Whether you're building or buying, the perfect computer isn't necessarily the product of the most expensive parts. Your perfect spec list makes up the machine that works best for you and your budget. Here's how to put it together.
Author: Dave Melchiore
So the time has come to build a new PC, and you already have a good idea of how you want it to perform. Perhaps you already know exactly what components you are going to put in your case, but what about the case itself? If you need help sifting through the myriad choices available to computer builders, this article will be of benefit to you. After you have read the article, exploit the information you have gleaned by checking out Xoxide.com’s vast selection of PC Cases.
The article gives specs and sizes of computer cases.
Here is a link to a chart of the parts needed for various price ranges of computers "PC Buying Guide"
Choosing a graphics card and knowing what graphics card you need to suit your needs is very difficult. This page will explain how to determine those needs and how to choose a video card according to them. Do you use your computer for high-end gaming or are you just surfing the net? These are the questions you will need to ask yourself."
Checking Parts Compatibility
There is a website that you can go to to check the compatibility of the computer parts before you order the parts. The website is called GooeyPC.