Buyers Guide: March 2005
This is the first PureOverclock Buyer?s Guide, so I?ll explain what our Buyers Guide philosophy is, and why you should read it!
Choosing the best PC hardware available for your budget can sometimes be a confusing and time consuming ordeal. Time these days is at a premium, and not everyone has enough of this precious commodity available to trawl countless reviews thus enabling them to make good, informed buying decisions. Don?t expect in depth detail on the products chosen. The article would end up being 50 pages if it were. This is a quick look at what?s hot at the moment. Think of it as a point in the right direction. The Buyers Guide will contain the current hot products geared towards overclockers but for two different set of buyers. These are:
There are always tricks that can be performed to give boosts of performance and this category will try and give solid advice for the power overclockers on a budget. We will give advice on the best current processor in terms of price, performance and overclock ability and follow these ideals with all the products we select. This category will bring value and performance together.
To simply put it, price is not an issue. We will simply pick the very best hardware on earth, from CPU?s to Hard Drives.
The categories covered in the buyers guide will be the following:
There are of course categories missing here but I feel these are the ones that are most crucial to performance. If you wish for us to cover more categories, let me know which ones by visiting the forums and posting HERE.
Intel chipsets and CPU?s are not covered in this Buyers Guide. Rest assured, they will be next time.