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5 Ways to Improve Your Gaming Experience

If you're a living, breathing human and you don't live under a rock, then you probably play games or know someone who plays games. The gaming industry has grown so big that tournaments are held worldwide. People play E-sports professionally and make gaming their career. They form teams and live together in communal team houses. Some of the hottest online games today include League of Legends, Dota 2, and Overwatch. While these games are popular, their entertainment value can be increased with a few simple upgrades to your computer setup. If you're going to spend hours looking at your monitor and playing games, you should do it with efficiency and in comfort.

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  1. Graphics Card

One way to improve your gaming experience is to install a graphics card. A graphics card creates the images you see on your monitor. The better the graphics card, the better the image will be. Ideally, you would get a discrete graphics card that can be added to the motherboard. This would prevent your game from lagging since the time to process images is sped up.

  1. Sound Card

A sound card is similar to the graphics card, except that it improves the audio signals instead of the graphics. Most sound cards convert digital data to analog form. Upgrading your sound card will decrease some of the processing stress on your computer.

 

 

  1. Aeron chair

While all the previous upgrades focus on improving your computer's hardware, this one emphasizes comfort and functionality. Sitting for too long is not good for your body, but if you are going to do it anyways, you should try to use an ergonomic chair like the refurbished Herman Miller Aeron chairs from Beverly Hills Chairs. Your back will thank you for the breathable mesh and lumbar support pad.

  1. RAM

You computer may run smoother while gaming if you have more RAM space. How much RAM you need depends on the programs you are running and the games you are playing. Most games need 6GB to 8GB of RAM space.

  1. Mechanical Keyboard

In a mechanical keyboard, each key has a complete switch underneath, unlike the standard keyboard that comes with your computer. A mechanical keyboard will allow the computer to process your keystrokes faster and it will help you type more accurately. This can be a literal game-changer for your gaming experience.

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