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I have a lenovo g400 laptop and i want some upgrades. I have intel i3 processor .my question is, can i update this to intel i5 or i7 ? .i have 2gb ram and i want to upgrade to 4gb+2gb? .is this okay ? :)

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I planning to buy an Android phone of medium budget so I need your help to find out the best so it does not hangs and works smoothly, it should support most apps in the play store?

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i have a problem with the specs of my motherboard. it says that is supports ddr3 memory and a maximum of 4GB but there's a reminder in the setup that per DIMM slot supports up to 1GB but it also says that with the reminders: "Do not support three memory modules". Does it mean that I cannot install up to 3 or 4 GB on my motherboard? I need help .Please (",)

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I need to know what the specs would be for a server for a website of some auction type thing. Possibly something like beezid.com; it is not exact, but close to everything is the same principle. Then who should I go through to design this; I found some designers like [url]http://www.centiplex.com/[/url] and to me this seemed pretty nice and decently affordable. I do not have a ton of money to get this designed but I need a good website built that meets all of my needs (such as one like beezid). Then where is the ideal company to host the …

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My specs are as follows: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+ 2.20 GHz Performance Rated at: 4.4 GHz 2GB's Ram Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (build 7600), 32-bit HD 225 GB's My current Graphic Card is ATI Radeon X1550 Series and apparently it sucks, can someone please tell me what is the best graphic Card my Computer can take? and Im under a budget so please, inexpensive and If more ram is needed to improve game performance such as the Sims 3? etc. Thank You :]

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OK, so it might not be quite as talked about as the mythical [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story245295.html"]Apple iTablet[/URL], but the [URL="http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2009/11/23/239414/Google-Chrome-OS-A-threat-to-Windows-7.htm"]Google Chrome[/URL] OS-based netbook is also creating quite a stir. According to the [URL="http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/20091227/google-chrome-based-netbook-tech-specs-are-out.htm"]IB Times[/URL] the Chrome OS netbook will have the following tech specs: An Nvidia Tegra chipset (given the late 2010 rumoured release one guesses Tegra 2.0) powered by an ARM CPU and replete with 64GB SSD and 2GB RAM will drive a 10.1 inch HD-ready, 1,280 x 720 resolution touchscreen screened device. The usual array of extras such as WiFi and 3G, Bluetooth and Ethernet are also on the reported …

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