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· A high-capacity processor handles all the computing aspects of games and will reduce loading times dramatically. Look for a good CPU (central processing unit) with a high GHz (gigahertz) speed. A processor with 3.0 or higher GHz should be a good benchmark at which to start. (Different speed requirement for dual or multi core Processor).
· The graphics card is the most important part you need when building a gaming computer. It allows the computer to display the graphics and views you see during games. The graphics card is usually the most expensive part in a gaming computer. A graphics card should have a high FPS (frames per second) and a large amount of memory. A good choice is a card with 80 FPS and 1024 MB (megabytes).
· RAM (random access memory) is the tool that the computer uses to run programs and multitask efficiently while playing games. The general rule is that the more RAM you have, the faster your games will run. Always get the most RAM you can afford. Anything over 2GB of RAM is sufficient. Some games recommended 4GB.
· The motherboard is like the brain of the computer. It helps the other parts in the computer communicate with each other. Without a good motherboard, your gaming computer will suffer in terms of speed and power. You must choose a motherboard that will be compatible with your graphics card and processor.
· The hard drive is important in a gaming computer because it will hold all the games on your computer. Pick a hard drive for the amount of space you need. A hard drive with between 250 and 500 GB is enough. SATA Hard Drive)
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