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AMD Ryzen 5 5600G

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MSI B550M PRO-VDH WIFI

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ADATA SPECTRIX D35G 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4

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DarkFlash DK100 ATX Case

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PNY NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060

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AMD Ryzen 5 5500

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Gigabyte B550M K

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Antec NX200M RGB Micro ATX Case

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CREATOR
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PNY NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060

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AMD Ryzen 5 7500F

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MSI MAG B650M MORTAR WIFI 

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ASUS Prime AP201 Micro ATX Case

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MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti

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AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

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MSI MAG B650M MORTAR WIFI

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MSI MAG PANO M100R PZ Micro ATX Case

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NIGHTFALL PLUS
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PNY NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti

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AMD Ryzen 5 7500F

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MSI Pro B650M-P

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Lian Li Air Mini ATX Case

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ICEBOX PLUS
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Pristine Airflow - Up To 6 RGB Fans

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RAZE PLUS
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Extreme Airflow - Front Mesh Design

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OUR GUIDE TO FINDING THE BEST GAMING PC FOR YOU

Forget game crashes and low frame rates – it's time to level up your gaming experience with the ultimate custom-built gaming PC! But before you embark on this epic joruney for the perfect gaming desktop, remember: the best build isn't about raw power, it's about collaboration. It's about tailoring every component – CPU, GPU, RAM, storage, cooling – to your unique gaming style and budget, creating a symphony of performance that delivers stunning visuals in smooth, buttery frames.

Whether you're a seasoned fragger dominating leaderboards or a story-driven adventurer exploring vast open worlds, this guide will be your trusty companion, helping you navigate the exciting world of both budget-friendly gaming PCs and top-ranked prebuilt gaming PCs. From uncovering specs like CPU cores and GPU clock speeds to exploring cooling solutions and RGB lighting options, we'll cover everything you need to know to build the PC that perfectly matches your playstyle and budget. Lets begin!

Preparation: 

What kind of games do you play?

Knowing Your Priorities

First-Person Shooter (FPS): Think Counter-Strike or Valorant? Prioritise high refresh rates (144Hz+) and smooth performance. Look for CPUs with strong single-core performance and GPUs that excel in frame rates.

Open-World Adventures: Immersed in Cyberpunk or Starfield? You will need a powerful GPU like the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti or AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT. If you want to play at 4K resolution, you'll need an even more powerful GPU like the RTX 3080 or RX 6800 XT. Consider overclocking your CPU and GPU for even better performance, but only if you are comfortable doing so.

Preparation:

Which one is best for you?

CUSTOM PC VS. PRE-BUILT PC

Building your own gaming PC can feel exciting - constructing your ultimate gaming experience, tailored to your exact needs and aesthetic desires. The freedom of customisation reigns supreme: choose every component, from the CPU's raw power to the case's RGB glow. Venturing down the custom-built path requires technical know-how, time for research and assembly, and troubleshooting skills for potential hiccups.

Pre-built PCs offer instant gratification and peace of mind. At Nebula, we meticulously assemble each gaming PC, then they are tested and ready to go. Warranty support is readily available, and the convenience factor can't be ignored. But pre-builts often come with compromises - individual component choices might be limited, sacrificing some customisation potential.

Here at Nebula, we understand both perspectives. We offer a diverse selection of pre-built gaming PCs, meticulously crafted with high-performance components and sleek designs. Each machine is rigorously tested and backed by our exceptional customer support. But for the DIY enthusiasts, we also provide a custom build service. Tell us your budget, performance goals, and desired aesthetics, and our expert team will curate the perfect PC for you, complete with assembly and testing. So, whether you're a seasoned builder or a tech-savvy adventurer, we have the solution to help you embark on your gaming journey.

step 1: choosing your cpu

Which CPU do you need? AMD Ryzen or Intel?

Think of the CPU as your PC's brain, handling game logic and multitasking. For esports and strategy games, prioritise high clock speeds (e.g., Intel Core i5-13600K, AMD Ryzen 7 7700X). For demanding AAA titles with complex simulations, consider higher core counts (e.g., Intel Core i7-13700K, AMD Ryzen 9 7950X).

Choosing between AMD Ryzen and Intel CPUs for your gaming PC can be a close call. AMD typically shines in multi-core performance and affordability, making them great for multitasking and budget-conscious gamers. Ryzen CPUs excel in titles that benefit from multiple cores, like open-world games. Intel counters with stronger single-core performance, crucial for high frame rates in fast-paced esports titles like CS:GO. Their CPUs often boast higher clock speeds and better integrated graphics, but come at a premium. Ultimately, the "best" choice depends on your budget, gaming habits, and specific title preferences. Research your favourite games' recommended specs and consider your multitasking needs to make an informed decision.

step 2: choosing your gpu

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Series or AMD RX Series?

The latest battleground on the graphics card scene pits NVIDIA's RTX 40 Series against AMD's RX 7000 Series. Both boast performance leaps over their previous generations, but cater to different strengths. NVIDIA's focus lies on raw power and cutting-edge features. Their RTX 4090 reigns supreme for high-resolution gaming and demanding tasks, while the RTX 4080 and 4070 families offer various performance tiers with AI-powered DLSS 3 for boosted frame rates. However, these cards come at a premium price and can be hard to find. 

