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woa twelve gigs of ram and no graphics card? geeez. if its an intel chipset, I'd really recommend an nvidia card, I got the 460gtx and I love it. You can probably get them for less than $120 these days.currently running an asus board and a amd phenom quad overclocked to around 3.1 ghz and has about 12 gigs of ram but still running onboard grafixs havent found a vid card i really like for it yet
yeah, and they own. if you've got a fast processor and plenty of ram, the boot time is as fast as restoring a normal computer from sleep mode. I highly recommend the crucial RealSSD series of ssds. The intel ones are the worst, they are expensive and their response times are higher. The corsair ones are better, but the crucial ones have the best response time for the money.Anyone here running on an SSD?
I'm not sure what distro you are using, but here is a good write up on setting up a PPTP VPN. Not the most secure thing, but good enough, IMO for what we do at home. Also your iPhone has a built in client for it.Yeah, the next thing I need to do is setup VPN so I can access my network remotely. Just have to figure out how to do it.
I like not getting viruses, thanks. Mine seems to be working just fine. The power surged once and fried the hard drive because our surge protector was bad, but that's no fault of theirs. We got it replaced and all of our music back with no hassle. I'd like to see a PC company replace $1,000 worth of iTunes music free of charge.yea macs suck