. BTW....Remember to disable any new programs you load as well.
     
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    ralba Newbie

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    I found great deals at Dell outlet, read some forums computers usually come in great conditions, plus you can get a good spec for an insane price, I found the 7577 with i5 and 1050 for 700 usd tax included using a coupon code, also check regularly slickdeals, I believe anything better than an U processor and a mx150 or 960m is already give you a good time playing games, not on ultra or high but highly playable
     
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    Thanks. Going to buy the same model for my nephew
     
  6. kojack

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    anything dell at this point, besides the 32gb 3000 is a solid buy. My two rock!
     
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