Gaming computing is an area that just seems to keep growing and growing. Given the improvements we continue to see as internet speeds increase and the advent of more immersive gaming experiences, it should probably come as little surprise that gaming and eSports are on the increase.
Online platforms, such as GamersGate and Steam, allow users to purchase, download and play video games without even having to leave their home.
While computer desktop sales have been in decline for the past five years, with consumers preferring the mobility and convenience of laptops and tablets, many gamers still opt for a full tower form factor, which allows for their choice of hardware components.
Some gamers know exactly which components such as the processor, motherboard and video card they want to include in their build. While others just want a machine that will play their chosen game and help them be successful in their gaming. No matter which one you are, our trained technicians can assist you in putting together a competitive tool for your gaming arsenal.
What components will you need for your gaming machine?
- Computer Case
- Power Supply
- Processor (CPU)
- Memory (RAM)
- Video Card (GPU)
- Drive Storage (SSD or HDD)
- Liquid Cooling System
- Operating System
There are many benefits to be had by building your own gaming computer from the ground-up, the main one being the ability to select your own components based on your own research, brand reliability and reviews. Another benefit is the ability to upgrade individual components as you can justify or afford to.
A recent improvement in the value stakes for custom builds is the introduction of AMD’s Ryzen 2000 CPU/GPU series. These CPUs are low cost, low power, and excellent performance devices, with an onboard GPU package that rivals some midrange, discrete GPU options. It is certainly a very attractive option to the traditional Intel-based offering.
To find out more, contact our trained technician Randall who can build the gaming PC of your dreams.
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