for all the time of my life I succeededTWO
system blocks: 1. Intel Pentium 4 2,6GHz (2004)
Of major upgrades determining system performance - were only the expansion RAM from 512 MB to 2 GB. Yes, I like to open a lot of tabs :-)
Everything else there remained the same, except for the video card, but that has been replaced due to combustion (has ATI Radeon 9600 Pro, put some roughly equivalent from NVIDIA, can not remember).
This system has been written out of the use mainly in connection with the acquisition of the family of the first device (camera) that supports Full-HD-video recordings - these files (MTS format) sanity opened only one player (JetAudio) - the load on the CPU in this case was about 100 %, all the other player plays, at best, with eerie "stuttering". And of some, even simple editing / installation of these files on the system - could forget.
OS: Windows XP. Never (!) By the way, do not reset. Yes, there were viruses, and all were - but every time I get out somehow, improving as they grow older their knowledge in this field ...2. Intel Core i7 2600 3,4GHz (2012)
This system did not change anything major determinant of performance parts. On the keyboard of the system (by the way, Claudia herself is the same from the 2004 "Sven") and written by me this post :-)So what,
here who wants to say that I am a victim of marketing? Where the planned obsolence? Yes, the "iron" out of date, what do you want? The task is complicated, with an objective - not necessarily to look towards the worsening of newer versions of the same Vind - look at the volumes of multimedia files (permissions growth), look at the growth of the Internet connection speed (at the time of purchase of the first system is a standard type of access was the Dial-Up * c * a theoretical maximum speed of 56 kbit / s), etc.
Ryazancev @ 14.02.18, 13:15
Guys, system requirements and Seven Dozens same.
A little different ... ka-8/10-ka, even theoretically, does not get on your computer without the NX-bit processor (as my old Pentium-4) ... and 7-ka - can ...
Ryazancev @ 14.02.18, 13:15
Both work fine on most calculators budget 12 years ago.
Well ... ever all to see - yet there is a difference ... laptop Sony FW11MR (Core 2 Duo P8400) even in the office and work of simple tasks, alas, much slower than the computer on Core i7 (described above) ... and monoblock lenovo C200 (Atom D525 1.8GHz) - is generally a hell of a "calculator" ... (the Windows 7 on them worth it) ...
But - still - if you take my main computer, I bought my new little as 40,000 (the price of the finished assembly, in a luxury housing on the Zalman, with heaped silent cooling) and signs of aging is not so far - the Windows 10 only flies: - )
A demand that the configurations of the ancient era of flying - it would be stupid :-)Post has been editedA.R.S - 14.02.18, 15:15