My Favorite Computer Shop In Singapore

You should invest in an acoustically sealed door to your studio if you can afford it. If you have an air-conditioning unit it should be completely noiseless. It would be best if cool air could in pumped in so that the air conditioning unit is at a safe distance.

Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz Motherboard: Gigabyte P67A-UD3 Graphics: Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 1GB RAM RAM: 2x2GB Kingston Hyper X DDR 3 Power Supply: Gigabyte Plus 500 Watts Case: Don’t waste your money on tower cases. Any well ventilated case would do.

The equipment that you use will be quite expensive and you should buy them after careful consideration. There are many different varieties of mics that you will need, for instance. There are mics that are better suited for female voices and other ones that should be used if the artist has a deeper voice. The mic is usually mounted on a hanging boom that can be easily adjusted to account for the differing heights of people.

Another one of those classic games that you just can’t seem to get out of your system. Just put xRick on yoru R4 DS Card and plug it into your Nintendo DS and start playing one of the best platform side scrolling games of all time.Rick Dangerous was the must have side scroller of the day.Anyone that did not have a Nintendo DS system had either one or both of these games in lieu of.Side Scrolling Advanture game truly taken to the max.Great graphics (for the time), absolutely challenging and not to mention, loads of fun!

Video card. For strictly business usage on Windows XP, you can save a little here. If you are doing a lot of graphics work, watching movies, or expect to use Windows Vista with the Aero interface, I wouldn’t advise skimping here.

Warranty. This is your call. I have blogged about Dell’s “CompleteCare” option that covers all repairs including the ones that are your fault. Warranty options can add several hundred dollars to the final tab. But laptop repairs are expensive; do you ordinarily self-insure? computer hardware has a nasty habit of dying within 30 days of warranty expiration – call it Murphy’s Law if you like.

Then there’s the really baffling issues, like your computer refusing to turn on or simply overheating and shutting down without even giving you a chance to log on.