Putting together your own personal computer is fun when you know what you intend for its use. Once you choose your case, the motherboard and the Central Processing Unit come next. The most powerful of the CPU and graphics that you can afford is integral to any gaming system. The operating system is next. Most games run on Windows systems. Now you can get down to the details. If you want a powerful gaming system that will raze villages and beat the Boss monster without hesitation, you will want powerful, high-end graphics and ram, and a power supply capable of running everything.
Your choice for cooling will be critical in this case; liquid cooling is a must. Be sure to consider your sound options. Surround sound will create a surreal gaming experience that you cannot beat for those heart-pounding battles and retreats. Light systems are optional, but a good keyboard and mouse, gamepad, throttle controller, depending on the game are further options.
Now that you can build a great gaming system consider if you plan to play online games that are less intense and can win you money. The set-up will be more laid-back and far less costly. Integrated graphics will suffice, and a generic sound card and basic software of your choice has you up and running. Regular fan cooling is perfect, and you should be quite fine with a proper set of speakers for a desktop computer, or on-board sound in a laptop.
General office software and of course a glare-free screen is excellent for preventing strain to your eyes. Security software is essential, and many can be found free of charge. For games online like these, you will need to concentrate more on software than hardware. Make sure the parts are compatible, low power and stable. The security software should be the most updated and kept that way.
You are now prepared to build your computer, for the purpose most desired!