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Which Laptop Should I Buy Having Corei3 Processor

Laptop have core i3 processor, 4GB ram, 500GB hard drive. What should I replace for better performance either a RAM or hard drive with SSD or processor?

If you could reply with what exact model you have I could help you better.And The Generic tips areUpgrading your SSD will make your computer boot faster,Apps load fatser but if your processor is not powerful enough.You will face bottleNecking.Upgrading you Ram.I dont think that it will do any good,you have 4gb Ram its enough for an i3.And mentioning about an i3 laptop it wont allow you to upgrade ram to much bigger size.And in ram what matters is not storage,speed matters.Even you upgrade your Ram you will have the same MHz or else your motherboard should support a better speed.Upgarding your CPUDont even think about it.Laptops are not modular as Desktops are.You wont be able to upgrade your CPU until you are in the rarest scenario.And upgrading your cpu will cost you about a 75% of what you laptop costs as youre changing its brain.Personal recommendation.Upgrade to a SSD it will give you a slight boost in perfomance

Which Laptop can I buy under 40000rs with i3 processor and 8 GB RAM?

Let me suggest two laptops hereOne with i3 processor, 8GB RAM, 2 GB Graphics card and 1TB HD. This is the HP AY079TX and costs 38K. Should be right for your specificationsHP 15-AY079TX 15.6-inch Laptop (Core i3-5005U/8GB/1TB/Windows 10 Home/2GB Graphics), Turbo SilverSecond laptop is HP AY503TX. It has i5 processor, 2GB Graphics card, 8GB RAM and 1TB HD and just 42800 and this comes with full HD Resolution . But you have to install Windows by yourself. Costs 43K (though i may recommend you this primarily for the i5 processor)HP 15-AY503TX 15.6-inch Laptop (Core i5-6200U/8GB DDR4L /1TB /DOS/2GB Graphics Dedicated), Turbo Silver

Would a Dell Inspiron Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor be sufficient to run World of Warcraft?

Do you only play WoW? Do you want to play anything else?
If yes then maybe you should consider these options..

If that is not an option because you do not want to wait and save up a little more money then here are some closer to your budget.

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Most laptops now last 4-5 years before they are replaced. If you plan to add Anti-virus and MS Office then you will exceed your budget that is with a 300.00 Dollar computer. If you plan to have a warranty it will also cause your costs to jump.

To answer the rest of your question Yes it is capable of running WoW with a Intel Core i3.

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Which RAM should I buy for a Core i3-2100 processor?

Before buying RAM you have to check which type of RAM is supported by your laptop means is it a DDR2 or DDR3 and after that for i3 processor you can go with Transecand 1300 megahertz Ram.

What laptop should I buy, Celeron g3930 or core i3-7100U, celeron comes with SSD and 8gb ram and core i3 comes with hdd and 8gb ram?

Check here for a comparison of these two cpus: Intel Celeron G3930 vs Core i3-7100UThey look very close but the i3 is hyper-threaded, which means it’s 2 cores offer 4 threads while the Celeron only has 2 cores and 2 threads (those same cores - no hyper-threading). What that means is the i3 would do better in gaming with the 4 threads vs only 2 for the Celeron.The SSD is the problem here. If both had just a hard drive, the i3 is the better choice. The Celeron does have a slightly higher clock speed (2.90 vs 2.40 Ghz) but in a laptop the i3 would use less energy, saving battery time. But since it has a hard drive instead of an SSD, the energy saving would be negated by that hard drive. So, the two systems are about the same. 8 GB of RAM for each is enough.These are both low end systems, but if I had only those two choices, and having the computer building experience I have, I would go for the i3 laptop and later replace the hard drive with an SSD to make if faster and more efficient. Of course there is a hassle with cloning the drive and getting Windows re-registered again with a phone call to Microsoft.BUT, for you, should you not want to mess with the expense and hassle of replacing a hard drive with an SSD later, the Celeron system might work better. Especially, if you don’t really need to do any serious gaming. Causal gaming should be okay. And the SSD will save on battery life while giving you a boost in responsiveness when you launch applications.Really boils down to what you plan to use your computer for most.

I need to buy a laptop. Which is better: a quad-core processor or an Intel core i3 4th generation?

If you are under the impression that all Quad Core processors are the same, you would be wrong.If you are under the impression that all 4th generation Intel Core i3 processors are the same, you would be wrong.That being said, which EXACT quad core processor are you asking about, that would be better or worse than what EXACT 4th gen Intel Core i3 processor?Let me put it another way.  This ARK | Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q8200 (4M Cache, 2.33 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB) processor is not as good as this ARK | Intel® Core™ i3-4330 Processor (4M Cache, 3.50 GHz) 4th gen Intel Core i3.However... the very same Intel Core i3 ARK | Intel® Core™ i3-4330 Processor (4M Cache, 3.50 GHz) is not as good as this quad core 3rd gen ARK | Intel® Core™ i5-3570S Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.80 GHz).So... I just showed you a quad core that wasn't as good as a core i3... and then I showed you a quad core that was BETTER than that same core i3.  Since you just saw that a quad core can be worse, and it can be better... which is the answer you want?Or would you prefer to get specific on the exact processors you want to compare?

Is a Intel Core i3 Processor good?

IT isn't very demanding. All your laptop really is in IT is a dumb interface for some type of Remote Desktop program and other diagnostic tools that are mostly just limited by the interface speed to your network. How quickly you can work with a Server is more a limit of how responsive the server is, network connection and speed you are capable of thinking and working input devices not your laptop.

Since this is for college courses your computing demands are even less. I'd be more concerned about weight and battery life as you'll be carrying it around all day. If you want it to feel fast an SSD on a i3 will feel much faster in most situations than an HD on an i5.

All that being said with a $600 budget I'd strongly consider the HP Pavilion 13-s128nr x360. It is pretty lightweight at 3.77lbs. It is a 2in1 so it can double as a tablet. The battery life is up to 11 hrs 45 min. It has a nice and sharp 1920x1080 screen. It also has an i5-6200u CPU, 8GB RAM and a 128GB SSD. The real downside is it is pretty thick.

This Dell Inspiron i7359-4371SLV is quite a bit thinner. It uses a 500GB HD + 8GB SSD hybrid drive instead. All the other specs seem the same as the HP. I'd get this if you want something thinner to carry around. Although I'd dump the hybrid drive as soon as you can afford it in favor of a large SSD. Given that it likely has an M.2 port for it's current SSD. You might be able to install an ultra fast Samsung SM951 if you saved up. Although I have no way of knowing if it will fit.

Really my key points why I selected those laptops is lightweight, good battery life and at least 1920x1080 screen. Being as they are being used for college and IT. You should get practice on proper security and setup hard disk encryption on them. Also get in the habit of using a password manager like Lastpass.

Is a Core i3 laptop good to buy?

Yes, If you are not a Heavy Gamer, Core i3 will do :) Core i3 processor is also a best choice for budget laptop because of its Hyperthreading but please check the ram and graphic specs of Laptop you want. I bought my Laptop in Ayala MallASUS X555LF-XX183T