Gaming on a pc

Gaming on a pc

Gaming on a pc

 

    Hey guys, hope everyone is getting ready for thanksgiving this week! I would like to welcome you all back to my Computer and Consumer Electronics blog! This has been an exciting week for me. I recently went out and got all the components to upgrade my home computer to be the ultimate gaming machine.I plan to buy myself and HTC Vibe for christmas so I needed to upgrade my PC a little bit, but I decided to essentially redo the whole machine after finding new parts. The only thing I kept the same was my case, as It was one I picked out when I built the machine years ago. It’s just so much better to build the machine yourself and pick out all the parts individually. You can find stuff that work together better, optimize everything down to the smallest fraction of a millisecond and it's way, way cheaper.

 

Water Cooled

    I bought all of my gaming components online, some used and some new. The only thing I bought used was an older era graphics card so that I could try and have all the older game I am playing look vintage, and it was super cheap meaning I can give my good graphics card a rest. One of the most important things with gaming Pc’s however is cooling. I have liquid cooling running through the entire system, with hopes to change it from a water based solution to a nitrogen based. I have seen it done before, It can be extremely expensive and the solution can be dangerous in the event of a leak, but it can also react with copper diodes in the wiring to make a glowing track of liquid through the PC. I don't think I will be able to do this until they have found something colder to use,  but it would be cool!

 

Water cooledGaming Pc