Configure Your Computer For Gaming

July 24, 2012 by  
Filed under Every thing you Need to Know

In this tutorial we will look for a high-performance of computers for gaming, especially for those games last generation.

The issue of PC games is an issue that even if some may seem minor it is not, or much less. it is this market that has done more for the evolution of computers for gaming, making it ever reaches these higher benefits. And that let the market of graphics cards. be very aware that, unless the market for digital video editing, there is another market that needs higher performance computers in this game. Even the designs of CAD / CAM machines are powerful, especially with graphics performance as high.

Well, let’s see how to configure Computers for gaming.

Box And Power Supply:

If other use of the importance of the power supply is high, this is essential. We must go to a source of high performance (and indeed quality) of at least 600 watts, with specific properties, such as giving food to PCIe graphics directly through a specific connector. Also, the box itself is important in this sector. We will need a box with a good sound and great cooling property, and here we are going to push it to the computer. Available on the market a very wide range of boxes, some are really extreme for this particular market.

Base Plate:

For this use it directly out any plate with integrated graphics, because in no case will give us the benefits we need. There are several plaques on the market designed exclusively for this type of computers, and while not essential to them, whether we squeeze as much as possible with our computer that it is desirable or at least represent a very interesting option. a sample of these plates (which are manufactured for both AMD and Intel) would be the series of Gigabyte G1-Turbo, the Game Edition Asus or DFI Infinity. the most important features to consider is that support dual graphics (SLI or Crossfire) and allow a smooth implementation of over clocking and a high FSB (which is currently located at 2.000MHz in the case of plates for AMD and 1.333MHz Plaque for Intel processors.

Processor:

At AMD, we can choose between AMD64 x2 (5200 +, 5600 + or 6000 +), while Intel can choose one of E65xx, E66XX or E67XX. the most demanding are eligible for the series of Intel Extreme Edition or an AMD FX. it is very important to have an FSB as high as possible.

This section must be borne in mind that very few games that really take advantage of the qualities of a dual-core processor, so if you opt for a low-end processor the game will run worse than a computer with a single-core processor, but a higher frequency.

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