How to improve processor for gaming is one of the questions that really concerns any person that wants to have a desktop PC or a laptop especially for gaming. The question is good but somehow wrong “built”. This is so because not the processor is the key element that might be improved. Once you bought a processor, you will rest with it for the rest of the life of your computer. If you want to change your processor you practically have to change the whole configuration of your system. So instead of trying to improve processor for gaming you should better focus on buying a new desktop system or a new laptop. Before buying something new, we will try to help you and show you what matters for a strong gaming system.
First of all, if you want a PC especially for gaming, don’t rush to buy a laptop. I tell you this because laptops are made especially for portability and for Internet or easy applications – http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/07/dell-m11xr2-review-the-worlds-smallest-gaming-laptop-goes-i7/. Except for RAM memory, you can not change a thing to your laptop, once you bought it. So, if you are a real game player, you will need a desktop PC. Let’s see a little bit the features you have to be careful to. First and first, it is the processor. Be very careful when choosing it, because it is a very important choose not only for the games of today, but for the games of tomorrow. No matter that you will choose a processor made of Intel or AMD, be sure that it is at least a dual core processor or better a quad core processor. Make sure then that its frequency to be of at least 2,5 – 3 Ghz. If you take care to this aspects you will have a very powerful processor, one that will last a bit longer for the new games that you are waiting for. After this important step you can focus on the other things. Video card is the element that makes all the money when you want to play games with good graphic and fast engine – http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2010/07/did-nvidia-cripple-its-cpu-gaming-physics-library-to-spite-intel.ars. My advice is that the video card to have at least 512 MB or even 1Ghz. Big names that come to my mind when thinking to video cards are ATI Radeon and Nvidia Geforce.
Then the RAM memory is an important aspect, I suggest that it should be of at least 4 Ghz so you don’t experience problems of any nature. For those who have real money and want the best I recommend 8 Ghz of RAM. The Hardisk capacity is not so important, you should buy one with at least 7200 RPM and with that capacity that you think you need it. If I were you, I would buy a harddisk with 1 terrabyte and the problem is solved, but such a beauty would cost a lot more. Well, these are the most important things you should know when buying a computer and you should be aware that overclocking your processor is not really the best decision. I have learned a thing for a very long time of using computers, you should never force their limits because they might fail eventually. Good luck at shopping – http://thechallengebase.com/negative-effects-of-gaming/!