Custom Build Gaming Rig

Written by Felix Nova on Tue, Apr 6, 2010 2:04 PM

There are lots of good reasons to build your next gaming rig yourself or getting a specialist to do the skilled work for you; you could get better value components, you can be sure of the component quality and also know which parts fit and perform better with others. The down side is that it can take some time to get right and if you damage any part during the build it can set you back financially.

Game-Debate HQ houses a couple of custom builds used for game reviewing and we have often found that the systems we have built ourselves last a good time longer than a store built one as well as offering better than average performance for our money.

Here is a nice article about modern custom builds.

And of course no custom built pc is complete without first checking it over with the free tools on offer at www.pc-specs.com

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