Question by C.R.: Computer processor and Graphics card question?
I want to buy a new computer. There are a lot of
affordable choices to choose from, but once i add
the customizations i need, like a 2.4 + processor
and an ATI RADEON or NVIDIA Geforce graphics
card, it get’s really expensive.

It it possible that i can just buy a pc as is and then
add those components later, somewhere local for less?

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Answer by Ngo Cong Huan
You should chose Intel Chipset Based mainboard to fully support with your Intel CPU P35. Intel core 2 duo E7200 2.53 Ghz (3MB cache), and then you can Add NVIAD Gefore GT 9X family Graphics card.It’s not expensive cause E7200 is downing price.
You should have at least 2GB to appropriate with your PC configuration (lesser still run,but can’t reach to the best performance)

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Question by : How do I convert a dual processor computer into a single processor computer with an awesome graphics card?
I am a Mac fan and a few of the old Mac Pros came with dual processors, I was wondering if I could tell the Mac to use one processor for graphics and one as a normal processor. I am interested if I could do this from a PC too.
Thanks.
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Answer by Joe Lanzendorfer
No, there is no way to turn a dual-core computer into a single-core computer. It physically has 2 cores. There is also no way to use one core for graphics, and the other for computing, because the architecture in GPUs is different from the architecture in CPUs.

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Question by sjsimpson2000: How do I setup a wireless router on my desktop computer when I’m using a PCMCIA Card to access the internet?
I have a desktop computer (Windows XP), using a PCMCIA card (Sierra AirCard 875) to connect to the internet through Cingular. I want to connect a Linksys wireless router (Wireless-G 2.4 GHz) to the desktop, so I can also access the internet from my other computer (which will have a LInksys wireless adapter). How do I configure the desktop and router so I can have wireless on my laptop?
I have a desktop computer (Windows XP), using a PCMCIA card (Sierra AirCard 875) to connect to th internet through Cingular. I have a PCMCIA Adapter card in a PCI slot to accomodate the PCMICA card in my desktop. I want to connect a Linksys wireless router (Wireless-G 2.4 GHz) to the desktop, so I can also access the internet from my other computer (which will have a LInksys wireless adapter). How do I configure the desktop and router so I can have wireless on my laptop?

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Answer by lv_consultant
you need a mobile broadband router that supports 3G/UMTS/HSDPA. see link below:

http://www.topex.ro/en/products/topex_bytton_family

using the desktop as a bridge to share the Internet connection will be dreadfull.

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