As computer systems have matured so has their cost structure. In the "old days" a system may cost you around 5 grand and while that system may have been top of the line at the time the price of the system reflected the lack of competition and options to choose from. These days there are many choices to make when building a system and we all know that for the majority of the world, cheaper is better. In this episode Darren talks about a recent computer build using the AMD FM2 Trinity processor and some of the costs involved to make that system work.
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Episode 34 featured music:
Little People - Start Shootin' (http://www.littlepeoplemusic.com/