The world of computers is vast and massive. Every time a new PC enters the market, there are unique specifications, characteristics, and features, that differentiate them from others. However, we have got the perfect guide for building a PC. Most often, people are confused about which parts to use and which parts are actually necessary to the excellent condition of a PC. So, let us look at the essential factors that one should use for a PC!
Buy a gaming computer case!
A gaming computer case is worthy enough and the most considered and important ones. They are:
- Motherboard size: You can buy ATX motherboards that are gold standard sizes, from the smallest to largest, such as Mini ITX, M- ATX, ATX, EATX, and so on. If you plan to build a gaming PC of a smaller form factor, a Mini ITX or M-ATX might suit your needs!
- Graphic card length: One must make sure that their graphic card has proper dimensional specs as it should be compatible with the case. Sometimes, the graphic card would be too long for your case, and that is why you should be specific about these things.
- Form factor: Which one are you getting? Mini- ITX or mid-tower or full tower?
Mini-tower cases give one a better portability and a smaller desk footprint that in turn limit your potential selection of motherboards and gaming desktops.
Mid-tower cases are the most prevalent issue sizes ever used and will have a standard width of 7.5” and height of 18” and are thus suitable for ATX motherboards.
Total tower cases have a standard width of 8” and a height of 22”. In addition, they are accompanied by a plethora of fans and additional cooling components to keep the PC’s airflow optimal and PC cool.
Which are the gaming accessories and peripherals?
Keep in mind that the choice of your GPU determines your best monitor fit. So, let us look at the Graphic Processing Unit’s section to learn more!
- Refresh rate: Refresh rate refers to the number of times per second is the monitor image updated. It is measured in Hertz. The higher the number, the better is the performance; make sure you aim for at least 75 Hertz during gaming.
- Monitor resolution: Let us explain to you in simple words! The more resolution the picture is, the better it is. You will at least need a minimum monitor resolution of 3840*2160 (4K/ UHD) or 1920*1080 (1080/Full HD).
- Response time: Response time, measured in milliseconds (ms), is better when it is lower. It represents how long does the monitor take to alter the pixel from black to white. Also, know that each gaming monitor will have a response time of about sub-5ms.