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Poll: Are you happy with the speed of your PC/Laptop?


PC Advisor

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We want to know if you are you happy with the speed of your PC/Laptop?.

Let us know in our poll.

Poll: Are you happy with the speed of your PC/Laptop?

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Aitchbee

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...more often than not, I get a little 'nag' slider appearing at the bottom right hand corner of my screen saying 'Norton advises you that a certain program is a CPU 'big spender'. That's Ok by me.

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Posted by carver

It should be fast as I built it myself only 6 months ago with some of the best components I could afford at that time, I know it doesn't mean a lot but on windows 7 experience it scores a respectable 7.5.

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finerty

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is there a laptop with an amd 6 core, if so where can i purchase one

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finerty

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my computers are slow on your website due to outbaains.com and waiting for widgets etc

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Phil Ocifer

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No - I'm not happy with the speed of my laptop. It's about 4 years old, overloaded disk space and could do with more RAM and a better processor.

Would you like me to test one of the new models for the next few years? No problem. Cheers, Phil

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kad60

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It seems,i read somewhere, that Intel may be producing a faster processor geared towards laptops next year,3.2ghz has been muted,viable or not it would be amazing to configure a machine with that basis in mind.

The laptop i presently use is 2,8ghz would the difference make any difference.?

I am happy with the HP laptop i have but i would like to build my own system which would be faster with an i7 or i5 ,then again is speed an imperative.??

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Chegs ®™

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Yes,my desktops are fast enough for my needs(both of them)No,my laptop is no longer fast enough(as it had a design flaw that destroyed it)I'm hoping to replace the dead laptop with i3/i5/i7 machine,which will certainly be fast enough for my needs.

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