Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Why you should build your own PC



It is becoming really popular for people to build their own PCs. They order every part of the PC and then attach them together by themselves.
This is really good for everyone, because you always get what you wanted, and you also become more familiar with your PC, with the way it works, so you generally get more knowledge.
In the past, building your own PC was essential if you wanted a fast PC, because the pre-build pcs had really poor performance. But now, you can get a really fast PC which is pre-build. So the decission is up to you. If you are sure you want to build your own PC, there are plenty of guides out there. But if you want to get a pre-build PC, there are also plenty of them for a not so high-price, depends what you're looking for.
 So go out there and choose wisely.

9 comments:

  1. It's more fun building it yourself!

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  2. agreed, cheaper and better!

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  3. byoc can save you alot of money and its alot of fun if you know what you are doing. The only disadvantage is with dell for example when parts break dell swiftly replace them

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  4. But not everybody has the knowledge to be able to buy the right parts and build it themselves.

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  5. That's why you put the effort into learning how to Jack! If someone really wants to learn how to do something, they'll do it.

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  6. I had no clue what i was doing when i first decided to build my PC, i gathered the parts from a friend, slapped them into a mini case and went with it. as i figured out what was going on, i upgraded parts here and there, different case, power sup etc. Its a blast!

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  7. i really want to do this but im worried about things being incompatible with other things like does all desktop ram work with every cpu's

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  8. Building your own PC is less expensive and there's better performance. I gained a lot of experience building my own and friends PCs so I just recommend it. Thank You for the post!

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  9. Admittedly, when I DO get around to building my own computer, I'm gonna go for the 750-1000 dollar type on one of the guides...

    I've always used pre-builds, but the current computer I bought off some guy who apparently frankenstein'd it together into a shuttle mini xpc. She's been around with me for, like, five years now and STILL handles what I request of her.

    Of course, it's still time to get a new computer, y'knowwhatImean?

    I'll take this article into deep consideration...thanks, m'man!

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