Useful Tips for Building the Ultimate High-End Gaming System on a Budget
The key to building a successful machine is spending a lot of time in the design phase.
A custom-built computer should be fast, powerful, stable, quiet, and aesthetically pleasing.
Remember, you're only as quiet as your loudest fan.
When building a custom machine, know your materials. Aluminum casing is significantly lighter than steel, and it also dissipates case heat more quickly. Only pure copper should be used for a high-performance heat sink.
By choosing high-performance components, you can achieve a better "feel," while saving thousands of dollars over mass-market gaming rigs like those from Dell.
A custom gaming system should not only perform well on the inside, but look spectacular on the outside.