New Year’s Workstation Build

With all the existing posts on the site, you might think we only handle gaming computer builds. Not so! We’ll make an effort to show some diverse builds in the

Black Friday Rocket Consultation

Usually on these posts we detail builds we have done; today, we’re going to try something a little different and give you a peek at how we perform our Rocket Consultation.

RCC Pre-built Computer Program

[Update: this build has been sold] While most build processes last between 2-4 weeks depending on customer requirements, sometimes the best deals for all components don’t fall within that window.

World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Mid-range Build

Any time a new game comes out, we start getting a lot of requests from people looking to upgrade their systems. With WoW’s latest expansion, it has been no different.

Spring Showers bring HDD Price Relief

According to Digitimes, it looks like we’ll finally be getting some hard drive (HDD) price relief in the next few months. While some manufacturers claim supply will still trail demand until

Home Theater PC Upgrade (mini ITX)

Earlier this month, I decided it was time to upgrade the HTPC we use as a DVR and media server in our living room. The previous HTPC had served us

The Two Towers

Every now and then, we have a customer that challenges us with a unique project. In this case, it was building matching gaming computers for a husband and wife. It

Making sense of RAM

If you’re like most people, then RAM is one of the single most confusing components in your computer. We know more RAM and faster RAM are better, but what do

Solid State Drives: The Best PC Upgrade?

By this point in time, most of you should at least be familiar with solid state drives (SSDs) and similar flash-based storage methods. They’ve been used for years in Apple

2011 Black Friday Build

We’ve decided to start chronicling builds we do along with any relevant news we come across. Here we go! Over the Black Friday weekend, we were able to purchase components