Is your PC running slow? Maybe you’ve tried optimization software and investigated all the common solutions, but nothing seems to be working. In that case, it’s time to upgrade some of your hardware.
There are several types of computer hardware upgrades. Installing a faster CPU boosts the basic operational speed of your PC. Adding more memory allows you to execute larger sized applications or existing applications while preventing constant hard drive access of virtual memory, and, also, stopping the drives from caching too much and therefore reducing drive wear and power consumption. A larger hard drives allows you to store much more data, by the same token a good graphics card or computer monitor enables you to enjoy images in considerably greater detail. A simple ram or hard drive, maybe even a solid state drive upgrade can make your computer feel brand new again.
More memory will make your computer more responsive to your commands. You will notice a significant increase in productivity especially when running multiple programs.
Hard Drive/Solid State Drive
A new hard drive will speed up your system and allow you to store more data on your computer. Upgrading to a solid state drive (SSD) is one of the best upgrades you can make in terms of general speed boosts. An SSD can speed up your boot time and the launching of applications.
Blu-Ray| DVD-RW | CD-RW
Crystal Clear HD movies on your desktop? No Problem we can add a Blu-Ray drive to your desktop if it meets the hardware requirements. A CD RW drive will allow you to create your own CD’s full of music, pictures, data and more.
Graphic Video Card Upgrade
If you’re a gamer, this is where you probably want to upgrade. With today’s games getting more and more graphic intensive it may start to stretch your system to the limit. Upgrading your graphics card is one of the quickest way to getup to speed. A natural choice for gamers or users that require powerful graphics.
If you’re feeling brave, it’s also possible to entirely replace your computer’s central processing unit (CPU). You can go for a faster version of your current processor, or get one with more cores to enable your computer to better handle multitasking.