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Guide in Buying Custom Gaming Computers

April 12, 2013

Custom gaming computers are a hit to players who are not only fond of gaming consoles but also computers as well. These computers are more advantageous because gaming computers can also be used for work, unlike gaming consoles that can only be used for gaming or simple Internet surfing. That is why players are choosing gaming computers as their new main gaming console.

Buying Gaming Computers

Here is a simple guide on how to buy custom gaming computers.

  • Games to Play

You need to consider the kinds of games that you are going to play on your custom gaming computers so that you can determine the right kind of specs that you are going to need. If you are going to play RPG games, you do not high really an expensive gaming computer because the specs do not need to be that high. But if you are fond of playing simulator games, you need a gaming PC that has high specs so that you can play your games on high resolution and on the highest settings.

  • CPU

The CPU is your computer’s heart. This is one of the things that you should consider when determining the specs of your custom gaming computers. Single-core CPUs are only used on RPG games; so, you if want to play simulator games, you should choose dual-core CPUs or higher.

  • Video Card

If you want to play games that have great graphics on a high resolution, you should choose a good video card. This is also advisable if you want to play on a bigger monitor. Video cards and other hardware with higher specs consume more energy so you should think about your electric bills when you are purchasing custom gaming computers. But if you are serious about gaming, you should choose a computer that has the highest specs that you can afford. This way, you will truly enjoy your gaming.

When buying a custom gaming computer, make sure that you can allot a reasonable budget. You can buy a custom gaming computer for $1000 or more, depending on the specs.

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