When at SYSCO in Houston there was this one guy "tech support" that had
three monitors off of one PC. Then five other monitors hooked to various
PC's. And he was using them all.

Old dude who wore a fishing hat like the commander "McClain Stevenson" off
of MASH before Colonel Potter came on the show. Phone with like five lines
coming into his work area. Not cube, but work area. He had been at SYSCO
for over thirty years. Knew every system. EVERY single one.

On Wed, Jun 19, 2019 at 12:42 PM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

my limited experience is that today 8Gb is borderline. Also...
dual-monitor? 32"?


On 6/19/2019 8:46 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
My current desktop is Windows 7 and cannot be upgraded to Windows 10. I
tried several times a year or 2 ago. With the age of my hardware it's
probably just as well. For the first time that I can remember, I will
get
a clean install.

I will get 2 drives, either SSD/HDD or 2 HDD. Obviously, SSD costs more.
Will I be happier with SSD/HDD and 8gb memory? Or 2 HDD and 16gb memory?
Recommendation?

What's the current "sweet spot" price-wise, for CPU?

Thanks.

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