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Marcpc

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  1. Hi. I recently got a new, but used, 2-in-1 computer that does not include wifi. Additionally, my computer is too far away from my router in order to connect it directly to the router. So at first I got a wifi adapter to fix the problem, but realized it was too slow for my zoom meetings. So, I got a wifi extender and connected to the computer via Ethernet. I was wondering if I made a good decision to use the wifi extender or if I should have bought something else and if so, what are the cons to the wifi extender
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    Unfortunately, I just tried these and they did not work
  3. good or bad as in it is a good bang for the buck and is new
  4. Ya, like a graphics card in general. One that is good for gaming and also has a good price to performance ratio. So something that is not too expensive but delivers great performance
  5. I was just wondering how to tell the difference between a good graphics card and a bad one.
  6. wow! these look a lot better than what I put together.
  7. Thanks. And I was just picking out parts, but wasn’t really buying anything
  8. Budget (including currency):$2000 can Country: Canada Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: media consumption, document writing for school, and games, such as minecraft and other games Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): HI, I am a first time pc builder, and i was wondering if the setup that I have selected would be good for the tasks that I plan on doing with it, such as watching youtube, research, web b
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