Performance of the branded desktops

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Why the performance of the branded desktops (company assembled) are more better than non branded desktops (local assembled)? For example when we look at the branded desktops, they are high in performance. Branded desktops have fast processing speed. But non branded computers do not show such a high performance

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80910

Performance of the branded desktops

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It is a common observation that branded computers specially the branded laptops are more efficient as compared to the non branded computers. There are a number of factors working behind that. Computer is a combination of complex machineries including RAM, Micro processors, Fans, Power supplies, Storage devices etc. The overall performance of a computer depends upon the collective performance of these components. In branded computer all these components are made in line with the consideration of the overall efficiency of the computer. Secondly, environmental factors are also considered while manufacturing such systems like weather, expected temperature moisture etc.

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Yes its true that branded computers in much faster than the clone computers because company's signature technologies and different assemblies of wires and circuitry is embedded in the system. Placing two computer, one is branded and the other is clone with the same specification will show you that the performance is really different. But the problem with branded computers is that it is quite expensive and hard to repair compare to the clone ones. Durability wise it does have a longer life but once it is broken really its a pain in the head.

Also because all parts are made by one company, it is tested well and all bugs and errors are fixed while it is still in manufacturing mode.

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