new comp need help

Hewlett-packard / Hp pavilion dv5000 (ex103...
May 23, 2009 at 23:19:53
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, 1.729 GHz / 1022 MB
i am buying a new computer of decent gaming and offoradable comp nearly Rs 60,000(1200$) not including lcd.
Core i7 - Rs 14600
motherboard X58 - Rs 15200
Memory DDR3 ?? mhz Rs 1850 X 2(4 Gb)
Cooler master cabinet Rs 3500
Hard disk 1 Tb Rs 5200

I want to ask will the computer speed be too slow beacuse of 1tb space and less speed whats the solution for it. plus do i really need a blu ray drive.if yes whats the best price for blue ray.

saurabhthelord


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#1
May 23, 2009 at 23:52:08
If you are asking "will having a 1TB hard drive make my computer slower than a smaller hard drive?" the answer is probably not. If you find that you are doing a lot of hard drive intensive work, and that is bottle-necking your system, you can look into setting up a RAID array with multiple 1TB disks to increase speed.

Whether or not you need a BLuRay drive is completely up to you. At this point, the only major use for a BluRay reader is to be able to play BluRay movies on your computer. A BluRay burner is only needed if oyu want to make BluRay disks. I recently got a BluRay reader for ~$100. Burners will be several hundred dollars.

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May 24, 2009 at 02:18:27
i can't understand u said that it doesn't affect whatever is the space of the disk i am using.
well i am planning it for gamming tooo so it won't effect my gaming at all.

saurabhthelord


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#3
May 24, 2009 at 06:12:10
Hard drive size has nothing to do with gaming. It's for storage. The ram / cpu / and video card are what's important. If you're buying a gaming computer, it's built for Gaming.

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