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    Does your PC feel sluggish when you perform demanding tasks? You may be able to solve that problem with a component upgrade or two. But what should you replace to get the largest gains?
    A number of components can be upgraded inside your PC, whether it's a desktop or laptop. Options for the latter depend on the make and model, and how easy parts are to replace. A custom-built PC can be stripped out and rebuilt with upgraded supplies. There's no secret weapon when it comes to adding horsepower to your PC, but a number of upgrades can improve performance.

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    07-03-2017 10:10 AM

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