Cyber Monday is upon us and so today is literally the best day of the year to be saving a bunch of money if you’re looking into doing a PC build!
I’ll be listing some parts and peripherals that I’ve found are for a lower price point. Most of these deals I’ve either found myself on Amazon or from different articles I’ve read up on to see what the best deals are! Continue reading
Hey everyone, it’s that time of year again. That time where there are some potentially great deals online for PC peripherals and hardware!
Black Friday is a crazy day for all of the local shoppers, I tend to want top stay home and shop online anyway. After doing a bit of hunting for good deals, I’ve found a batch of some products that you may want to take a look at if you’re looking for some hardware and/or peripherals soon! Continue reading
It’s November now which means that the weekend of the 25th includes Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There can be some really awesome deals on those days so should you wait?
I’d like to elaborate a bit on this and talk about my past experience to help answer that question. Continue reading
So last night I finished building the PC build of my DREAMS, it’s everything I’ve ever wanted and then some. I was able to use some old parts which helped out!
Scavenging some parts from my old PC build was nice but I wanted to make sure that most everything was going to be new. I got a new case, a new video card, a much better processor and I added a solid state drive to it as well.
This is the first time I’ve been able to actually experience 60 fps on max settings with some games and it’s my first time experiencing the speed of a SSD. Let’s get right to it! 🙂 Continue reading
Want to know how to build a mini ITX gaming PC? It’s a good thing to know how because it allows for more room and reliable portability.
A mini ITX PC can pack an extremely powerful punch, for this specific build I kept the budget on the higher end of things, if you’d like to see mini ITX builds at any other budget then let me know in the comments if you’d like to see that and I’ll see what I can do! 🙂
If you were to put together a $2,000 dollar gaming PC build then you’d be absolutely amazed by the speed and graphical performance. That’s for certain.
If you’re looking for the best gaming computer build on a budget then you’ve stumbled across the right site! 🙂
The greatest part about building your own computer is that you get the most bang for your buck. Make sure that you buy all of the right parts though.
Computer retailers that sell “gaming” computers are ripping the consumers off big time because even some $700-$800 “gaming” computers won’t be able to run most of the games coming out in 2015.
That’s when the beauty of building your own PC comes in, buy buying each essential part separately you are saving a bunch of money for your finished PC.
How To Build A Gaming PC On A Budget
PC gaming is awesome but it’s even better when you know how to build a gaming pc on a specific budget. Building your own PC is the beauty of PC gaming!
When gamers become exposed to the ultimate God-like power of what the PC gaming industry can provide for their desires of the best gaming experiences, most gamers go out and buy a gaming PC at a retail price.
If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck on a $400 dollar gaming pc build then you should definitely check this build out. This build is the most optimal when it comes to building a PC on a tight budget.
Next-gen PC gaming is going to take quite a bit of GPU and CPU power to run for the long term. Although you’d get much more future proof power out of a $500 build, this build will do just fine for some of the games coming out this year. Just don’t expect to be able to run them on the higher graphics settings.
Surfing the web for the best gaming PC build for $1,500? Well look no further because this is a legendary setup and your money is very well invested with this specific build.
With a $1,500 budget you’ll be able to add a solid state drive as well as a 1TB hard drive. This will allow you to be able to run your operating system at full speed while still having the capacity of the 1TB hard drive to store your game library, movies, music and photos.