Buying a PC can be a really hectic work. You need to be careful of every aspect and hardware that you buy. But it is not as difficult as it seems to assemble the components for your new computer.
However, there are 6 important pointers to keep in mind when you're out purchasing everything from scratch.
Processors are not always right from the numbers. Knowing which processor is the best suited for your new system will take a lot of time if you go deep into the technical performance of it. Hence, it is advised that you buy a chipset based on a rough assumption of the speed you want.
RAM memory can help a lot to get great performance, but it is not only the larger memory that counts. As RAMs are the most affordable component that goes into a computer, it would be wise to buy a cheap but faster RAM model.
Long lasting hard drives
The primary component after the motherboards and CPU that you need to be really careful about are your hard drives. Getting a hard drive with higher read and write speeds would be preferable even though the storage capacity is smaller.
If speed doesn't matter at all, you can scourge the net for the best ones available and see which one are getting better reviews.
Crystal clear display
It's not just important to know if a display is able to handle FullHD (or if you're into gaming it should be capable of 4K), but connectivity ports and its design is important too. Ensure you get a good idea about some of the monitors available on the market and check up their user reviews.
Yes, you can get a lot of cheap laptops with good specs. But these systems may not always give you the performance as written on paper. If you're not planning to assemble a system, then researching a lot on the system that you want to use will have to be done carefully.
If you ever see 'Extended Warranty' written when out shopping for a desktop, laptop or component, remember that there is always a terms and conditions clause that controls it. You cannot take such warranties for granted.