The Steam sale is finally over. You’ve bought a ton of games, and now they're all lined up to be played. The next logical step? Doing a massive overhaul of your gaming rig.
You’re probably thinking nah, I don't need the hassle. After all, that would involve online research, reading reviews of the latest gaming systems, comparing performance results of the latest processors and graphics cards.
In reality, choosing the right gaming rig is easier than you think. All you need to do is figure out what type of gamer you are.
Do you go charging into the thick of the action in a first-person shooter? Prefer to enjoy the lush landscape in an epic role-playing game? Or tend to go for something a little casual and quick on the MOBA front?
Whatever your preference, there's definitely a right gaming system, from the basic laptops to the most powerful gaming desktops, that suits you. But more importantly, getting one that has an NVIDIA graphics card that matches your type of game is a crucial factor many people overlook.
Here’s our cheat sheet to choose your next gaming rig that fits your gaming habits and budget.