AMD counters with value and efficiency. Their RX 7900 XTX offers compelling 4K performance at a more attractive price tag, and the RX 7800 XT provides solid mid-range power. Their FSR upscaling technology competes with DLSS, but isn't yet as widely supported. Ultimately, the choice depends on your priorities. If raw power and bleeding-edge tech are your game, NVIDIA may be the way to go, but if value and efficiency are key, AMD might be the better fit. Remember to consider availability and individual game support when making your decision.

step 3: choosing your ram

How to know how much RAM you need

Determining the appropriate amount of RAM for your gaming PC involves considering factors such as the types of games you play, your monitor's resolution, and your multitasking habits. 

For casual gaming and basic usage at 1080p, 8GB of RAM is generally sufficient, though it is considered the absolute minimum for basic gaming and may struggle with newer titles or multitasking. While a more robust setup for mid-range gaming at 1080p to 1440p may benefit from 16GB. If you engage in high-end gaming, content creation, or work with higher resolutions like 1440p or 4K, opting for 32GB or more can provide the necessary headroom.

Future-proofing considerations should also be taken into account, anticipating potential increases in software demands. Ensure compatibility with the specific games and applications you intend to use, and stay informed about evolving technology standards and trends.

step 4: choosing your storage

SSDs vs HDDs

When building a gaming PC, you have two main storage options: Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) and Solid State Drives (SSDs). Each has its own set of pros and cons, which will affect your final decision based on budget, performance needs, and priorities.

Hard Disk Drives (HDDs):

PROS

CONS


Affordable: Significantly cheaper than SSDs per gigabyte of storage.

Slow: Much slower read and write speeds compared to SSDs, leading to longer loading times, slower boot times, and potential stutters during gameplay.


Large capacities: Available in capacities up to 10TB, ideal for storing large game libraries.

Noisier: Can generate noticeable clicking and whirring sounds due to mechanical parts.


Low power consumption: Use less power than SSDs, potentially benefitting battery life in laptops.

More fragile: More susceptible to physical damage and data loss due to mechanical components.

Solid State Drives (SSDs):

PROS

CONS


Fast: Significantly faster read and write speeds compared to HDDs, resulting in drastically shorter loading times, faster boot times, and smoother gameplay.

Expensive: More expensive per gigabyte than HDDs, especially for larger capacities.


Silent: Operate silently due to no moving parts.

Limited capacities: Typically reach up to 4TB, though higher capacities are emerging.


Durable: More resistant to physical damage and data loss compared to HDDs.

Higher power consumption: Use more power than HDDs, potentially impacting battery life in laptops.

Choosing the right option:

For budget-conscious gamers with large game libraries, an HDD might be sufficient. Combine it with an SSD for the operating system and frequently played games for a balance of affordability and performance.

For gamers prioritising speed and responsiveness, an SSD is highly recommended. Consider an NVMe SSD for even faster performance at a higher cost.

Ultimately, the best storage option depends on your individual needs and budget. Weigh the pros and cons of each option to find the optimal solution for your gaming PC.

step 5: choosing your case

Display case or minimalist case? ATX or Micro ATX? Mesh or Glass?

Choose a case with good airflow and enough space for future upgrades. Pre-built cases with RGB lighting add a touch of personalisation and visual flair.

step 6: choosing your cooling

Air Cooler or Liquid Cooler?

Proper cooling is crucial for optimal performance and component longevity. Stock coolers work for budget builds, but aftermarket air coolers or liquid cooling offer better performance and quieter operation, especially when pushing high clock speeds.

step 7: your peripherals

Monitor

This is where the magic unfolds! Choose a display with a refresh rate matching your GPU's capabilities. Consider resolution based on your GPU power and desired visuals – remember, higher resolutions demand more processing power.

Keyboard and Mouse

Invest in comfortable and responsive peripherals that suit your playstyle. Mechanical keyboards offer satisfying clicky feedback, while gaming mice boast high DPI sensors for precise aiming. Experiment and find what feels right for you!

Headset or Speakers

Immerse yourself in the game's auditory world! Choose a comfortable headset with good audio quality and a microphone (if needed) for communication. Alternatively, high-quality speakers create a room-filling experience, perfect for single-player immersion.

BEST workstation Pc considerations

When choosing a workstation PC, understanding your specific needs and workflow is crucial. Here are some key considerations to guide your decision:

1. Performance requirements

What software will you primarily use? Demanding applications like video editing, 3D rendering, or AI-related tasks require powerful processors (CPU) and graphics cards (GPU). Lighter tasks like web browsing or document editing can handle less demanding configurations.

Do you need single-core or multi-core performance? Single-core speed matters for tasks like responsiveness and light multitasking, while multi-core excels in parallel processing of complex tasks.

How much RAM do you need? 16GB is a good starting point for most users, but heavy multitaskers or those working with large datasets might benefit from 32GB or more.

2.STORAGE OPTIONS

How much storage do you need? Consider the size of your files and how quickly you need to access them. SSDs offer fast boot times and application loading, while HDDs provide larger capacity for bulk storage. You might consider a combination of both.

Do you need specific data security features? If you handle sensitive data, look for workstations with features like hardware encryption and secure boot.

3. Upgradability

Will you need to add more RAM, storage, or other components in the future? Choose a case and motherboard that offer easy access and space for upgrades.

Do you need specific ports or connection options? Ensure the workstation has the necessary ports for your peripherals and displays.

4. User Experience

What form factor do you prefer? Towers offer more expandability, while smaller form factors save space but might limit upgrade options.

Consider the noise level. Liquid cooling may be quieter than traditional air cooling, especially under heavy workloads.

Choose a comfortable keyboard and mouse for extended use.

5. Budget and Warranty

Set a realistic budget. Consider not just the initial cost but also potential upgrades and software licenses.

Compare warranty options. Look for comprehensive warranties with on-site repair or replacement services.