Well it is what it sounds like. It's a gaming PC that is as cheapest as it could possibly be. The PC sacrifices some of its graphics and speed for massive savings on price. So the trade off for minimal amounts of speed for a large savings is well worth it to all PC gamers alike. Consumers who spend exceeding amounts of money on PC's are typically PC enthusiasts and enjoy the structure and construction of PC's in addition to their gaming. However, you are probably not one of those people, you are here solely for the games.
So, now that we know what a budget gaming PC is, how do we go about getting the best bang for our buck? To maximize on the amount of money we save? Well, this is a rather cumbersome task, it requires lots of research on benchmarks of current parts and price research on numerous sites including newegg.com, tigerdirect.com, amazon.com, and some obscure sites that are just offering some great deals. In addition, every month, prices are constantly lowering as more and more parts are being released and out dating previous models. It becomes rather difficult to keep up with and takes hours of research to finally settle on the perfect budget gaming PC.
But this is why I'm here. My friends and I are what I defined earlier, PC enthusiasts. We enjoy the structure and construction of PC's and we do spend excluding amounts of money on PC's. This in effect means we do lots of research on lots of parts and understand which parts are better than others. In addition we also sell PC's to customers and we research cheap parts. So what I'm trying to say is that, my combined knowledge of intensively researching parts and selling PC's to consumers means I have an inherent knowledge of the best budget gaming PC's. This is knowledge I can return to you guys.
You guys have probably seen sites that advertise custom gaming PC's. They seem fine and dandy, putting together the rigor of gaming hardware all inside an aesthetic gaming case. It costs an extra $ 50-100 and that may be no big deal to you. But let me tell you why it's essential to build your own PC. First of all, you'll know what's exactly inside of it. Secondly, you'll understand how a PC works – building a PC requires a knowledge of how all its parts function. Thirdly, you'll be able to troubleshoot your PC and figure out which parts are causing problems and replace that individual part instead of recycling the whole darn thing and purchasing a new one. It's always in your best interest to build your own PC from hand-picked parts.
Source by John Dover III