Comet Pro Medium Gaming PC i5-10400
INTEL® CORE™ I5-10400 PROCESSOR 12M CACHE, UP TO 4.30 GHZ
CPU COOLER HEATSINC WITH RGB
ASUS MOTHERBOARD B460M
RAM CRUCIA BALLISTIX 8GB DDR4 3000MHZ
SSD 120GB SATA 2.5 INTERNAL
HDD – SEAGATE 1TB BARRACUDA
NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX1660 6GB 2X OC GRAPHICS CARD GIGABYTE
ATX-RGB ATX MID-TOWER TEMPERED GLASS CASE
POWER SUPPLY 650WATS
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 10 PRO TRAIL
USB WIRELESS ADAPTER
Comet Pro Medium Gaming PC
Building your own gaming PC can be one of the most rewarding experiences, not just the satisfaction of completing a build and turning it on, but the feeling you get every time you game. Playing on a machine you built yourself is a special feeling.
Before you can get started, you’ll need to consider your budget. If you want to keep costs down, you’ll need to think about the essential parts and the ones that aren’t easy to upgrade in future. No point in building a good PC now that you’ll have to abandon in a year or two because the foundations are massively out of date.
If you’re looking to save money, you don’t necessarily need the newest and best parts either. Older generations of CPU, motherboard and more might be cheaper but still work well enough to last you for a long time.
It’s worth spending extra on the core parts of the machine at the start. You can always add more RAM, a better graphics card or more hard drive storage at a later date if you need to.
Comet Pro Medium Gaming PC Depending on your budget, you’ll need numerous components to craft your new gaming PC. It’s really important to do your research first to make sure everything fits and will work together and you don’t waste money on things you don’t need.