What You Need In Your Gaming PC?
What You Need In Your Gaming PC? – Are you a gamer? Are you trying to build the perfect gaming computer? You are in the right place. We will tell you what each component does in the computer and how much you can get that component for. There are different parts with different specifications however we will only discuss one example for each component.
Every computer has a motherboard, a central processing unit, random access memory, a hard drive or a solid state drive, a power supply unit and a graphics processing unit. An optical drive is optional but you can have one.
A good example of a gaming motherboard is Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 which is priced at £135. It is a good motherboard and is built to last. We recommend an i7-8700 processor to match this motherboard and provide its highest potential performance. This part is roughly £300. This motherboard requires DDR4 RAM so the best RAM I recommend is HyperX Fury RAM. Each stick 8GB. This component is roughly £175. This will ensure that your PC is running at the best possible speed it can. In a gaming PC I would install a 1000GB Samsung SSD. These are a lot faster than a standard HDD and are great for performance and speed. A Game Max power supply unit is a must in a gaming pc. It will ensure every part is receiving the right amount of power to make the computer reach its full potential performance. This component costs roughly £90. I recommend, as a user of this product myself, the EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Gaming ACX3.0 Graphics Card. This is an exceptional graphics card which takes gaming to a whole new visual level. It costs £255. If needed I would consider the Asus DVD-RW Optical drive. It costs £15. Finally, you need to pick a PC case. I’m going to leave that up to you as everyone has a unique taste.
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