Fujitsu Lifebook P727 laptop review
Looking to get a decent PC that can handle Cad 3D rendering, gaming and graphic packages with ease.
Came up with this from Ginger6.com It comes in at £760.
Are there any components that could do with upgrading or even downgrading to save some money.
Any advice, reviews welcome. Many thanks!!
- 00 - Processor - Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (4x 2.40GHz) 1066, 8mb
- 01 - Case - Cooler Master RC330 Elite Black/Silver
- 01 - Case PSU - 600w Cooler Master Extreme Power Duo
- 01 - Motherboard Asus P5K SE/EPU - P35 Chipset
- 02 - Memory - 4gb Kingston DDR2 800mhz CL6.0
- 03 - Hard Drive 1 - 500gb SATA2 Hard Drive
- 03 - Hard Drive 2 - None
- 03 - Hard Drive 3 - None
- 04 - Optical Drive 1 - 20x Dual Layer DVDRW Drive (Lightscribe)
- 05 - Optical Drive 2 - None
- 06 - Floppy - None
- 07 - Graphics - 512mb Nvidia 9800GT
- 08 - PCI Slot 1 - None
- 08 - PCI Slot 2 - None
- 09 - Keyboard & Mouse - None
- 10 - Speakers - None
- 11 - Operating System - Windows Vista Home Premium (64 bit)
- 12 - Office - None
- 13 - Antivirus - None
- 13 - Other Software - None
- 14 - Monitor - 22" Asus Wide TFT Black 5ms
- 14 - Monitor 2 - None
- 15 - Warranty - 12 Months RTB Warranty
- 17 - External Hard Drive - None
Value-wise, doesn't seem that good - have you considered building one yourself?
Make sure the games & Cad software you'll be using works fine in Vista 64-bit (game/sw manufacturers' websites & related specialist forums should give you a good idea).
PSU only has 2x 6-pin PCI-E connectors, & is not 'SLi/Crossfire certified'. Should be OK if you're not going to add another graphics card, or run one of the newer cards that also require a 8-pin PCI-E connector.
What's the model number of the Asus monitor please?
Make sure to get your 4Gb RAM in 2x 2Gb modules, so there'll be 2x slots remaining to add more if required. G
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