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Need Advice on Buying a Computer

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#1 NewYear


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Posted 06 April 2013 - 12:28 PM

Thinking about buying a domain name to sell computers from any advice on the type of computers people want to buy now of days?

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#2 XeonPRO


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Posted 12 April 2013 - 04:08 PM

 Pent D, Core2DUO, or Dual Core 2.6Ghz or better 2gb RAM gotta be the Type OF ram required a SOLID video CARD ATI cards are GREAT.....with 512 on it that way your customers can watch movies play games things like that and if you do a singe drive system make a big one and Partition it JUST for the OPP system and leave the other side open for saving.....a dual Drive system always SELLS better set up the RAID and BANG put in there a 500 plus or better make the other drive 120 or so. OH YEAH SMALL FORM FACTOR PCS ARE GREAT TO, small and out of the way I have a couple of these running of my server they are connected to the TV in the Living and in the KIDS rooms.....  People have asked about the SFFs do to the size......


No Monitors No Mic/Keeyboard......you'll have bleep every were......just sell towers.........


A friendly hint.....From a guy who has done this before........NO add on bleep   Opp system, Microsoft Security Essentials for antivirus.....and thats all....let them put on it what they want

#3 johngreen168


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Posted 14 April 2013 - 06:57 AM

Well, I think you have to decide which market you target. if you target a niche market, it is always a good idea to provide excellent service to them, some people are willing to spend more money in exchange for good service. However, it is just purely a suggestion. To be honest, you may treat your online selling website a casual or part time job, it is not easy to earn money there. 


Hope this helps

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