Custom Computer Building Services
We aim to provide the best custom computers to the Western New York area. If you have any questions feel free to contact us!
We can deliver your computer or you can pick it up.
Our Delivery Area includes Niagara (Lockport, North Tonawanda, Niagara Falls, etc.) and Most of Erie County (Buffalo, Amherst, Tonawanda, Kenmore, Clarence, Etc.).
The Big 4
The CPU is what processes a large majority of information on the computer. Better Processors will undoubtedly provide higher speed for your computer. Though beware just because a CPU has a high GHz does not necessarily mean that it will perform as expected. There are many things to take into consideration when picking your CPU.
This component is responsible for processing the video output of the computer. On the graphics card there can also be dedicated RAM that provides the GPU to process information without using your system's RAM.
This component is what allows each and every component of your computer to interface and communicate with each other! When picking the motherboard there are a few essential things to be mindful for. You must consider what CPU does the socket fit, what RAM can be installed, as well as many other things.
RAM is a memory that provides rapid access to information that is essential for your computer to execute programs. They offer no storage to the user; however, they are vital for proper program functionality.
This is your Hard Drive or Solid State Drive. Now there are key differences between the two but the thing they have in common is that they are the storage center for all the information that is to be stored and saved onto the computer(i.e.: Photos, Documents, Programs, Movies/Videos, and Music).
This is not a physical component for your computer yet it is still a vital component for your computer to run as intended. The current Operating Systems on the market are the following: MacOS, Windows OS, and Linux.
The power supply has a few things you must be aware of such as the power output and the connectors. Not every power supply will be compatible with your computer in terms of connectors so you must make sure your power supply has the necessary connectors. The other is the output of the power supply. If you plan to have a lot of peripherals or some high end components those typically draw more power so you must purchase a higher wattage power supply.