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Currently own a dell m5040 it has 4gb ram and amd e450 cpu thinking about upgrading to ssd would this be fit to run solid works and auto cad on very light use? if not whats the best value lapt… Read More
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Currently own a dell m5040
it has 4gb ram and amd e450 cpu
thinking about upgrading to ssd
would this be fit to run solid works and auto cad on very light use?

if not whats the best value laptop that would
budget no more than £350
might go a bit more if it had a full hd screen
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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I've never used auto cad before but I would recommend a new laptop as your current processor is benchmarked poorly. A new ssd will improve speed but I believe it would still struggle. Just flicking through hotukdeals computers and the first one that's hot would be more than sufficient. Link = Here
#2
Depends on what version of autocad, it has been going for 33 years oO
#3
2013 version only want it if i had to catch up on work maybe an hour week just . would an ssd make any difference in the likes of my laptop
#4
Buy new laptop and strip down your old laptop and sell for spares i.e sell your ddr2 RAM for £13+, your HDD, optical drive cover, screen as well and other parts. For £350 your looking at an i5 with 8gb RAM.

Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Sep 28, 2016 15:24: edit
#5
I just upgraded my HDD to 240ssd moving from windows 8 to Ubuntu but it keep restarting at random times my HDD failed on a year old inspiron 3500 series so couldn't copy old os

looking for a new laptop as well now
#6
what laptop brands are best ? and which 1s should i avoid? .
want somthing reliable

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