06 Jan

PC Gaming Now!!!

PC gaming had been around for a very long time. But for many it has been a niche. The console has dominated for decades as the platform for your average gamer. Price point is a huge inhibitor. To really get into PC gaming you need at least a GTX 960 which costs about $200 bucks. A nice set of headphones, a decent gaming keyboard and mouse, a decent monitor – here GamingBuff recommends Asus, Acer, AOC and BenQ, Windows license, XBox PC controller, and you’re at at least at $1000. However, while the barrier to entry is high, the rewards are even higher. Your experience will be more complete as you will have access to far more games than what the console provides. You also have a full blown computer at your disposal which can give you access to more content and more productivity than you’d get on the current generation of consoles. If considered were any better, they’d just be computers. The current consoles are locked down computers as they are.

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Computer Repair for PC Gaming

Pc gaming is something that once you get into it, you won’t go back. It’s a totally different world than what the uninitiated is used to. As your horizons expand you will find yourself enriched in a new culture that provides ample opportunity for growth and learning. You will defiantly become more techy and tech savvy.
If you haven’t done so already, get yourself a gaming computer.
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Comments (2)

February 6, 2016 Reply

My gaming rig definitely needs an update!

February 6, 2016 Reply

Although I am not much of a gamer, I must agree with the logic. Having a gaming PC allows you to game as if you were on a console (albeit an awesome console with out-of-this world graphics) while still having the functionality of a full PC. We're talking eliminating the need for the console and a smart-tv or smart-tv add-on technology (Apple TV, Fire Stick, Roku, etc.). They're also easily upgradable, so you will have the newest technology whenever you want!

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