gaming pc

  1. froggyboy604

    Do you know any people who bought a Gaming PC, but don't regularly play PC Games?

    I do not personally know any people in real life who bought a Gaming PC, but don't regularly play PC games a few times a week. I met a few people on online forums who own a Gaming PC, and play less intensive PC games like the Pinball game found in Windows XP, Solitaire, Minesweeper, and random...
  2. froggyboy604

    Will a Gaming PC ever be smaller than a regular smartphone?

    I think it is possible that there will be some Gaming computer which will be smaller than a smartphone in the future. Most smartphone has a 5 inch glass touchscreen, battery, speakers, buttons, case, and other features which increase the size and thickness of the device. Computer parts are...
  3. froggyboy604

    Do most people notice faster web browsing speed on a desktop gaming computer?

    I think people who subscribe to faster internet connections like Gigabit Fiber internet connections may experience faster web browsing speeds on a gaming computer with faster PC parts. But, for PC internet users who connect to a slower internet connections like dial-up and slower DSL, they may...
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    Will Video-only Ports like HDMI still exist on Gaming PCs many years in the future?

    I'm not sure if video-only ports like HDMI still exist on Gaming PCs in the future. I feel there is a chance that in many years most newer PC monitors and video cards would use USB-C or other forms of USB ports and cables to connect a Gaming PC to a newer PC monitor. But, I feel it may take...
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    Are smaller size desktop Gaming PC are more durable than slim/small game consoles?

    Some smaller size desktop Gaming PCs maybe more durable than smaller/slim game consoles like the Xbox 360 slim, PS3 Slim, PS2 slim, PsOne Slim, Xbox One S, PS4 Slim, Wii mini, etc. I think slim game consoles make most of their money by making slim game consoles not as durable, so you keep...
  6. froggyboy604

    Do you feel a Gaming PC is better than buying the Xbox One without a disc drive?

    I read on Microsoft Is Working On An Xbox One Without A Disc Drive: Report that Microsoft is working on a disc-less Xbox One. I feel a Gaming PC can be a better choice than an Xbox One without a disc drive because a Gaming PC would always have a lot of games for it. There are gaming consoles...
  7. froggyboy604

    Will most Gaming desktop tower PC usually have the more USB ports compared to consoles?

    A lot of PC gamers also use their gaming desktop PC towers to connect a lot of things like keyboard, mouse, printer, controllers, joysticks, USB hard drives, etc. I think most PC gamers will build or buy a Gaming Desktop PC tower with a lot more USB ports than most consoles which has a few USB...
  8. froggyboy604

    Is a Gaming PC good for offline gaming while not connected to the internet?

    Gaming PCs can run plenty of older PC games and emulators for consoles like the SNES, Nintendo, Playstation 1, Gameboy which the games were made before the internet became popular for gaming. I think there are a lot of fun games like Minecraft, Warcraft 3, Starcraft, Quake 3, Doom, etc which...
  9. froggyboy604

    Do you think Google Chromebook would be the 2nd to 3rd most popular PC for Gaming?

    It is possible that Google Chromebooks maybe the 2nd to 3rd most popular type of computer for gaming since most new Chromebooks can play Android games like Clash of Clans, Minecraft, Candy Crush Saga, etc, and a lot of classic PC and console games are being ported to Android which is now...
  10. froggyboy604

    Have you ever re-sold your old Gaming PC or Gaming parts like videocards on eBay?

    No, I have not re-sold my old gaming pc, or gaming parts on eBay. But, I think if you upgrade your video card often to play newer games in 4K, it could be a good idea to sell your older video card to get some of your money back rather than re-using the video card on a older regular desktop...
  11. froggyboy604

    More likely to buy Gaming PC or Smartphone advertise as VR/Virtaul Reality Ready?

    I just want a fast Gaming PC, and affordable smartphone which is good enough to use for playing most PC and mobile games, and I don't care about VR. A PC and smartphone which advertise itself as VR ready will not make me more likely to buy it.
  12. froggyboy604

    $50 Gaming PC Challenge!

    This is a good video on how to find a PC for Gaming for $50. This older PC runs games pretty well considering it just cost $50.
  13. froggyboy604

    Are you more likely to buy a computer if the Case is mainly designed for Gaming PCs>

    Yes, I would like to buy a computer which has a Gaming PC case instead of a regular looking PC case from companies like Dell, HP, and Acer. I generally like computer cases which are designed for gaming computers because they look nicer, and usually have better cooling fan systems. Gaming PC...
  14. froggyboy604

    Razer and Lenovo are teaming up to make some of 2016’s most anticipated gaming PCs

    Razer and Lenovo announced on Friday that they will be collaborating on a new line of gaming computers in 2016. The two companies will both be represented on special Razer Edition models of Lenovo’s Y series gaming PCs, giving Lenovo a chance to gain some additional credibility among the core...
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    Screw The XBOX ONE and the PS4... We Built a Gaming PC for $380! - Video

    We don't need no stinkin' consoles...or PC cases for that matter. We build a sub-$400 (and even cheaper if you shop around!) gaming PC that can run games like Titanfall on High settings. Steambox anyone...
  16. froggyboy604

    14-Core Mac Pro Killer PC?

    This does look like a fast and powerful PC which looks faster than the Mac Pro from Apple. I like how neat the computer looks, and its internal lighting. I bet, it probably cost many thousands of dollars.