Buying new PC ? Be careful with priority levels of these components

Posted By: KP On May 4, 2009 Under Computer Hardware, Electronic Products Categories


Many people ask me for configuration of new PC when they going to buy new one.Choosing components of PC is main thing for performance boost.You should maintain below priority levels when you choose them.

Processor : However you extend other parts of your system unit,If the processor is weak no use of it.So its the main part of your system.Choose a good latest processor with a good speed.2.8 GHz or higher.Buy a processor with big cache memory.Also a high bit processor is a good processor.

Motherboard : Motherboard is for booting,centering all components connected.You should buy a latest motherboard that can support upcoming processors.So in case if you want to upgrade your CPU you don’t need to buy motherboard at that time.Also your motherboard should have good number of PCI slots, so that you can connect a good number of PCI cards.

RAM : Random Access Memory is useful to store your work temporary.Its the space where your running application,data is stored . You as high RAM you will buy that big programs you can run easily.So its the 2nd criteria after CPU.

Graphics Card : Graphics memory comes in built in motherboard.But if you are a graphics designer,gamer,technical artist you may need extra high graphics memory.For this you can buy graphics card.

PCI Cards :This cards may include TV tuner , Modem if you need them (optional)

DVD Writer : DVD/CD writer if needed.

Many other components there but these are main,Hope the post helped you.



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  1. andy
    Aug 19, 2011 at 13:17:41
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    Not enough info….something with model no and price ‘ll be more appreciated

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