Every gaming PC needs a set of apps to work properly. This includes things like resource monitors to check GPU and processor usage, apps like Overwolf for additional in-game functionality, FPS counters, and the basic stuff as well.
Building a PC advantage #24: You can name it.
Windows, lights, cooling, wiring. Building a home/gaming PC is pretty tedious. But when it POSTs or beeps, your whole life feels like a grand success (except it’s not).
Oh boy, here we go again. “How to install more RAM” is the quintessential PC gamer question.
What should you go for, a gaming PC or a gaming laptop? Both types of setups have their pros and cons, though some pros are bigger than others.
What other purpose does a gaming PC serve besides giving high FPS and looking cool doing it? Well, any demanding work from Bitcoin mining to 3D animation and video rendering to running your own server – a gaming PC does effortlessly.
What does it mean to “build” a gaming computer? How many screws do you need?
It’s not. But once you taste the loading speeds of an SSD, you’ll never want to go back to an HDD.
The main boss everyone fears: heat. A case needs proper cooling to give the desired gameplay output and fans are the most important part for cooling a case. So, how many do you need?
On paper, a game sure comes with minimum requirements, but most normal PCs can play them, technically speaking, without all the bells and whistles.