You’re excited when you buy your first PC. It’s new, the programs and games run fast. You’re more than satisfied with its looks and capabilities. But as time passes you fell that your computer becomes less performing, has lags in the newest games and is not able to run smooth with best graphic settings.
But let’s be patient. If you don’t have the money or simply don’t want to buy a new computer it’s always a good idea to upgrade the existing parts if you have the possibility to do that. At first, try to understand what you really need. If you’re looking for a PC that is best with the newest games you should really consider buying a new graphics card first. It greatly increases your computer’s graphic performance. Also be sure to have a modern CPU that will be able to help your graphics card to have the best performance.
If you usually use your computer for your common tasks in most cases there’s no need to waste your money on more expensive upgrades. For example, if you don’t use graphics programs then there’s no need to buy a new GPU. Your first priority will be the CPU and the memory. In some cases a good idea will be overclocking your PC to increase performance of the parts you already have. In some cases it’s the best choice because some of the computer parts can be greatly overclocked so there will be no point of buying new things.