Best Gaming PC Build Under $500 Dollars, This PC Will OWN in 2018!

To find the best gaming PC build under 500 dollars you’re going to have to find the best parts for the lowest price possible and then build it yourself. Building your own computer has many benefits and is actually a lot easier than you think!

Well you just lucked out! 🙂 Today I feel like sharing how to build the best gaming PC build for under 500 dollars and I also want to show you the best place to get your parts for this EPIC build!

Next-gen PC gaming is going to take quite a bit of GPU and CPU power to run games for the next few years…

But… for around the same price as the present day consoles you can build a custom gaming PC that OWNS! (Seriously.)

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Best $400 Dollar Gaming PC Build, An Optimal Budget Build For 2018

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.

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Is Assassin’s Creed Origins On PC Any Good?

Recently I decided to pick up Assassin’s Creed Origins on PC since it has been a while since the last time I played through an Assassin’s Creed title.

The last Assassin’s Creed game that I played through was Assassin’s Creed III and it wasn’t nearly as good as it was all hyped up to be…

Origins takes place in Ancient Egypt and for a long while I’ve been interested in reading up on Ancient Egyptian times so it’s pretty cool playing through and exploring Egypt as Bayek. Continue reading

Should Steam Change Their Review System?

Steam has used a thumbs up/thumbs down review system since 2013 and it has been the deciding factor for most people as to whether or not they are going to purchase a PC game from Steam.

For the longest time I’ve loved it, I’ve based my purchasing decision off of the overall rating and reading the reviews of people who had actual experience with the game.

But now it seems like some reviewers have hardly any playtime in, they have a grudge against the developers or their PC just isn’t enough to run the game so they leave a bad review…

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ASUS VG245H Review, A FreeSync Gaming Monitor Done Right

It’s time for an ASUS VG245H review, a FreeSync monitor that is priced well for what you get. If you’re using an AMD card, you should consider picking this up.

At 1080p resolution, FreeSync technology included, 75hz refresh rate and 1ms response time all at a very reasonable price – you really can’t ignore this one.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Fortnite Battle Royale On PC Is Extremely Fun

Fortnite Battle Royale on PC is a breath of fresh air for the battle royale genre. Epic Games developed something unique in this space and it’s very fun!

When you see a game like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds growing at the pace that it is then it’s pretty predictable that other companies are going to try and have their go at something similar.

There’s just something about the battle royale/survival of the fittest idea that has caught the attention of millions of people. I feel like Fortnite is the first of many more games of this type to spawn in, it surely won’t be the last. With how unique it is, I could see it grow into something huge down the road. Continue reading

CyberPowerPC Gamer Master GMA2200A Desktop Gaming PC, Does It Perform Well?

CyberPowerPC Gamer Master GMA2200A Desktop Gaming PC

Let’s review the CyberTronPC Gamer Master GMA2200A desktop gaming PC since it recently became a top seller on Amazon. Does the hardware add up to the price?

Whenever you’re looking into a pre-built gaming PC you need to make sure you understand all of the hardware that is inside. From there, you can determine whether or not it’s worth the asking price. That’s what I plan to do, let’s find out if it’s worth picking up.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Xotic PC Review, Are These PCs Overpriced & Under Built?

It’s time to review Xotic PC to see if their custom PCs are actually worth getting. Let’s look at the hardware piece by piece and see if the value is there.

Xotic also sells different peripherals to go with their PCs which sounds like a good idea right off the bat but maybe you’re able to get the same peripherals for a better price elsewhere…

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Optical Gaming Mouse Review, Weight & RGB

Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Optical Gaming Mouse Review

Let’s review Logitech’s G502 Proteus Spectrum optical gaming mouse since it seems to be a big hit right now. It’s packed with features and worth the price tag!

This is the first mouse I’ve owned that uses a sort of a weight system. I recently picked up a Logitech keyboard so I figured that I should also get a mouse to match.

I’m glad I did because this is arguably the best mouse I’ve been able to use.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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What Do You Need To Build A Gaming PC?

what do you need to build a gaming pc

Question is, what do you need before you start building your gaming PC? What are all of the different parts involved? Let’s go over everything you’ll need!

There are several parts that are needed to build a gaming PC and it’s pretty easy to get lost and confused when you’re in the market to do a build of your own.

It’s best to know what you’re getting into fully before even trying otherwise you risk messing up having the wrong motherboard socket or you accidentally got a video card that isn’t going to fit within your desired case. Continue reading