If you were about to buy a new computer, mainly to be used for my internet business which 3 "must haves" would it need to have.
At least a dual core processor, preferably quad core.
Double or treble RAM (DDR2 or DDR3).
A good fan.
The first two so that I can easily multi task using different programs at the same time; the third so that it stays cool and doesn't overheat when I'm working all day.
The faster the CPU speed (that you can afford) the better. At least 2GB of RAM..more's better. Of course..high-speed (fast as you can get it) internet connection. A good video card helps graphics draw quickly and text is rendered a bit better than on-board video.
4GB RAM, Quad Core (AMD or Intel), 1GB Nvidia Graphics, 500GB Disk. That's enough for me.
It's a good idea to get a motherboard that can support Sata at 6 Gb/s. As Seagate has mentioned, solid state drives aren't going to be a permanent solution for many years to come as there isn't enough NAND flash memory on the market for all the devices that aren't coming out.
A computer to browse the internet shouldn't need a dedicated graphics card and could use limited ram. I'd get a good CPU for multiple app use first, and then a solid motherboard and a hefty hard drive and maybe a smaller SSD for booting .
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