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    Member twitch's Avatar
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    Looks like my computer is gone ?

    What is a reasonable tower to buy not looking to spend a fortune but want something decent
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    We have a Lenovo that works really well

  4. Dam Fool rangerbobber's Avatar
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    Any Lenovo is pretty rock solid....

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    My question is what is your budget?
    Next question what do you want to be able to do with your computer?
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    #5
    Quote Originally Posted by rangerbobber View Post
    Any Lenovo is pretty rock solid....
    My CAD/CAM workstation is one of those gems, I wouldn't GIVE one to a foe!

    My home desktop or laptop (loaded with CAD/CAM software) isn't near as glitchy.

    Tee Lappy is a Samsung and the desktop I built on an ASRock mobo & AMD AM3 platform.

    I usually re-purpose components when I can, and I still have new OEM Win7x64 Pro DVDs ~ no Win 10 in this household; E V E R .

    Home brew is best for me.........
    Robert
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