When you go to modify a component that has become particularly obsolete while the others can still fit, you create the famous conflict and therefore you are forced to replace everything. PC Power Up avoids this risk by offering PC components for gaming based on the hardware availability present but always with an eye to the future.
The hardware market like the world of videogames is constantly evolving and to keep up and fully enjoy every emotion that the game experienced through technologies can give us, it is advisable to have a machine that is as elastic and expandable as possible.
SSD or HDD Storage Hard Drive:-
If you want to do well with the PC build instructions, it will be impossible without SSD and HDD storage hard drives. SSD hard drives play an important role in increased game loading capacity. Currently, SSD hard drives have two protocols, SATA and NVMe.
SATA is known as an old protocol with relatively stable performance. And NVMe is new and is combined with PCI Express interface for the purpose of increasing bandwidth and response time is also much faster when compared to SATA.
When choosing SSD and HDD today, prioritize low-capacity SSD hard drives combined with HDD drives. This not only helps to increase storage capacity, but also ensures performance.
This is the most important question: what resolution do you want to reach? The most common resolutions are Full HD (1920 x 1080), QHD (2560 x 1440), and 4K (3840 x 2160). Most televisions and displays sold in the last 10 years support only Full HD. You will notice some loss of visual fidelity in Full HD, compared to higher resolutions.
Many gaming monitors support QHD, which is a noticeable improvement in fidelity over Full HD displays. We have 4K resolution in almost all current televisions and it means quadrupling the pixel density of a normal PC.
The kind of screen you have or want to buy will have a significant effect on the hardware specifications of your PC. The reason is that higher resolutions require more power from the equipment.
Let’s also note the two most top-end processors that you could afford today – this is the Intel Core i7 10700k – this processor is an interesting solution for your money, it will have 8 cores 16 threads and a new interesting architecture from Intel. The processor itself turned out to be very successful, but it also costs about half of an average PC. Suitable for a long-term period of operation and will keep top performance in its segment for a long time.
However, AMD Ryzen 5000 series processor line starts with the Ryzen 5 5600X with 6 cores and 12 threads and ends with the Ryzen 9 5950X with 16 cores and 32 threads. Ryzen 9 is overkill for gaming, go for Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7. Ryzen processors deliver high performance in multi-threaded tasks.
At the end of the guide we will be able to understand if our PC is suitable to play a particular game, if it is able to play all the games (even the newest ones) or if we need some hardware update.