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Power desktop is your friend for resource intensive use. These power desktops should have fast CPU, a lot of RAM and plenty of hard disk space. They also cost bit more than casual desktops.

The pace Nvidia set with the release of its Pascal graphics architecture last fall Intel continued it with its new seventh-generation ‘Kaby Lake’ CPUs: Both are completely redefining the level of performance we can expect for ever-decreasing amounts of money. Among the first computers we’ve…
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The pace Nvidia set with the release of its Pascal graphics architecture last fall Intel continued it with its new seventh-generation ‘Kaby Lake’ CPUs: Both are completely redefining the level of performance we can expect for ever-decreasing amounts of money. Among the first computers we’ve…
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The release of Nvidia's Pascal GPUs last fall almost coincided with Intel's Kaby Lake processors. We are now seeing them packed into gaming desktops, and the result is a redefined gaming experience for ever-decreasing amounts of money. Among the first computers we’ve seen that fuses…
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Since last fall, manufacturers have been attempting to woo consumers with newer, powerful gaming PCs. Around that time, Nvidia released its Pascal GPUS and Intel chipped in with the Kaby lake CPUs, culminating in muscular rigs that cost nearly half as much as similarly configured…
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The ASUS G11CD-DB73-GTX1080   combines a powerful aesthetic with equally decent internal components, resulting in a bold-looking and high performing gaming desktop. Design-wise, it has the compelling motif of a gaming rig with the much-hyped Mayan-inspired detailing. With a Skylake Intel Core i7-6700 processor, an SSD,…
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The HP ENVY 750-420 is one of those midrange desktop PCs that works very well now, and have potential to grow through upgrades into a great system later. It is already equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB memory, AMD Radeon HD R7…
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