Organise Your Needs for a Cheap Gaming PC

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September 11, 2015

To organise your needs for a gaming PC that won’t cost thousands, begin by thinking about what kinds of games you’ll be using the PC for.  While this sounds obvious, it’s easy to get caught up in the exciting, intricate, details of the various components, and one can get carried away in things that may

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Is it Time to Ditch Your Laptop for a Desktop Computer?

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September 4, 2015

Perhaps the lightweight portability of a laptop can make a desktop seem like a machine chained to a specific locale, allowing less flexibility.  These days, we tend toward smaller and smaller devices that hold the ability to perform multiple tasks at once, and this feels more efficient.  However, there are quite a few benefits in

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Quiet Silent PCs

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September 4, 2015

We interact with computers so much these days, at home for personal use, at the office for business use, and even sometimes outside if we take work away from work.  Sometimes, it might be nice to have a reprieve from the constant reminder of how much the machine’s working inside.  Do we really always need

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3 Reasons Computer Planet is the Best PC Builder in the UK

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August 28, 2015

Computer Planet is a very comprehensive PC builder.  Our knowledge of all the various forms of hardware components that go into each individual computer for its designed use is extensive and reaches into each of our products.  Here are a few reasons Computer Planet has all your PC needs covered: 1- Customised Options.  With Computer

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What Are the Advantages of a Custom-Built PC For Your Small Business?

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August 28, 2015

Anything custom-built is designed to tailor to specific needs and purposes.  Whatever the nature of your small business may be, a custom-built PC has advantages over a mainstream model.  To buy a non-customised model would mean that you then have to learn how to cater its properties to your business needs, whereas a custom-built one

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What Options Can You Cut to Get a Cheap PC?

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August 21, 2015

PCs come with so many inherent options these days, and what you need depends entirely on how you plan to use your PC.  The first step, then, in figuring out what you can cut back on to save money while purchasing a PC is to think about what its primary function will be.  Will you

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Should You Buy an i5 or an i7 Processor?

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August 14, 2015

Imagine being in the midst of a game with your full attention and concentration, when slowness makes something fuzzy or puts a hitch in it altogether.  It pulls you out of the game in a way that will take time to get back in, and, if the game is being played in live-time, you might

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The Differences Between a Gaming Computer and a Traditional Model

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August 14, 2015

Priorities and functions differ between a gaming computer and a traditional model because their main purposes differ.  In both models, balance is important, but there are different priorities to weigh when considering a gaming PC.  The processor is central to both kinds of computers’ performance levels, though there’s actually more components to balance together to

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Should I Go with a Desktop PC or a Laptop For My Business Needs?

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August 7, 2015

Shopping for the right computer to meet your business needs isn’t easy, but among the first questions you’re likely to ask yourself is the desktop PC vs. laptop question. Given the fact that they’re both fairly comparable in price these days, which one is actually right for your business needs? Start By Thinking About Portability

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USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0 – What’s the Difference and Does It Matter?

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August 5, 2015

You might have noticed by now that computers are set up with USB 3.0 ports and have been for some time. But does this mean that you need to upgrade your old flash drives to the new model? Here are a few ways to determine if you need to upgrade or of the older version

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