In this piece of writing, we wanted to collect all the gaming tower configurations that we have been taking during this time with the assistance of the PC Power Up site to be able to compare them more easily. Of course, some components can be modified and expanded, so in some of them, we have left the cases of possible recommended updates.
The central element of a stationary PC, the motherboard is the part on which all the components are located. It is joined to the PC power supply and preset with the housing with screws. The point to take into account when choosing your motherboard is its general compatibility: indeed, the processor socket, the number and type of PCI-Express available to connect components, audio outputs, and USB ports, the slot for RAM as well as SATA connectors (which power and connect hard drives) are all on this computer mind.
In a gaming PC, the processor is of paramount importance. The most demanding games will take a lot of math for this essential component, heat it up (see below for cooling solutions) and consume electricity. While constructing a game-oriented PC, we will consequently observe the compatibility between the power of the power supply and the burning up of the CPU (to make certain that the reserve is adequate in the power supply), then we will be concerned with the frequency of the coin and the number of hearts.
Theoretically, processors with a high number of cores (6 to 8) and a high frequency per core, greater than 3.5 GHz are the most likely to run games well, and especially to represent the ultimate for two to three years. We will consequently choose the Intel Core i7 10700K or Intel Core i5-10600K (less powerful, however effortlessly overclockable), or the high-end AMD Ryzen 7 5800X or the Ryzen 5 5600X for lower budgets.
Depending on the number of slots available on the motherboard, your new Gaming PC will be made up of at least two RAM modules, with the same characteristics. 8 GB of DDR4 is a minimum to have, but 16 GB or even 32 will have the advantage of anticipating the release of resource-intensive games in the next few years. Open world games are the ones that can be the most demanding on this feature, and a surplus of RAM brings unmistakably fluidity.
Hard Drive & SSD:-
For quick system and application startup, SSD has a clear advantage over the traditional internal hard drive. For gamers with momentous storage requirements, a hybrid way out will be ideal: an SSD for installations, single or more hard disks for data storage.
Lately, new models of SSD, whose new architecture allows an even greater speed, invade the gaming market. NVMe SSDs, which we find equipment in the next-gen consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series) are even more efficient and almost eliminate in-game loading times. As with classic SSDs, there are several sizes, 500GB or 1TB for example.