How to buy a gaming PC

In the recent years, the gaming industry has been skyrocketing. PC gaming is the biggest challenger to the console gaming. Every year with new AAA titles, PC gaming takes a new direction. From 4K gaming to VR technology PC gaming is more revolutionizing than ever before. In fact, it is a most flexible platform for gamers. It has endless possibilities and budget flexibility. It could be the best platform for beginners and high-end gamers as well. Custom build PCs are the best choices when it comes to getting the best bang for your work. You can easily manage to run smooth 1080p gaming on a budget PC with the right choice of components. Let me help you out of getting to build the best gaming PC for your budget. Today, for reference we just want to do 1080p gaming with 60fps.


The CPU is the heart of the PC it does all of the computing. For gaming, I believe that the Intel Core i5, 8th generation is the best bang for the buck. You can go with its base model without choosing an overclocked variant. This CPU will get most of the games done at its peak performance. Only high CPU demanding titles like the Witcher 3 would demand anything like the mighty i7.

Graphics card

The graphics card is the most important component if you want to do some serious gaming. It helps us to render some of the most graphically rich games and visuals. Thus, I would highly recommend going for the Nvidia GTX 1060. It is the best card when you are expecting a good gaming with decent frame rates. However, choosing the onboard memory is up to you. You can either choose the 3 GB variant or the expensive 6 GB one. It would do most of the games easily without stuttering.

RAM (memory)

The RAM helps to do the best multitasking. In terms of gaming, it lets us see more particles during the gameplay. Any modern title would easily demand a minimum of 4 GB RAM. However, some intense title would even demand 8 GB of RAM. Thus, I would recommend to get a single stick of 8 GB DDR4 RAM. DDR4 has become the standard in modern day gaming. Installing a single stick of RAM lets you the option to install a further expansion in the future.


Hard disk drive or solid state drive both have their upsides and downsides. However, if you are looking for more budget and more storage options. Then, I would still recommend going for HDD to build your gaming PC. It gives you more storage for your PC at less price. However, HDD is behind when it comes to loading times. You should get at least 1 TB of HDD with 7400 RPM. These days’ hard drives are pretty cheap.

Power supply

The power supply helps you effectively to distribute power to all the components of your PC. I would recommend choosing a 500 W power supply if you are going for an i5 build. However, this may also vary depending on the extra accessories installed on your PC.

The rest of the components are up to you because they won’t affect your gaming performance that much. Thanks for reading!


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