Putting together a comprehensive? Relax, PC Power Up provide a simple guide for the most important parts you need to build a powerful and well-rounded gaming PC, even if you’re novice. Also answer the question: What are the basic requirements of our time for assembling gaming computers on a limited or medium budget? Let’s see the important components first:
If you are aiming for additional performance improvement through over-clocking (arbitrarily increasing the clock beyond the standard value), consider purchasing a model with a model number ending in K, such as the Core i7-7770K. For reference, the final clock of the CPU amplifies the base clock (BCLK), which is the basis of system operation, by a constant multiple, and over-clocking is performed by increasing the BCLK or increasing the multiple. Increasing the multiplier is much easier and more stable than increasing the BCLK, but CPU manufacturers release products with restrictions (locks) to prevent users from arbitrarily adjusting the multiplier.
Monitor & Graphics:-
If you’re on a slightly bigger budget, you can consider 1440p and 4K monitors at 144Hz or higher. These monitors are of course very powerful and offer great displays and fast performance in combat games, but they require a powerful graphics card to function properly.
Another thing to consider when choosing a monitor for gaming is the frame rate. For most monitors its 60-144 frames per second (FPS) or higher, depending on your computer’s performance, and of course over 60 frames per second. It will be the best for a smooth and enjoyable gaming experience. In fact, there are 60K resolution screens on the market at 4 frames per second. This will certainly provide a very powerful gaming experience, but of course the most expensive.
The difference between each company’s version of the different motherboards is that they offer additional benefits with high-quality VRM components for cooling and greater support for over-clocking or not. Also, the RAMs have different frequencies, some motherboards support up to 3600 MHz; others stop at 2666 MHz, and some support 2 or 4 RAM ports.
Some motherboards support high-speed internal Wi-Fi for gaming with more PCIe ports and multiple USB ports. Of course, some above average motherboards offer RGP lighting and easy software control. Each company has budget, medium and professional versions of motherboards depending on the budget and requirements of each user.
One important thing to note is that you will get a SATA HDD for storing large amounts of data, but not the best in terms of file transfer and download speed and performance. SATA or Western Digital offers 1TB-10TB hard drives at affordable prices, and I’m sure you’ll need them, but I won’t talk too much about them.
If your budget is limited, choose a SATA SSD card with space starting at 120GB – 1TB. Add an NVME SSD card that plugs into the dedicated PCIE port on modern motherboards, and it delivers up to 6x faster performance than a SATA SSD. Available in various sizes starting at 120 GB.