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  1. I understand, I will try to simplify: I am interested in a combination of a 5-core i6 processor that has a built-in graphics card, without a separate graphics / graphics card, and a motherboard that has HDMI and DVI, so I can work simultaneously on two monitors, and that it will work. ? I thought it was trivial, maybe I was wrong
  2. Okay, so generation 11 sure we will not take. If you take an i5 processor with 6 cores that has a graphics core, total need a motherboard that has both HDMI and DVI port, right? Sounds trivial to me, no? What am I missing?
  3. Got it, you made a separation whether the graphics card is on the board or the processor, I made a separation whether there is a standalone graphics card or not. So bottom line, if I want an i5 processor with 6 cores, why not take one that already has a graphics processor, instead of a separate card? Not in terms of cost, just more convenient in my opinion, less another part that you do not have to.
  4. I know, this is what I say that always, in all the computers I had, the card was built-in, including the computer in the screenshot, which I purchased about four years ago. So I actually asked if 4 years ago it was still acceptable, because you wrote: "" video cards ", or rather display adapters were on the motherboards somewhere between Antiochus and Napoleon." Or did I misunderstand you?
  5. Thanks so much for the review, interesting, thanks! I always thought a video card was built in, meaning its core is in the motherboard, now I understand it's in the processor, I did not know, thanks. Below is a computer I purchased 4 years ago, it does not have a built-in video card, in fact, never, in all the computers I purchased, there was no graphics card separately. 4 years ago it was still acceptable?
  6. Okay, so i5 with 6 cores, 10th generation, that's enough in my opinion. What does it mean that the built-in video card comes with the processor? A built-in video card comes with a motherboard, no? Since when does a processor arrive (physically) with a video card? Something is not so clear to me. I thought VGA was out of the world and DVI is always the second option after HDMI. It has HDMI and DVI input, because I understand (correct me if I am wrong), it should work with 2 monitors. Definitely appreciate it and not obvious. ?
  7. What does it mean that not every combination works? What do I need to know or check, to make sure I can work with two screens? Yes, in my opinion an i5 with six cores is even more than I have today and it should definitely suffice. If anyone thinks otherwise, I would love to read. Thanks, but we saw that this time between the processors is 490 NIS, so how did this specification come out much cheaper? And why does it have a standalone video card? I always had a built-in card, I prefer a motherboard with a built-in card if possible. Thank you very much.
  8. What is the difference between i5 and i7? It's about the same speed, the difference is between 6 and 8 cores? that's it? What does it mean that it does not support 11th generation processors? What are these processors? You're right about the ports, I do not really need 2 HDMI ports, these are just the most convenient ports, but also one HDMI and one DVI, will provide me with the same result and the ability to work with two monitors, right?
  9. I've been working with i5 for a number of years and there's no problem, although among the development environments, Microsoft's Visual Studio requires more resources than the rest. If anyone thinks i7 is needed then I would love to understand why and maybe I will be convinced, but I need to first understand by the way, what is the difference between i7 and i5? _Maybe the specific subtype is also important) and in general, is Intel better than Raison or not necessarily?
  10. As for the CPU, even if it's on a budget, it's still money that if it's not really needed, then it's a shame to throw in the trash. For me, the cheaper the better, as long as it meets the requirements. Today I am developing on an i1 with 5 cores and 4GB of memory, no SSD and I have no complaints about the speed. If I buy a new computer, then of course it is possible to move forward, the question is what is the difference in the price of the processor, can you say? Regarding TPM, if you replace a processor, then you need to make sure that it has or in the motherboard TPM, to work with Win 16. If there is no motherboard that supports 2 HDMI connections for two monitors, do not think there is an advantage to replace it with an expensive board just to lower the The cost of the adapter, no? Thank you.
  11. Thanks so much for the specs! 1. Why i7 processor? In view of the needs presented, is i7 needed? By how much is micro compared to i5 relevant? 2. Does it matter if Intel or Ryzen? And in general, how many cores are recommended? Is that enough or at least 4? Is there a motherboard that supports built-in connection of two monitors in HDMI, or always needs an adapter? 6. In the board is there a TPM in favor of Win 3? 4. 11W power supply is not too power unnecessarily? 5. Allow the direct link to the specification (this or updated), instead of just a screenshot? 550. Do not know if it is allowed to ask here (if not, then delete / ignore), the startpc site is reliable and recommended for purchase from it? Thanks again!
