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Have some questions to build a new PC

Home Forums Tech Have some questions to build a new PC

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    Joseph Mahan
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    What is your budget for the build? – This is one of the most important questions to answer, as it will determine the overall performance and capabilities of your system.

    Do you need additional components? – Depending on your use case, you may need additional components, such as an optical drive, additional fans, or a water cooling system.

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    #4950
    David Banks
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    A GPU is critical for gaming and other graphics-intensive tasks. There are several options to choose from, including dedicated and integrated graphics cards.

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    #4955
    Marisa Jones
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    There are several types of storage to choose from, including SSDs, HDDs, and hybrid drives. The type of storage you choose will impact performance, cost, and overall capacity

    #4949
    Ryan Medlock
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    Knowing the primary use for the PC, such as gaming, productivity, or content creation, will help you choose the right components to meet your needs.

    The power supply provides power to all the components in your system, so it’s important to choose a power supply that can handle the power demands of your components.┬áThe size of the storage will impact the amount of data you can store, so it’s important to choose a size that meets your needs.

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    #4956
    Joseph Mahan
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    RAM is used by the system to store data temporarily while you work with it, so having enough RAM is critical to avoid performance bottlenecks.

    #4957
    Bernard Kirkwood
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    The CPU is the heart of your system, so choosing the right one is critical. There are two main players in the market, Intel and AMD, and both offer a range of options to meet different needs and budgets.

    #4958
    Peter Fernald
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    The size of the PC will determine the size of the components you can use, so it’s important to choose a form factor that meets your needs.

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