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Joeicus

$400-800 Botting Computer

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I don't know anything about computers but can someone please help me find a build off of pcpartpicker? I'm looking to run 6-8 clients with Looking Glass and I have a budget of $400-$800.

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buy a junk laptop with an i5 in it.

 

Stop. Laptops are terrible. 

 

Look on your local craigslist and purchase one. I find a ton of them on my craigslist.

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Any computers with a i5 or higher will do the trick.

 

Stop. Laptops are terrible. 

 

Look on your local craigslist and purchase one. I find a ton of them on my craigslist.

 

Yes, laptops can be horrible. As they usually tend to have slower parts than a Desktop PC.

 

But a PC part is a PC part, so if a laptop has an Intel i7 the same part a Desktop would be using, there would literally be no difference.

 

In terms of CPU speed.

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Any computers with a i5 or higher will do the trick.

 

 

Yes, laptops can be horrible. As they usually tend to have slower parts than a Desktop PC.

 

But a PC part is a PC part, so if a laptop has an Intel i7 the same part a Desktop would be using, there would literally be no difference.

 

In terms of CPU speed.

 

No thats not true. Not to mention thermal throttle on EVERY laptop. 

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No thats not true. Not to mention thermal throttle on EVERY laptop. 

 

It is true... And yes, Thermal Throttle would be a carrier issue. As well as how you are handling your laptop, Thermal Throttling if so happen can be easily fixed with a CPU fan connect via USB. Not just that, but Thermal Throlling has nothing to do with my point.

 

A PC part is a PC part.

 

As I have three seperate gaming builds in my house, and one of them happen to be an ASUS ROG G751JT. (gaming laptop)

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So if a Laptop has an Intel Core i7 - 4710hq (example) and so does a Desktop.

They both have the same exact CPU model, so both CPUs are the same speed.

 

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The only thing, that laptops tend to have that are changed and revised than a normal PC part would be a graphics card.

 

Example would be a GTX 970 vs a GTX 970m (mobile)

The original 970, would obviously beat the mobile chip. But even than, that was expected as they two different PC parts.

 

Unlike the point I am trying to bring.

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