  12. Just do not tell me that it is because of the joke about laptops, because I ended the saga with a joke, which in retrospect seems to have been taken seriously
  13. I would love to recommend a desktop computer (not including a screen, printer, etc.) that will be used for software development, will run mainly Visual Studio 2019, today I am working on an Intel i5 based computer with 4 cores and 16 GB of memory, it works fast enough, but I need Surrender your computer and purchase a new one. I assume the new computer will be Intel based, probably i5, possibly i7 if not significantly micro (but from what I see, it is significantly micro). In terms of Ram, enough 16GB in my opinion, fast DDR4 I guess. In terms of hard disks: a main hard disk SSD with a capacity of 256 GB (or 512 if not significantly micro) and also a standard secondary hard disk, 7200rpm with a capacity of 2TB. In terms of chassis, today I have a Thermaltake H22 Versa, but it really does not matter to me the shape or visibility, I guess any Mid Tower ATX will fit. Power supply - what do you think is enough (500W?) - The computer will also have a 27 "screen, maybe two of these, simple speakers and an integrated printer. The computer will probably be connected to a UPS. Separate, but motherboard with GPU / built-in graphics card. Should the motherboard / case support a parallel connection of 2 monitors in HDMI. Optical drive / DVD, not really useful or important but there will be. Fans / cooling - something standard, I do not plan OC There is no need to include an operating system (but that the computer will support Win 11, so it will have a TPM), there is no need for Office, antivirus or any other software. Thank you very much! 1. What is the maximum budget? Is it possible to deviate if necessary? If the computer costs 2K NIS then excellent and if you have to invest 5K NIS then also fine, of course it is better as little as possible. 2. What use is the computer (games, graphic editing, office work, HD content for example), there is a specific example of a game or software Software Development in Visual Studio 2019. 3. Is there a need for peripherals in addition to the computer (for example: keyboard, mouse, speakers and screen)? No. 4. Is there a basic component that does not need to be included in the specification? (Eg an existing SSD drive that can be attached For assembly) no. 5. How important is the quiet operation of the computer? Not important. 6. Is there a limit or preference for the physical size of the computer and its weight, lights, etc.? No. 7. Is it necessary to include an operating system / office (if so, it is advisable to specify a preferred version) and / or a computer train in the store? No operating system required, no software required. Assembly is required, if you do not order a ready-made computer but assembly, I need to get it assembled. 8. Is there a preference to purchase the computer from a specific store? If not it is also possible to specify a residential area. No. 9. When is the purchase of the computer planned (it is highly recommended to request a short specification from the time of purchase)? in the upcoming weeks. 10. Are there any special requests regarding ports and connections (e.g. USB Type-C or FireWire) or overclocking? No, except for the need to work with two 27 "screens in an HDMI connection. 11. Is there any peripherals that will be connected? If so, which one? (Docking station if laptops / screen one way or another) No. 12. Additional notes, extended details and miscellaneous: See my comments at the top of the post.Thank you very much!
  14. Not necessarily, I just realized that this is a good company, I would be happy for recommendations, it is possible another company.
  15. I would love a recommendation for a mini PC (running Windows 10) to connect to a large TV in the living room (for direct viewing, etc.), no specific budget, I see it ranges from $ 200-350 $, but if there is a recommendation for a really good product that costs more, you can consider. 1. Should I choose a Minix model, or are there preferred companies? 2. If Minix, below has the current models, which model is recommended? 3. I would love to get a recommendation for a compact wireless keyboard with a built-in mouse that will be placed in the living room for operation. 4. Is there an advantage to purchasing in the US (without shipping cost to Israel), or are the prices similar in Israel? J50C-4 Max https://www.amazon.com/MINIX-Pentium-Windows-Dual-Band-Ethernet/dp/B082WBN2RF J50C-4 Plus https://www.amazon.com/MINIX-Pentium-Windows-Dual-Band-Ethernet/dp/B082DYH9CR G41V-4 https://www.amazon.com/MINIX-Triple-Display-Displayport- Expandable-Commercial / dp / B07Z4RNKWS Z83-4 Plus https://www.amazon.com/MINIX-Z83-4-MAX-Dual-Band-Ethernet/dp/B07MNLRJK9 Z83-4 Home https: //shop.minix. us / z83-4-home
  16. I understand, the One Plus Nord N10 5G is less recommended because its screen is not something, the ultra wide camera is not good, its fingerprint reader is slow and it will not get updates after Android 11. In addition, I realized that Realme is priced too high with its mid-processor. I also realized that the foucault is less suitable for children's hands. It seems that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 is the most suitable, there is no need for a Pro (mostly improvement in the camera), or to pay a little more for the Samsung Galaxy A52.
  17. I understand, the One Plus Nord N10 5G is less recommended because its screen is not something, the ultra wide camera is not good, its fingerprint reader is slow and it will not get updates after Android 11. In addition, I realized that Realme is priced too high with its mid-processor. I also realized that the foucault is less suitable for children's hands. It seems that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 is the most suitable, there is no need for a Pro (mostly improvement in the camera), or to pay a little more for the Samsung Galaxy A52.
  18. 😂😂😂 So which cellphone is recommended in the bottom line? Redmi Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy A52? And just out of curiosity, how do you make sure the device is suitable for Israel? I know how to test this with iPhone, but what about Android?
  19. Thank you very much, so which cellphone is recommended in the bottom line? Redmi Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy A52? And just in general, if you buy in the US, how do you check compatibility with Israel? I know how to do it with iPhone, albe how with Android?
