How to choose the right computer parts
When it comes to picking your pc components, it can be a bit overwhelming for some people, so I made a video that will hopefully help you choose the right parts for your next pc build.
What fits your budget?
RGB or No RGB?
Remember keep the budget for both components at a similar level
Do you want a CPU or GPU-powered machine? ie: gaming or video editing.
Do you need lots of RAM? (Editing, Videos and other production work)
Don’t bottleneck your performance
Are you a gamer?, the main factors in performance are the CPU and the GPU. Balance between these two components or you run the risk of bottlenecks.
Things to consider when buying pc hardware
Modular or Semi or Non Modular
Right Size for Your Case
Power (8-pin or 6-pin connectors) (Size of psu)
Memory (4 gigabytes) Min
Monitor (1080p 60hz) you don’t need super hi end graphics card
16GB (budget-friendly gaming computer? 8GB)
Amount of RAM
Single channel vs Multichannel
Motherboard DIMM Slots
CPU Heatsink Clearance
Features RGB, NVME, Overclocking
Built in GPU (APU)
Cores and threads
Gaming or editing.
Basic tasks: $50-$100 range.
Gaming: $200-$300 range
Production work or overclocking: $300-$400 range Ryzen 7 or i7 and up
cooling, Fans and airflow
Drive bays and SSD mounting points