A pre-built PC is ready to go right away whereas a custom gaming PC takes time to get to an optimal state. Should you go with a pre-built or a custom gaming PC?
It really comes down to what you’re looking for. A pre-built might let you get right into the action with the overall PC experience but you usually miss out on power per dollar spent. A custom gaming build lets you optimize how much you’re spending but you’ll have to learn how to put it all together.
Luckily it doesn’t take a computer scientist to put a PC together and there is plenty of material out there to help you out! Let’s go over both choices and decide which is the better route. Continue reading
There are still some sales going on throughout the day that I’d like to share with all of you! Black Friday isn’t the end of sales, Cyber Monday is also still around the corner so keep that in mind as you are shopping around today.
The one component I really wanted to see go on sale is RAM but it doesn’t seem that there are any current sales of RAM going on. However, some video cards have gone on sale and are still promoting their sales as well as some other important components being on sale.
With that, let’s get down to it. Here are the sales going on today that I’ve been able to find around Amazon! Continue reading
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.
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.
So you’re trying to build the best of the best, right? Searching the internet for the best gaming PC build for $1,000? Well search no further, you’ve found the ultimate build.
This build is easily able to run any current game on MAX settings and still keep 60+ FPS on 1080p resolution. This card is also perfect for 1440p resolution and can even run a few games at 4K resolution (3840 x 2160). Yeah, I know. Crazy.
Putting together a gaming PC build for $900 would put you in a great position to experience everything PC gaming has to offer for 2018 and beyond.
You may be wondering what the best steps would be towards getting a good PC build for under $800. Any custom PC within the $600-$800 range is going to be a beast of a system and trust me when I say that you would never regret the day you decided to build a custom PC within this budget range.
So you’re trying to build yourself a 700 dollar gaming PC build for 2018? Well, that’s awesome for you. Because today I’d like to share how to get the most bang for your buck while staying within this specific budget.
Wondering how you can get yourself the best gaming computer for under $600 dollars? Well look no further because this build is not only going to blow 2018 out of the water but it’s also going to blow your mind. 🙂
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.)