Building A Powerful Computer

The world is more digital and tech-focused than it ever has been, and with that comes the ability to build rigs that are fit for purpose and completely personalized.


Building a powerful computer that can do anything from mining crypto to having max settings on your favorite games isn’t as hard as you think – although one of those takes a lot more power than the other. 

So, how do you build a super-powered(ish) computer? Well you could enroll with an online tutor who specialises in computing. Or if you feel brave and tech savvy then give it a go your self.


The bigger the brain, the more the computer will be able to do. The CPU is what gives the computer the ability to carry out all of the requests you throw at it. AMD and Intel are the go-to CPU options, and you are looking to have a good clock speed, the highest core count, and the newest generation. 

Good examples are the Intel Core i9-134900k or the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X. 


Have you ever been doing something and you can’t quite remember something? Well, you can’t afford that to happen to a computer that is in the middle of a task – so what you want to do has as much RAM as you can afford. The RAM is where all the temporary data is stored when you are doing things on the computer. Let’s say you want to have music playing your games; you might also have something like Discord or teams working at the same time. 

Demanding applications are going to need something like 64GB of RAM, but for moderate usage, you can work with 32 GB. 

Corsair is one of the most popular brands for RAM, specifically the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro SL or the Crucial Ballistix MAX. 


The motherboard and the processor (CPU) need to be compatible, and it is a mistake that many people who are building a rig for the first time get wrong. The motherboard is what connects all your components, like your chipset, form factor, and CPU. 

If you get stuck with compatibility, you can find an online guide that will make sure you get the right thing. A couple of highly rated and recommended motherboards are the Gigabyte Z690 AORUS, or the ASUS ROG Strix ZX690-A Gaming WiFi.


Choose a storage solution that suits your needs. SSDs (Solid State Drives) offer faster boot times and application loading, while HDDs (Hard Disk Drives) can be cheaper – so if you are on a budget, it can help. Consider a combination of SSD and HDD or a good combo that offers power and speed.  

Here are some of the best SSDs on the market: Samsung 980 Pro, WD Black SN850X, and Seagate FireCuda 530. Recommended HDD options include Western Digital Blue WD10S400, Seagate Barracuda Compute, and the Toshiba P300.


A dedicated graphics card is a must for those heavy (but fun) tasks like gaming, editing videos, and graphic design. Select a GPU based on your performance requirements and budget. Good card options include NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti.

And that is almost it! Throw in a couple of good peripherals, and you’re all set. The right gear will mean you are ready for new advancements in the gaming sector.

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