Increase your Computer Performance!
Is your PC running slow? May be its time to change some hardware components in order to get the desired performance! We are here to help which parts you should upgrade in order to unleash your computer capabilities.
Old tech Hard Disk Drives can't provide the desire speeds for optimal performance. Its better to use them as secondary and storage solution.
An SSD equipped PC will boot in less than a minute, and often in few seconds. Programs will pop up like they are already open. Reaching speeds up to 1GB/sec can make your computer faster, launches and runs apps faster, and transfers files faster. An SSD has no moving parts, so it is more likely to keep your data safe in the event that you drop your laptop or your system is shaken about by any reason while it's operating. Hard Drives read/write heads are moving over the drive platter at a distance of a few nanometers when they are in operation. If you're rough on your equipment, an SSD is recommended.
- Boot time
- No noise, No moving parts
Adding more memory is the easiest PC upgrade you can make. It’s affordable, you can do it on almost any machine. Upgrading RAM delivers an instant performance to most PCs that are running slow. For resource hungry tasks like video editing or gaming need more RAM. Even for casual use, extra RAM will enable you to have more apps running in the background and keep a greater number of tabs open in your browser without stalling your computer.
3. GRAPHICs CARD
If you’re a serious gamer then its the first thing you upgrade. Also a 3D modelers, 3D animators and Video Editors, then you should probably need to upgrade your graphics. Despite the fact that integrated graphics performance has been improving, even a good one is about the equivalent of a €100 dedicated graphics card. Upgrading to something like an Nvidia GTX 1060 card for around €300 will give you a big boost in most cases.
4. POWER SUPPLY
As we upgrade our PCs, we almost never reduce the system's overall power consumption along the way. So, after a few significant component upgrades, your machine's power demands could outstrip the capabilities of the power supply that came with the computer. This is especially true for users who upgrade an older graphics board to a newer, more power-hungry board with dual power connectors.
PC’s processor is a far more advanced task than the other upgrades. Not only is it physically trickier if you’re doing it yourself, it’s one of the more expensive upgrades and there are compatibility issues to worry about, too. Usually this upgrade doesn't gives the expected results. So when you feel its time to replace your CPU may be its better to consider replacing your computer system.
Computers need cooling to remove the heat their components generate during use. In addition our country climate requires an extra attention. If your PC gets hot especially if you’re overclocking it you’ll need to think about how you’ll cool it. Heat build-up can actually damage your computer’s hardware or cause it to become unstable.