So, I'm kind of interested in building my own computer since the first time I realized that you can actually build one yourself, instead of buying from vendors. My friend even volunteered to do it for me but that was like almost 15 years ago!That was the time when windows 3.1 just came out with new Pc!
Recently, I've thought of upgrading my (actually my nephew pc) Dell core 2 duo computer. I need more space as my seemingly tiny 80gb is running out of space. Also, a better graphics card to run the latest games!
I've been researching online and that's where I came across this site that's selling a comprehensive eBook on how to build a high-performance gaming computer for under $1000 (I'm pretty sure it's US$1000).
If you're interested to learn how to build your own gaming pc then this package reveals the best PC components to buy, and provides step-by-step instructions with full-color illustrations for building the perfect gaming Pc.
If I'm not lazy and have some money, I might buy this eBook. It seems to have the complete package for beginners like me. Well, I'm not really a beginner in that I don't know the parts, cause I've open up a computer and actually work as a trouble shooter at an Apple computer before.
This eBook would be a perfect guide for beginners and expert alike. Heck, if you know anyone that's interested then you can also recommend this eBook to them.
It's good if you're interested in learning about computer, want a budget gaming computer, learn how to build a gaming computer or simply just want to customize your own pc.
Anyway, for now, I might just get a bigger hard drive and better graphics card to at least extend the life of my pc. I think my core 2 duo is just about enough to play the latest games like modern warfare and starcraft 2. I just need more space!
The R1 version of Alienware m11x only have a core 2 duo and a GT 335M graphic card. But, almost all latest games are still playable on it. One day, I want to get myself an m11x. Yeah, I know building your own pc is better but, I'm just too lazy. LoL!
That's it for me today, then.
If you're interested in building your own pc then take a look by clicking the link provider below. Have a nice day and happy building!