Which multi-monitor PC for day trading?

A Dashing Blade

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the customised argument doesnt work either for 99.9% of traders, a trading pc works fine with low end spec nowadays.
Agree, but if you self-build (and it really is simple these days) means you've got the skill-set to maintain the thing when something goes wrong . . .
 

DionysusToast

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building your own pc used to be worth it - 15 years ago, but not now. the reason being dell/whoever can buy pc parts for considerably cheaper than you. its built in a factory which again costs them FA per unit. its called economies of scale. put a warranty on it (which is prob where they make a lot of their money) and there really isnt any point in building your own.

the customised argument doesnt work either for 99.9% of traders, a trading pc works fine with low end spec nowadays.
Actually Dell can't buy cheaper components than the man in the street, certainly not memory chips.

Not unless they've changed their terms of business since 2007...
 
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Price: £10

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Price: £60

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