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Clondalkin, Dublin

About building custom pc
Whether you’re planning your first build or just looking to upgrade your old gaming set-up, embarking on a budget gaming PC build can be pretty daunting. Putting together a rig that can play the newest game at high specs while keeping the cost down is undoubtedly a challenge. And while it’s generally quite effortless to find deals on many components, the tricky bit is knowing which parts will work well together to make the most out of your budget gaming PC build.

Professionalism and quality guarantee.
As with any PC build, research is vital. Grabbing a good deal on a typically pricey component is excellent, but just because it fits your budget, it doesn’t necessarily mean it will work well with the rest of the machine. We’re using most of the money on the CPU and GPU because these will make the most difference to the overall performance. That doesn’t mean we’ve scraped the bottom of the barrel for other components, though.

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