Question by VGirl: What is the best computer processor?
I want to buy a desktop computer that I can use for heavy video usage, such as watch HULU, Youtube for the use of watching shows and movies plus gaming like world of warcraft. What kind of computer or processor should I look for and keep the price under $ 800?

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Answer by Bob
You should focus on the graphics card (GPU) instead of the CPU if you plan on gaming.

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Question by 98Mustang: Computer Setup Pop-Up Help?
Ok, Everytime I log onto my computer a setup popup comes up that says “hpzsetup.exe is required” I hit ok and it always fails so I just cancel it because I dont need it. But it wont go away, if I cancel it, it will pop up 5 min later. How do I get this away for good?

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Answer by Pepper H
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Question by Daniel F: How important is a computer processor to a casual user?
I am looking into purchasing a laptop and I found a great deal on an HP dv6, which features an AMD A8-3520M Quad-Core 1.6GHz, 6GB DDR3 Memory, and a 500 GB hard drive. I generally use the laptop for the internet, microsoft office, and watching movies. I may do a LITTLE bit of video editing but it is not significant. How important is that the processor is not an Intel i3, which is more expensive?

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Answer by Art thou mankind┬┐
Casual as in typing documents, browsing Facebook, and using YouTube? Not very important– the laptop you have in mind would be more than sufficient.

If you plan on rendering lots of videos and graphics, playing intensive games and intensive mufti-tasking (where each program is *actively* doing something) however… CPU power would be very important, and that CPU wouldn’t be the best for the job.

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Well my birthday is coming up and looking at buying a new gaming setup, since mines outdated and not doing so good and not worth just to upgrade parts. I don’t want to build one from scratch since i’m not good with that sort of stuff but i’m looking at cyberpower.com and really like a computer there. Can I get some feedback on this setup i’m building-http://pastebin.com/yxF0qLzU

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Answer by mickeysinonehand
The processor isn’t the best for gaming, kind of slow. The hard drive is fast enough but a raptor or one with at least 10,000 rpm is best. Ram is good, but could be a little faster. It comes with 2 of the slowest video cards on the “newer” market, but since it will be ran in sli it will be “ok”, just won’t play most games with extreme settings. power supply is good, shouldn’t have a power problem. The motherboard will support your upgrades for a while.The case is good, allot of room. Overall, the computer is an alright build for gaming, however for direct x 11 and great graphics you will need many upgrades, basically a different computer.

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Question by jewles_lynn: how does computer processors’ speed calculated? what is a good speed? thanks!?
help!

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Answer by calvin
your processor speed iis measured in megahertz and gigahertz (a gigahert being 1000 megahertz). A decent speed for gaming is 2.5ghz (gigahertz) but most games now days require a processor speed of about 3gigahertz. If you do not plan to game you do not require a big processor speed at all (2ghz is ample)
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