I have an old PC. Want to buy a new one

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I have PC.

But this PC is not able to run the powerful games.

So I need you guys to help me buy a new gaming PC.

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I have an old PC. Want to buy a new one

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Your PC's configuration is not high.You can change your configuration. You want to buy a new PC that you can play games. Games need some specific thing to run these days. If you buy that you can run any kinds of Games in your PC. You should know about modern games. What they want what they require. A Gaming PC need some specific things. You need AGP,RAM,Processor with high clock speed and much L2 cache. It is needed to be a good processor. Gaming PC needs much money to spare.If you have much money you can buy a good gaming PC. You can buy Core i3/i5/i7, Motherboard:ASUS, RAM:2 to 16 GB. AGP:1-2+ GB(PCI express) ATI or Nvidia.500GB-1TB HDD. 22" Monitor LCD or LED. Optical mouse and USB Keyboard.

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I have an old PC. Want to buy a new one

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For buying PC, you to need to identify what are the requirement for your hardware. Games are your priority, so you must find for the hardware requirements of your games desired to play. Most of the games are providing the hardware specifications which their games are best played. Sometimes requirement are lower the recommended, so you must note of the recommended not the minimum requirement. After collecting those hardware requirements, you may go to the nearest Computer Store in your area and show them what you need. Ask for better prices if needed. Sometimes there are hardware that has the same functionality and capacity but it has a lower price.

For gaming PCs, recommended are AMD, because these computers are fast in processing graphics and multimedia applications. They are the expert in this technology.

 

 

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I have an old PC. Want to buy a new one

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In preparing for a gaming PC now days, is expensive. Generally assembled PC is more preferred for gaming rather than pre-built one so that it can deliver a maximum performance expected by gamers.

Your gaming PC performance must require reliable and fast speed processing of graphics and game data in the presence of high end components in the system unit used. Cooling system like fans, located inside the system unit must have enough ventilation to prevent damage on electronic chips and have a long life. I've gone about selecting what I would look for today in a gaming PC by using a couple rules of thumb:
 
Motherboard: Choose a motherboard that supports more RAM slots and multiple connectivity options such as PCI slots, USB slots and SATA ports, to allow for you later upgradation of devices.
 
Processor: When it comes to the requirement of gaming I prefer AMD processor for a gaming CPU just for the main reason of being 3D technologies now. It has powerful 3D performance, fast, realistic 3D imaging, enhanced sound and video.
Video Card: Based on the same hardware as the AMD ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series and above than these supports DirectX 11.
 
You can expand your favorite games up to five displays with AMD technology for an incredibly Expensive field of view.
Memory (RAM): You should go with the maximum memory uses that can be handled by your motherboard in a long run so that you are not behind of new application or games requirements. Also anticipate that the production of memory may lessen because of memory innovation in the future.
 
Power Supply: System must have at least 600 watts and a maximum of 900 watts for upgrading some components. Now a day because of multiple drives inserted in the system, the memory module is high inserted in a single slot, cooling system have powerful RPM’s, and some electronic device used in interfacing different ports. 
 
System Unit Case: Select an appropriate case for the motherboard, 6 rooms for all drivers may consider for the future use and a case which support multiple fans.
 
Storage: I would prefer one minimum capacity storage and one maximum capacity storage for what reason? A minimum storage for Operating System and maximum storage for application and other software. 
 
Monitor: Lastly if you're a gamer, you have needs that are a bit different from your typical PC users. Image quality is obviously important to be concerned for PC gamers. Spending hundreds of dollars on the fastest video cards doesn't make much sense if your monitor causes even the most beautiful games to look washed out. If a monitor can't give you support, you may notice ghosting or a slight lag-time between your game data on input and a corresponding resulting data on your monitor of your computer.

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