There’s no better time to be looking for PC gaming deals than on Cyber Monday. If you’re looking for deals for your gaming PC build then you’re in for a treat!
I’ll be going over the deals that I’ve been able to find from researching what others have found as well as sharing some deals that I’ve personally be able to find. Sometimes Amazon will mark something down at “80% off” when really they temporarily increased the retail price to make it look like it is a deal…
With that said, I’m only sharing what I know is actually a deal! Let’s get to it. Continue reading
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
In any market that you look into there is always an up and down slope of pricing and stock due to supply and demand, having enough product and other means.
Right now all of the RX series graphics cards from AMD are either priced at over $400 or they’re completely out of stock on other websites.
The answer is BitCoin mining. It’s unfortunate that the market had to move so drastically because of it but that’s definitely why we’re not seeing any RX 480’s/RX 580’s on the market for an acceptable price point right now. Continue reading
A Ryzen 7 PC build is ideal for those that want to have a PC that can handle heavy rendering and multi-threaded tasks. Ryzen 7 is great for content creators!
It’s also very capable for gaming, though through benchmarks Intel has shown that when it comes to overall gaming performance that they are the more ideal pick. Ryzen can be overclocked to reach a similar level of potential. I’ll elaborate a bit more on this below! Continue reading
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
Recently I’ve been getting some “hate” comments (if you even want to call it that) that are saying that the builds that I share aren’t actually up to par to what you could actually do within the budget point – more specifically with the $1,000 build listed on the site.
I’d like to address what these people have been saying as I do understand the concern, but I’d like to express my perspective as to why I have the builds the way I have them. Continue reading
With all of this new hardware being released – anyone getting into a new PC build are wondering if they should wait for these new parts to become available.
I’ve been keeping an eye on the market with these cards and the pricing of them are nothing compared to what they were announced to be… Continue reading
For those of you that are trying to plan in the months ahead for your build, you’ll want to make sure that you grab your Windows OS before July 29th.
That’s when Microsoft is pulling the plug on being able to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, that’s when people putting their own builds together are going to have to buy Windows 10 at a retail price.