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Your central processing unit, or CPU, is often referred to as the computer’s brain. It controls the number of tasks your computer can accomplish at once and how quickly it can complete said tasks.

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Motherboard

The motherboard houses the various components of your gaming PC. It takes the disparate pieces, sits them down in their proper places, and helps them behave well together.

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RAM

While many of us struggle to think of what we ate for lunch yesterday (fish tacos, maybe?), computers equipped with the right memory sticks have rock-solid short-term memories. Random access memory, or RAM, allows computers to access files quickly and run multiple processes at once without lagging.

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GPU

The graphics processing unit, also known as the GPU, graphics card, or video card, is a pretty flashy component. Not only does it look cool, but it makes your games appear photorealistic without crashing your computer or slowing your gameplay.

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It can be tricky to know exactly how much storage you’ll need. Make your best informed guess. Look at how much space your current list of games requires and use this number as a benchmark.

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You’re going to need to harness the power of electricity to bring your PC to life. This is where a quality power supply unit, or PSU, comes into play.

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Case
Case

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