Check the System Recommendations

•June 3, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Each game has their own custom need for system resources. Some may need more RAM while others may need more CPU power. Check the needs on the games that you often play, before making a decision on the specs of your computer. It may very well save you a lot of money. You can choose the most basic components when you customize your order if thats all your game requires, then you can save and keep your budget on track.


Do your Research!

•June 2, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Research online on places like forums and gaming sites. People on there will tend to brag about what their system is running when they play the same games that you do. They may not need as much RAM or CPU power as you might think. Use this to help persuade you in buying, customizing or building your Gaming PC. Sometimes on the game’s system requirements, they make them too high, so that you are satisfied with the game, but actually they are whats call the recommended system requirements versus the minimum or optimal system requirements. Going for the optimal requirements will save you a lot of money on your next gaming PC.

Gaming PC Upgrades to your RAM

•June 1, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Upgrading your RAM is something you may often do. Especially when new games come out and they have a bigger demand for RAM. However when you handle these devices you have to realize that gaming computers and many other electronics are electrostatic sensitive devices and they can be damaged simply by touching them if you are charged with static electricity. Wear a grounding strap or touch the metal part of your PC case as often as possible while working with the RAM.