What is a Gaming PC?

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Leonardo Santos, Journalist

A gaming PC is widely used nowadays, mostly by teenagers and children, who use it to play games. Additionally, adults also use PCs, just often not not gaming PCs because the “gamer” PC is made to run things easier and mainly to run games without difficulty. People who don’t use it to play games prefer to buy normal PCs because it’s cheaper than gamer ones, but the gamer can run things much more easily than a normal PC. And what is needed if you want to build your own gaming PC? What are the requirements?

Processor. This is the part of the PC that determines how the system works in the software, such as speed and ability to perform tasks without headaches.

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Video card.

Motherboard.

RAM memory.

HD or SSD.

Cabinet.

Monitor.

Remember that the “monitor” is necessary because for the PC gamer you have to buy the screen.

It seems simple to assemble a gaming PC, doesn’t it? It’s actually not that simple, and it takes a lot of experience to assemble a PC or a gaming PC, sometimes, even a course is necessary. However there are people who learn over time. But what does each piece do? This is a little difficult to explain, but when you understand it it will be much easier to work with computers. I will tell you what each piece does.

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Processor: Basically, a processor is a powerful calculating machine: it receives a certain volume of data, oriented in the binary pattern 0 and 1, and has the function of responding to this volume, processing the information based on instructions stored in its internal memory.

 

Video Card: In addition to fulfilling a basic image display function, a video card can also be used to run games and software that require a lot of visual processing. Occasionally, a graphics card can also be used as an auxiliary in some programs, usually as “hardware acceleration”.

 

Motherboard: It is the system that unites all the components of a computer, allowing them to work in an organized way. Your network cards all items and networks that allow the exchange of information between memories, storage systems, and more storage.

 

RAM memory: RAM memory is responsible for storing information in the system and for running applications or operating the operating system itself. This part even facilitates the processor’s work, which can access essential data more quickly.

 

HDD OR SSD: SSD (Solid State Drive) is a storage device that has the same function as an HD (hard disk): they save operating system files, apps, documents, and games.

 

Cabinet: Cabinet is basically where all the pieces and parts of the computer are organized.

 

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Monitor: The monitor is where you can transfer after you have your PC screen ready.