How to Deal With Shopping for Gaming Computers

We all have to deal with the dreaded endless computer companies all vying for our hard earn dollars. Each one promising this and that, which the sole intention of drawing you in, well your cash at least. Sooner or later someone is going to get cheated out his/her money, not from trickery or deceit, but from not knowing which sites gives better deals then the others. Honestly, I personally recommend just going to a sites like Newegg and buying the parts to build their own very cheap gaming computers. But I understand that some just don't want to go through all the trouble. So in this article I was suggest two sites that I know of where you can get a decent already built PC for a decent price. Cheaper then some of the bigger computer manufactures.

First up on the list is Ibuypower, a site dedicated to building the PC of your dreams at a reasonable price. At first glance it may look a little complicated, what with all the options it gives you on which PC build you want to start with. It opens up even more with a bunch of different configuration options depending one which model you selected. Once you get down and dirty with it though, it becomes much easier to figure out what you're doing. I haven't personally ordered anything from them yet, but from what friends have told me, they're a very reliable site. You don't have to take my word for it, but you can at least check the site out and see if it has anything of interest.

Our second contestant is Cyberpower PC, another website that prides itself on allowing the consumer to build the PC of his/her choice at a reasonable price. They currently have a back to school sale going, so those who are interested might want to take them up on that offer. Site is sleek and the presentation is rather unique, though I could understand if one found it overwhelming at first glance. Like Ibuypower, this site gives you an array of different stock builds with the ability to customize it at your digression. From what video card or how many, to which processor you want handling your computer, to even how much memory you want. Everything you could every think of when building a PC is at the tip of your fingers. This is a great site for people who don't want to be bothered with building their own PC.

Now you're probably thinking, 'this is all and good, but how do I know which parts I want to buy'. Well I could personally tell you myself, but we'd be here forever and I'm not the best at explaining which graphics card is the best for your needs. Instead, visit sites like Tomshardware to get your PC building needs. The charts on that site is wonderful, especially if you're interested in finding out which video card is power enough for you at the price of your desire. Just find the most relevant chart, look for the game you're mostly interested in and find the video card with the most acceptable abilities at the price range you're looking for. They also have a forum where you can sign up and get detailed answers to your longing questions.

This isn't a detailed by all end all guide to finding the right company to build your PC. This is more of a first step, a way to show you the path you need to follow to get to the correct destination. Again, my preferred method is to buy your parts online from sites like newegg. If you're interested in very cheap gaming computers, that's the way to go It's much cheaper in the end and easy to do once you do a bit of research. However like I said before, I understand there are a few people who do not want to go down that route, instead preferring to get a trusted company to build the PC for them. Hopefully this short guide here can get you started down the correct path.