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Click on this if you use your computer mainly for medium intensity multimedia entertainment (Netflix/YouTube 4K, casual gaming, Hi−Fi audio playback).

Click on this if you are going to use your PC for very complex and resource demanding tasks.

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Click on this if you are easily annoyed by fan humming.

Click on this if you want a classy and stylish chassis for that extra "wow" factor.

Click on this if you are planning to use your PC for music and/or multimedia playback.

Click on this if you need something more from your computer other than gaming and office, if you are a creative, artist, photographer, film director, CGI expert, programmer etc. you should definitively check this setting.

Click on this if you are looking for certain hardware characteristics: CPU, GPU, RAM, storage, etc.

Click on this if you are going to use picture and/or video editing software like Adobe Photoshop/Premiere, you will need an IPS screen with a good sRGB and AdobeRGB coverage.

Click on this if you want a cpu with two physical cores and two extra logical cores for enhanced mutithreading.

Click on this if you need lots of storage space.

Click on this if you want to use an Intel CPU. (Intel CPUs are more expensive but much faster if compared with AMD Processors).

Click on this if you want a video port to connect an external monitor.

Click on this if you prefer visual quality over performance.

Click on this if you need a fast PCI Express based storage solution (NVMe).

Click on this if you are an heavy multitasker.

Click on this if you are happy to play simple games and/or keeping the details set to "low"

Click on this if you need Ethernet connectivity.

Click on this if you want an IPS Screen. They have a very high contrast and a virtually perfect viewing angle, you can do advanced photo editing on them.

Click on this if you want to improve your PC by installing new components by yourself.

Click on this if you like a PC covered in a matte coating to prevent reflections, you will lose some color reproduction, but you will be able to use your device outdoors.

Click on this if you are employed in most businesses you will probably need this small security module.

Click on this if you want the latest and most versatile peripheral port to date, with this you can connect to your PC everything from docking stations to external graphic cards.

Click on this if you want to login with your fingerprint instead with a password. TouchID is the most secure and easy way to keep your data protected.

Click on this if you want an highly reflective glossy coating on the screen of your device, the colors will be bright and crispy but you will lose the ability to use your device outdoor.

Click on this if you are planning to play indie games and/or games with details set to "medium"

Click on this if you are a heavy multi-tasker and you want a CPU with four physical cores.

Click on this if you want TN panels. They have a very limited viewing angle and the colors tend to wash out if not seen directly in front of you.

Click on this if you plan to do just very limited multitasking.

Click on this if you prefer the best 3D performance by sacrificing a little bit of visual quality if compared with AMD Radeon graphics.

Click on this if you need Serial or VGA.

Click on this if you are planning to play AAA games and/or with settings set to "high"

Click on this if a CPU with four physical cores and four extra logical cores for enhanced multi-threading.

Click on this if you need just the bare minimum to run Windows 10

Click on this if you are looking for a computer featuring two or more graphics cards.

Click on this if you want a switchable graphics solution based on Nvidia.

Click on this if you work in a big enterprise and they require the use of smart cards.

Click on this if you are a professional gamer and/or you play games with details set to "ultra"

Click on this if you like a perfect balance between visual quality and 3D performance by using the famous AMD Radeon family of graphic cards.

Click on this if you want to use an AMD CPU (AMD CPUs are much cheaper than their Intel counterparts, they are not as powerful but they offer better integrated graphics and the latest models tend to be less prone to overheat.)

Click on this if you like two or more AMD GPUs working in parallel.

Click on this if you like a switchable graphics solution based on AMD.

Click on this if you need to work on mostly OpenGL workloads, like CG Animation or CAD and need a powerful workstation with Nvidia Quadro or AMD FirePro certified Graphic Cards.

Click on this if you want to spend a few more money for a OLED based display. OLED are fast and have a perfect color reproduction! The only drawback is that, like old CRT panels, they flicker as hell! if you have sensitive eyes better for you to save and get yourself an IPS panel

Click on this if you need different type of panels (the technology behind the screen) there are some that have a fast response but lack color reproduction (TN), some with slow response but good color reproduction (IPS) and some more panels both fast and with excellent color reproduction but they are also extremely expensive (OLED).

Click on this if you want a desktop PC integrated inside a monitor, this type of configurations save a lot of desk space, but they can't reach the level of performance of a traditional desktop PC.

Click on this if you want to select the speed of your computer's CPU and is computed in GHz (Gigahertz). Higher clock speed doesn't always mean higher performance - there are also other factors, like cache and ipc Instructions-per-cycle.

Click on this if you want a combination of GPUs from any brand working in parallel.

Click on this if you like two or more Nvidia GPUs working in parallel.

Click on this if you are looking for a device with a certain screen size.

Click on this if you need a certain amount of system memory. More RAM = More Windows and Apps open at the same time.

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