a good desktop for kubuntu

David McGlone d.mcglone at att.net
Sun Feb 8 01:51:22 GMT 2009

On Saturday 07 February 2009 5:19:09 pm David Fletcher wrote:
> On Saturday 07 February 2009 20:37:45 Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > Build it yourself with an Asus motherboard and a Western Digital hard
> > drive. You won't get any better than that. As for the processor, I am
> > partial to AMD though I am currently using a dual-core Intel on this
> > laptop and it is a very enjoyable processor (it is my first dual-core
> > processor, though).
> I always recommend something similar, although I used a Seagate SATA drive
> and an Asus board with a GBP20 fanless, PCI Express graphics card.
> My choice of processor was an AMD dual core energy efficient unit with a
> large OCZ copper pipe heatsink. This heatsink choice for a low power
> processor may sound a little daft, but with a huge area of aluminium vanes
> on the copper pipes and a relatively large fan, the fan runs at minimum
> speed and the processor runs nearly cold.

Why not just go with a liquid cooling system? :-)

David M.

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