We have been building custom office systems for years, we know what parts go best and are the most cost effective for our clients, we also know that sometimes space is an issue so build custom slimline systems that can really fit anywhere.
Home User Systems
We build our home user systems to the same high spec as our office builds, however we know that home users may want to play a few games here and there, and therefore can offer upgrades before the build goes ahead, such as dedicated
Graphics, higher memory etc.
We provide gaming systems specifically upon request and these machines have everything you could need when it comes to a custom built machine, not only do they perform to perfection, they also can be fitted with full RGB fans, LED’s
and custom lighting.
The parts that go into a computer system are so, so important, we are always amazed how many people pop down to their local computer store and pick up any computer “That looks like one” we then receive a phone call asking for help as the system does not do this and that and is really quite slow…
Honestly I ask people everyday that if you must but a computer online or in a “local store” to call us while they are there and not be sold to, as all to often people come out with software they don’t need, is not compatible and was just an up sell by the store to earn a bit more commission, we will happily advise you free of charge on what system is the right one to buy, all we ask in return is that you consider us for any further I.T. support you may need in the future, simple right?
A custom computer build refers to the process of selecting and assembling individual components, such as the CPU, GPU, motherboard, and memory, to create a unique and personalized computer. This is in contrast to purchasing a pre-built computer from a manufacturer, which comes with a set configuration of components.
Custom computer builds offer several benefits over pre-built computers. One of the main benefits is that they allow for greater customization and flexibility. Users can choose the specific components that best meet their needs, such as a high-end GPU for gaming or a powerful CPU for video editing. Additionally, custom builds can often be more cost-effective than pre-built computers, as users can select components that fit within their budget.
The process of building a custom computer typically starts with selecting a CPU, which is the brain of the computer and is responsible for processing data. Once the CPU is chosen, the next step is to select a motherboard, which serves as the main circuit board in the computer and connects all the other components together.
After the motherboard is chosen, the user can select the amount of memory (RAM) they want and the type of storage they want to use, either a Solid State Drive (SSD) or a Hard Disk Drive (HDD). Following that, the user can select a GPU, which is responsible for rendering images and graphics.
Once all the components have been chosen and purchased, the user can then assemble the computer. This typically involves installing the CPU onto the motherboard, connecting the memory and storage, and installing the GPU. It is important to follow the instructions that come with the components and use the proper tools to avoid damaging the components.
After the computer is assembled, the user can then install an operating system, such as Windows or Linux, and install any necessary software.
In summary, custom computer builds offer greater flexibility and cost-effectiveness compared to pre-built computers. Building a custom computer requires choosing and assembling the right components and following proper instructions, but can result in a personalized and powerful machine.
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