Before venturing into your build you need to know what type of budget you’re working with. From there, you can execute on ordering each part!
Choose Your Budget
Below are links to each budget guide. The more you spend, the more powerful your PC will be after completing the build. If you’re looking for something as an entry level PC that can handle most gaming at a 1080p resolution then I’d suggest starting by looking at the $500 build guide.
After you pick your budget point you’ll see the complete part list that corresponds with that type of budget and you’ll also see the same video guide on putting all of the parts together. I will also share that video on this page!
How To Build Your PC
There are plenty of great videos online that you can follow and you should follow the one that makes the most sense to you.
Below is a video guide from a channel called Robeytech that I think shares the more important bits when it comes to putting your PC together.
After building several computers for friends and family, I can now easily set up a computer in an hour and trust me I knew NOTHING about building computers when I first started. I was only interested in PC gaming on a budget! 😉
Feel free to bookmark this page for later use when you go to build your PC gaming beast. If you have any questions about your PC, feel free to ask me in the comment area below! 🙂
What do you guys think of this video? Is it informative?
Which build are you going to go with?
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