What will newbie like us know? What’s more difficult is to start from scratch. I don’t know the usage specs. When choosing a specification that the shop provides, sometimes it doesn’t answer the question because who knows how to use it better than ourselves, right? So today PC Build Wizard will take everyone to know the parts that need to pay attention to organizing a computer. What these parts can do and what criteria should be used when choosing to buy? Let’s start to know:

RAM:-

The area of ​​RAM that can hold instructions or data sets before sending them to the CPU for evaluation is a very important aspect when working with graphics. For moving images, still images and 3D because these jobs focus on transmission. Large amounts of data require users to have a large amount of RAM space to store instructions. The current minimum RAM should not be less than 8GB, even if you are not using it for gaming or working. But it should provide the computer specs for future use as well.

Hard Disk:-

Hard Disk is a memory that is used to save most of the data of the device, such as files and programs, which open to read those data will need the speed of reading this type of memory to send. The data goes to the CPU and RAM as well, so even if the overall performance of the machine has been processed quickly. But if the data is transmitted slowly can still cause inconsistency in the system. At present, these memories will be divided into 2 forms.

  • HHD
  • SSD
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Graphics Card:-

The graphics card (GPU) is the final door in a computer that visually displays what the CPU can process to the user. Usually it is bundled with some CPUs, but that can only be used for displaying different screens, but for animation work or more colorful works and has a larger file size. Of course, you also want a better graphics card. GPUs are home to thousands of tiny CPU-like processors to power the different pixels, and some have their own RAM for smooth processing.

Mainboard:-

Mainboard or Motherboard is the common point of all our chips and applications. It can be said that it determines the maximum speed of the computer at all. Because the motherboard is like a signal link for different chips such as from RAM to CPU, so no matter how slippery your chip is, if the mainboard can send signals slowly, you need to use the speed of the Mainboard anyway, as well as the various ports on the machine that will support anything else.

Tip: Things to surf while looking at the mainboard, is the connector enough, what model of RAM does it support, how much bus speed if we don’t get it? Just ask the person who sells us directly if we are going to buy this RAM and use it with any Mainboard. It will help reduce the hassle a lot.