  20. I would love to get a recommendation for an inexpensive smartphone for a 12-year-old who needs communication with her parents and the Internet while she goes to school / classes independently, etc. A year ago after reading testimonials we purchased Nokia 2.3 which runs Android One at a cost of $ 130 but is very slow and inconvenient to continue using. We do not have a specific budget, but we see that at a cost of about 500 NIS / $ 130, we received a bad product, despite the recommendations, so I guess we need to invest more, about 1,000 NIS and up. I would love to get a recommendation for a suitable cellphone, it is of course better as cheap as possible, but not as slow as the previous device. 1. We have the option to purchase in the US but according to the prices I saw and appear below, the differences are usually very small, and it seems that there is really no justification to purchase in the US instead of in Israel, am I wrong? 2. If purchasing in the US, make sure the device is Unlocked SIM Free, in addition, on the iPhone we know how to make sure that the model matches the frequencies of the cellular operators in Israel, but how do we make sure of this in Android devices? 3. Here are the models I found that are recommended and also the prices, I would love to know what your recommendation is: Android Samsung Galaxy A52 costs NIS 1,349 (US $ 400, about NIS 1,320) Shiomi Poco X3 Pro costs NIS 1,249 (US $ 250, Realme 830 costs NIS 7 (in the US $ 1,299, about NIS 240) One Plus Nord N800 10G costs NIS 5 (in the US $ 1,100, about NIS 290) in terms of iPhone, I see Ask the costs: iPhone 960 (renewed, almost no new) Volume 8 GB SIM Free Unlocked costs $ 64 (about 210 NIS) including local tax in the US, in Israel about 700 NIS (new, Japanese model) iPhone X (renewed, almost no new) Volume 1,000 GB SIM Free Unlocked costs $ 64 (about 350 NIS) including local tax in the US, in Israel about 1,150 NIS (new, Japanese emphasis). IPhone XR 1,800 GB SIM Free Unlocked costs $ 64 (about 530 NIS) including local tax in the US, in Israel about 1,750 NIS (usually from October) Thank you.
  21. I would be happy for a recommendation for an inexpensive smartphone for a 12-year-old who needs communication with her parents and with the Internet while she goes to school / classes independently, etc. A year ago after reading testimonials we purchased Nokia 2.3 which runs Android One at a cost of $ 130 but is very slow and inconvenient to continue using. We do not have a specific budget, but we see that at a cost of about 500 NIS / $ 130, we received a bad product, despite the recommendations, so I guess we need to invest more, about 1,000 NIS and up. I would love to get a recommendation for a suitable cellphone, it is of course better as cheap as possible, but not as slow as the previous device. 1. We have the option to purchase in the US but according to the prices I saw and appear below, the differences are usually very small, and it seems that there is really no justification to purchase in the US instead of in Israel, am I wrong? 2. If purchasing in the US, make sure the device is Unlocked SIM Free, in addition, on the iPhone we know how to make sure that the model matches the frequencies of the cellular operators in Israel, but how do we make sure of this in Android devices? 3. Here are the models I found that are recommended and also the prices, I would love to know what your recommendation is: Android Samsung Galaxy A52 costs NIS 1,349 (US $ 400, about NIS 1,320) Shiomi Poco X3 Pro costs NIS 1,249 (US $ 250, Realme 830 costs NIS 7 (in the US $ 1,299, about NIS 240) One Plus Nord N800 10G costs NIS 5 (in the US $ 1,100, about NIS 290) in terms of iPhone, I see Ask the costs: iPhone 960 (renewed, almost no new) Volume 8 GB SIM Free Unlocked costs $ 64 (about 210 NIS) including local tax in the US, in Israel about 700 NIS (new, Japanese model) iPhone X (renewed, almost no new) Volume 1,000 GB SIM Free Unlocked costs $ 64 (about 350 NIS) including local tax in the US, in Israel about 1,150 NIS (new, Japanese emphasis). IPhone XR 1,800 GB SIM Free Unlocked costs $ 64 (about 530 NIS) including local tax in the US, in Israel about 1,750 NIS (usually from October) Thank you.
  22. I live in the US and ship a container with equipment to Israel, I have a stationary computer (based on i5 and 16 GB of memory) that I wonder if there is a reason why not send it in a container to Israel (and avoid buying a new computer in Israel). The cost of shipping to Israel is negligible, because That the volume is void at sixty compared to the volume shipped anyway 1. The power supply of the computer is 100v-240v, should I check something else in order to fit Israel? 2. Should I disassemble the hard disk (2TB, not SSD) and wrap it separately, or is it actually Is it more protected that it is inside the wrapped computer? 3. Should the memory sticks be disassembled or sent when they are inside the computer? 4. I also have an AOC E2770S screen that costs around $ 300 which is suitable for 100v-240v - is there a reason not to wrap well and send? The question regarding the EPSON WF-5 printer. As mentioned, the shipping cost is not a parameter, all the products are suitable for the electricity network in Israel, etc., is there a reason I did not think about why there is no point in sending?
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