Venture into Gaming

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Gaming | Comments Off on Venture into Gaming

So you have decided you would like to take the plunge into the PC gaming world, but are afraid that it is far too expensive. Although it may seem like it initially, this does not necessarily need to be the case. There is so much hardware on the market, that you can build a custom rig on just about any budget, and at least one that competes with the cost of a new console and TV. The only difference is that it may take a bit of research, patience and work from your end to manifest it, but it can definitely be a rewarding experience that is worth every penny!

First of all, stop looking at all those pre-built PC’s and drooling over them, you have already decided to build your own, which is definitely the right choice if you are on a budget, as you can get far more bang for your buck from a custom machine than one that is built for you or bought from a store. At this point, you simply have to figure out what your budget is. A good start is around the six hundred dollar mark, but that is not a hard number and can be lower if necessary, this becomes a bit of an art, when you start decided what parts you need more for whatever gaming type you will have. Sometimes you can save a few bucks on RAM, or a smaller HDD and then get yourself a better graphics card, other times you may favor having a bigger HDD so that you can fit all of your games and go for a less expensive graphics card, it all depends on what you are looking for in your gaming rig, that is the fun of a custom rig.

Once you have your budget all set, you can begin the hunt for your hardware. Online is usually where you can get the best deals, and if you have the patience, waiting for sales can yield great rewards in terms of savings. If you can bear to wait for all of your hardware to come separately, or you have a tight budget this is the option you should explore, however if you are more into quicker gratification, you can make things work for your budget even in real stores. Once you have decided what kind of PC you want, then go ahead and order the corresponding parts. When you have all the parts you are ready to start seriously having fun with the hobby of custom PC building.

After you have set up a good space to work, you can unwrap whatever hardware you need, personally, this is usually better than Christmas for me. Once your case and parts are all liberated, go ahead and begin mounting the parts. This process is a lot simpler than it seems. Your motherboard will have the appropriate directions for whatever order the parts should go in, and from there it is just a matter of finding the right spots for the corresponding parts, and making sure all the wires are plugged in properly. Do not fret if it does not come to life on the first try, you probably just left a wire unplugged so go ahead and double check, and if not, sometimes parts are dead on arrival, so it might not be your fault. All part of the fun of building your own PC!

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