02-23-2018 01:48 PM
Are you interested in upgrading your computer, but aren’t sure where to start or what you should upgrade? Perhaps you just want to learn more about the job of individual components in your computer? Look no further than our handy Computers & Tablets FAQ, and the Upgrading your Computer Article! Still, have questions? Feel free to post, and our fantastic community members will be happy to offer their advice!
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02-26-2018 12:33 PM
That is really a great couple of references for people. Thanks for sharing.
People can often save a bit of money by doing some simple upgrade on their computer and really extend the life of their system.
I had a computer at one time I used for nearly 6 years of gaming simply because I could add on a larger disk drive, a faster graphics card and more memory.
And Best Buy carries all the essential pieces to get this done. Though, if your uncomfortable doing the upgrade I would fully recommend getting Geek Squad involved. They do a quick and efficient service.
02-27-2018 11:48 AM
04-20-2018 11:00 AM
ok i am all for upgrading but why upgrade proprietary stuff ?? most of those come at the 90% limits !! build your own.. a few links on HOW TO would be awesome. it is NOT as daunting as many make it out ot be..
05-30-2018 07:37 AM
If you are new to PC upgrading Basics and you want to upgrade your PC then you need to keep some things in your mind:
Motherboard: If you are new to this then don't try by youself just go to any shop to fix motherboard.
CPU: CPU is brain of computer I would not advise you to upgrade your CPU yourself.
PSU: Here yopu can try with your self. First of all you should research the specifications of the other components in your system, most importantly the video card and CPU. You also want to make sure you get the proper connectors for your system.
05-30-2018 07:41 AM
Links on how too would be awesome but it would open Best Buy up to liability issues. Becauase people will make mistakes and then they could claim they did exactly as Best Buy said.