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Computer Upgrade

Computer Upgrade

Computer and Laptop Upgrade

Computer's performance and speed can be improve: Upgrade and/or increase RAM ( random access memory), upgrade to larger or faster hard drive, or add an extra hard drive, upgrade or add a faster video cards, or any other upgrade you need. Say goodbye to tantrums at boot-up time and hissy fits during loading.


RAM Upgrade

Speed computer and performance increasing the amount of RAM, as much as your computer can support. It improves productivity, handling more things at the same time without bogging down. Software upgrades may require a memory boost. If your computer is running slow, adding more RAM can be the least expensive way to get greater speed.

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Hard Drive Upgrade

Upgrade to larger or faster hard drive to increase speed and performance, or add an extra hard drive is your are running  with low free space.

The speed at which the PC boots up and programs load is directly related to hard disk speed. The hard disk's performance is also critical when multitasking is being used or when processing large amounts of data such as graphics work, editing sound and video, or working with database.

Solid State Disk

Solid State Drive Upgrade

You probably already know that solid-state drives are fast. With up to 85,000 IOPS and read speeds of up to 555MB/s. Boot-up times have been cut in half since there is no spinning involved, it's almost as fast as our brains telling our fingers to type or tell our legs to walk. 

Initial performance results of the SSD were very good; however, the write speeds were its downfall, some being as low as 14bs. Another great advantage of the SSD is how silent it runs and lack of heat created through the SSD. From these benefits come additional benefits such as unbelievable lifespan and incredible reliability.

Video Card

Video Card Upgrade

Video card or graphic card will make a tremendous improvement in overall system performance. With a dedicated video card, your CPU will not work as hard, and you will have more RAM available to run programs, which will mean that your hard drive(s) are accessed less. This translates to programs open/close faster, and the display on your monitor gets refreshed faster. That is, after the program opens (or closes, or whatever), you will see the results faster. These improvements make the computer feel like a faster computer, even if it's not significantly faster.

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