Desktop/Laptop Brands

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  1. OreoOreo

    OreoOreo New Member
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    Hello, if you guys have any answers, can you give me the best brand for any Desktop or Laptops? Anyways thanks! :)
     
  2. Brizzledrawnout

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    If you're looking into a gaming desktop/laptop, consider these brands from greatest to least in each category. If you're looking to get into games like GTA V, Battlefield, or Overwatch; consider investing about $1,500 in your build with a recommendation of a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 or greater GPU and 500 GB or greater SSD. If your goal is to get better frames on games such as Minecraft and not much else, $750+ would suffice and will most definetly get you into the Nvidia Geforce 1060 range which is more than enough in that case (No SSD recommended unless included).

    SSD - Solid State Drive. Faster load times than a normal mechanical hard drive that the majority of PCs have.

    Desktop

    - Ibuypower (Great deals usually year round)
    - Falcon Northwest (4.5/5 cust service)
    - DigitalStorm (Comparable to Ibuypower)
    - OriginPC (Pricey, but professional)
    - MSI (Buy from Ibuypower, XoticPC)
    - Asus (Better laptops than desktops)
    - Alienware (Innovating, but performance suffers)
    - Acer (Great price, but barely in the gaming range)

    *If you want to build your own desktop
    - Case (Chassis) - Corsair, CoolerMaster
    - Parts - Newegg.com
    - GPU - EVGA or MSI Nvidia GeForce Graphics
    - Power Supply- In most cases 700W-900W, Newegg.com

    Laptop
    - MSI (From experience, amazing laptops!)
    - Ibuypower (Great deals, several brands)
    - Asus (ROG Republic of Gamers Laptops are the next big thing)
    - Aorus (Pricey, but worth it)
    - Alienware (Well-known, but overated)
    - OriginPC (Very pricey, but very cool)

    If you have any questions about a particular brand or if you find a better deal out there, feel free to PM me or reply to the thread.
     
    #2 Brizzledrawnout, Jan 11, 2017 at 12:00 AM
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  3. OreoOreo

    OreoOreo New Member
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    Thanks Brizzle for these suggestions. Right now I have a Business Computer for gaming considering I don't have a job to afford building a Gaming PC.