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A personal computer that resides in one location with its core components inside a case separate to third-party peripherals required for operation, such as a mouse, keyboard, and monitor.

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I need to buy new computer how i buy mid range computer for gaming i live in Australia thank you

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Hi,

Might depend on if you want to buy ready built or custom build yourself.

There are PC stores that supply both options. (example only to show what is available - not a recommendation either way for the supplier- good or bad)

There are more online as well so do your research as to what you want the PC to do.

If a custom build then these are general comments only as it is a bit subjective as to what exact components would be the best but gaming is system resource hungry so that means having enough power, good graphics, enough memory and a good CPU and motherboard that ties it all together so that you get good performance and will do for a few years into the future

Set yourself a price limit that you’re happy to spend and then get a PSU that can handle the GPU card that you decide on (check GPU specifications) with at least a +20% margin so that it is not being worked at the upper limits of its output and can handle further upgrades to the system e.g. more SSD for storage or better GPU card etc

Make sure that the PC can be upgraded so that it is a bit future proof e.g. add more ram by knowing how much ram the motherboard supports.

If pre-built then it should be ready to go, but remember it is built to a price so you still need to do the research on what you’re getting. There’s a ton of information online to help you decide whether one component is better than another.

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Desktop PCs are the preferred computers of PC gamers, since they are easily upgradable and have room to pack some serious power. While gaming desktops can easily do all the things standard home computers can do.

Here are some of the most important things to consider.

  1. CPU
  2. Graphics Card / GPU / Graphics Memory
  3. RAM
  4. Storage Drive
  5. Monitor Display Panel Type
  6. Monitor Screen Size and Resolution
  7. Monitor Refresh Rate
  8. Response Time
  9. Adaptive Sync
  10. Cooling and Noise

Each answer to a question will change which type of computer you’re looking for.

  • Are you buying a PC just to play one game, or do you intend on playing many?
  • What are these games?
  • Are those games graphically demanding?
  • Do you want to have a future-proofed PC that can play triple-A titles with high-end graphics for years to come?
  • Do you intend to do anything other than play games on your PC, such as streaming or video rendering?
  • Do you want to play games on the go, do you travel often, or would you want a more permanent rig at home?

If you intend to primarily play an older game like Overwatch or Rainbow Six Siege, you wouldn’t need something incredibly powerful to run your game, even at the highest graphical settings. If you want to dive into newer games, like the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077ControlFinal Fantasy XXIV, and more, you’ll need a beefier setup. If you travel a lot, there are strong contenders for gaming laptops. And if you want to multitask to stream or work, you’ll want a computer with a specific type of processor.

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