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V.T. Eric Layton

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It's not as if I made recent wholesale changes. My desktop console was 5 years old in 2009 and I used it for another 4 years. Its replacement has been in service since 2013 and has been extensively upgraded/maintained over that time. With any luck it should be good for another couple of years. The only thing I've done recently was replace a worn wifi keyboard and mouse. Monitor and speakers are a few years old but still OK.

I'd love to have NVME and USB 3 but right now the older technology still serves me well.

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