hello - i'm looking to get a new computer and a good company gave me the attached quote (translates into $1000)
i need the computer to do regular office work (including access database developing); for use with AVCHD video editing, converting etc. and for gaming (i love my flight simulator! :)
are the specs attached here enough? do I need the i7? should i get the extra ram?
For that kind of use I will definitely go for an i7 and a better video card. To chose which i7 have a look on this list: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processor-comparison/comparison-chart.html
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