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  • Re: larger ssd

    Thank you both again! I will check on a different video card and SSD.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Darren Loechel on Mon, Jun 25 2012
  • Re: larger ssd

    Thanks Bill and Dave, It sounds like it's worth spending more now on the hardware, so the spec's for the machine so far are: CPU Intel i7-3770 Core i7 Processor, 3.4GHz MB H77-D3H MVP Gigabyte USB3.0 RAM Kingston 8GB 4x2 DDR3 HDD Seagate 3.5" 1TB 7200rpm HDD DVD LG DVD Burner 24x GC Gainward GTX560Ti OC Phantom CASE Casecom JL68R PSU Huntkey HKT 750w
    Posted to Logos 4 by Darren Loechel on Mon, Jun 25 2012
  • Re: larger ssd

    Thanks Dave, The board has a USB 3 port. The video card quoted is a Gainward GTX560Ti OC Phantom. Do you know if this is overkill for L4? There are other reputable cards (still 1GB) for nearly AU$100 cheaper. Also, I see that you have Win7 Home on your laptop and Win7 Pro on your desktop Dave. Is it worth getting Pro? Darren
    Posted to Logos 4 by Darren Loechel on Mon, Jun 25 2012
  • Re: larger ssd

    thanks Bill and Dave, It is a PC I want to get, so I will check on the price saving of i5 c.f. i7, and try to get the 240 Gb SSD Darren
    Posted to Logos 4 by Darren Loechel on Sun, Jun 24 2012
  • Re: larger ssd

    G'day Bill, I am studying at Bible College and am about to purchase the Logos original languages software. I am also about to get a new PC and am seriously considering following in your footsteps with an SSD. Would you anticipate a big improvement with a 120 Gb SATA 3 SSD when I am getting an i7-3770 with 8 Gb RAM? I also have 4 teenage children so
    Posted to Logos 4 by Darren Loechel on Sun, Jun 24 2012
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