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Is There a Webcam Installed on a Desktop Computer?

hello, if you go onto control panel, find devices installed, and then look on that list then you may be able to find one. also on msn messenger you can have webcam chat, what pc do you have email me i may be able to help more. bye

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1. Which is the best desktop computer?

first one, but all sucks donkey balls xD

2. Best Desktop / PC for server ?

Best in what way? Brand? I am not aware of any server mfgs who produce inferior hardware.Others might. Server hardware is built fairly differently than that of the desktop industry. It is also dramatically more expensive. You wo not find a whole lot of desktops anymore that will support a two processor system which you typically want in a server environment. Additionally, it depends upon what the server is doing. If it is an application server or just a file server. File servers do not need a whole lot of CPU or GPU power. What they do need is lots of is RAM. And the increased memory channels which server motherboards provide. These are usually 2 processor systems but usually processors which are fairly low on the speed side. They do not need speed. They just need enough cops to direct and control traffic. An application server, on the other hand would demand higher-end, multiple CPU motherboards/components along with lots of RAM, but not so much in the way of GPU. These systems typically have 4 processor socket motherboard. Operating system? BSD, FreeBSD, Linux Software? whatever you want to/need to use.

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3. Custom desktop build list.?

CPU - You want an Intel Core i7. Or you can wait another month for the updated processors to come out (Ivy Bridge). They feature a higher clocked rate (3.5GHz) and consume less power. It also energy efficient so that will help in the long run. I would personally wait for the new gen Intel Core's, due next month! Graphics Card: You want a graphics card to play the actual games. So since your budget is high, I recommend you to get a GTX580 or a Radeon HD 6990 or 7950. These are high-end graphics card and can handle any game at ultra settings well. Power Supply: You want a high wattage PSU to cope with the whole desktop's power. The higher the wattage, the better. But make sure you buy just enough and not too much. A corsair HX850 watt PSU will do the trick. Or for cheaper, Corsair TX850 PC Case: You want a full-tower case to support all these high-end components. Cooler master are a recognized brand and have a series of gaming cases called HAF, meaning High Air Flow. You may want a Cooler Master HAF932, 942 or HAF X. You may decide (research them) A motherboard: I would wait for the new motherboards to come out to support the new processors. You want a recognized brand such as ASUS.

4. Is it worth getting an alienware desktop?

I agree, custom build. It's actually not that hard. You tube even has step-by-step videos showing how to do it

5. What is a good desktop computer?

I am working on a Dell XPS from 2008 right now! What I did was buy the best I could afford in the general line (not server, not gaming. I have upgraded the 8GB to 16 GB a couple years after I purchased and 2 years ago I moved to a SSD drive. I will say Windows 10 is part of the reason this computer is perfectly adiquate for my use today, that and I was able to afford the base computer with a Core i7 (1st gen) and decent video card. I did almost upgrade video card for more monitors, but used a USB video card instead

6. Is this well balanced desktop configuration?

Pretty solid setup but I suggest 1TB seagate 7200RPM - 2-3TB Seagate Barracuda XT 1GB Asus GTX 550 ti - Nvidia GTX 580 or 590 for better performance cooler master extreme 600W PSU - Corsair Enthusiast Series 650-Watt TX650 Those changes and your pc will be a monster. The noise is just fans spinning up. Liquid cooling solutions are a great choice for aiding the fans. However these changes are just to make your rig that much better, the ones I suggested are currently part of my setup and it works for me. Otherwise your setup is just fine for modern games!

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