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Windows 7: Win7 Install

29 Apr 2010   #1
ichigo1208

Windows XP
 
 
Win7 Install

hi every1!
AMD Sempron 2.7 GHz, video card GeForce G100 with 512mb,250 Gb HDD,2 GB RAM.
i wondered if i can install windows 7 ultimate on this pc and if it's worth buying this pc.
the price is 242 euro.


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29 Apr 2010   #2
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01 May 2010   #3
ichigo1208

Windows XP
 
 

hey dude!
i don't have the pc yet so i can't do what u telled me.
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01 May 2010   #4
si8mon

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ichigo1208 View Post
hi every1!
AMD Sempron 2.7 GHz, video card GeForce G100 with 512mb,250 Gb HDD,2 GB RAM.
i wondered if i can install windows 7 ultimate on this pc and if it's worth buying this pc.
the price is 242 euro.
Your comp would be able to run windows 7 ultimate ok. You have good ram,a big enough hard-drive and your CPU is OK (2.7 GHz is heaps but only got one core). I dunno about your graphics card it should be able to run Aero nicely but you won't be able to use this as a gaming PC (you can only play old games on low settings).

If you have money (or if you can wait and save up a bit more) I would probably consider a getting a better comp. Most comps these days come with 3GB of ram a better CPU (Intel I3 is not that expensive but good) and a better graphics card plus you will have windows 7 preinstalled.

If you don't play games and use applications that are built for high end computers the PC you have mentioned will suite you fine.
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