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I am graphic designer that works from home. I own two apple macs that are my main work stations. As I also do web development I currently test my projects on my PC laptop which is quite dated now. I'm looking for a PC desktop, doesn't have to be an amazing spec but must be capable of running Flash, dreamweaver, illustrator, photoshop with not problems. Here are two that I have narrowed it down to, and as a mac person, could do with some advise on which would be more suitable, specs as follows:
1. E 6420 INTEL CORE 2 DUO. Processor Speed:
6,420 MHz. 2gb ddr2 ram. Motherboard - SKT-775 CONROE1333-DVI S/V/L M-ATX. 256BIT Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 graphics card. 250gb hard drive
2. 4800+ DUAL CORE AM2 64 bit, Processor Speed:
4,800 MHz. 2gb ddr2 ram, 320bg hard drive. 256MB nvidia nforce 6100 IGP graphics card.
Thanks in advance
Whats the budget ?
We can then see whats out there if you would like further advice.
Firstly i would look for a better graphics card than in your 2 options.
Secondly do you have an external harddrive ? as you know,you need a big drive if you plan on saving your work.
Also what OS,XP or Vista ?
Without researching your programs,im unsure if they all will run on Vista at the moment.
Hi there, thanks for the replies. I don't have a budget as such, but as the PC will only be used occasionally I don't want to spend a fortune. Like I said, my work is all done on an apple mac, the PC will be there to test my web development and to carry out any necessary changes. It will also run some search engine optimization software that won't run on my Mac.
Regarding operating systems, I'm not too fussed either, although from what I've seen of Vista it does look a little closer to the Mac's OS which is good for me. Here are the 2 links to the PC's in question click here
oops, I should have also mentioned, I won't need the PC for playing any games or running any 3d rendering software.
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