Last updated on Nov/2013
The PC Hardware market has always been an exciting haven for geeks, things are almost constantly changing.
See, in just a little more than six months period, Intel brought out the 3rd and 4th Generation Core-i Processors, SAMSUNG becomes one of the most popular brand for Solid State Drive -almost feels like it was out of nowhere; Mechanical hard drive price is settling down quite a bit after the flood, yet the cost for RAM is pumped up slightly as of October 2013.
On other hand, AMD have just now announced their new lines of R9/R7 video cards while NVIDIA is seeding the successful, power-efficient Geforce 700 series with a price-cute everywhere.
Perhaps this is a prime time to once again upgrade or build your new custom computer.
What is it good for? Homework, of course!
So with educational purposes bear in mind, let’s put together a foundation that is totally capable for many purposes and demands. Be it a gaming rig, powerhouse pc, enthusiast machine or just a regular entertainment box — it all starts here.
The goal of build your own computer is no other than, to build your own computer. Therefore, your final configuration probably is not the same as what I’m planning out here and that is the idea.
This article serves as a guideline so that you should feel more confident to shop for hardware parts when it’s time to pull the switch. You don’t have to stay with everything I suggest, but I do recommend each component because they are mostly praised by our locals and online customers, as well as the reviews all around the web.
Any how, be sure to share your final build with us! Read more…