This guide will tell you how to make a gaming laptop. You’ll learn about the parts and tools that are needed, and what steps to take. You’ll also find out where you can buy all of these pieces at the best prices!
You can buy computers that are good. They cost a lot of money, and their price is not always your budget. You will need to do research on the computer too if you want one that is good.
Step To Build Your Laptop For Gaming
In this guide, we will show you how to build a gaming laptop. We will show you all the parts and tools that you will need, and tell you where to find them. We will also give tips on what kind of deals are good for each item. So read along as we walk you through building your own laptop! Read more here!
Step One: Parts List
Pick out what parts your gaming system will have before anything else. Start by deciding which operating system you want it to run. You can then figure out other things, like how many hard drives and if you’ll need a DVD or CD drive.
The best and most popular operating system for gaming purposes is Windows. If you want to use the same kind of parts like we are about to list out, you should buy a laptop or desktop that runs on Windows. If your budget doesn’t allow this upfront expense (or you just prefer other operating systems) then don’t worry – it’s
Step Two: Tools List
Tools are needed for our machine to get built. We will need two screwdrivers, one small and one medium. We also need wire cutters, needle nose pliers, and a small blade to cut wires connecting our hard drive to other parts or cables from hardware packaging.
Step Three: Steps List
You will need a unit to provide power for the computer parts. Choose a Corsair 650W model. This unit has four ways to power up inside the box and an efficiency rating over 82%.
Step Four: Power Supply Unit
The power supply unit is the part of your computer that gives it electricity. You need one and they come in many different sizes. This Corsair 650W model has four different ways to give you electricity inside your PC case, as well as a great efficiency rating of over 82%.
This PSU is the perfect size for people who need more room to grow. It has a good performance and it’s really affordable.
Step Five: Motherboard
The motherboard is an important part of your laptop or desktop. It does a lot of work and needs to be carefully chosen. The motherboard has many slots and ports, so you need to pick the one that has the right ones for your needs.
This motherboard has lots of room for upgrades. You can upgrade it to have up to 32GB of RAM and four PCI Express slots. And this product comes with a backlight keyboard so you don’t have to buy one separately if your computer doesn’t already come with one
Step Six: Processor
This laptop has an Intel Core i-9700K processor and can be overclocked. That means that the machine will work faster than normal without any input from outside hardware or software!
This motherboard has a lot of memory. You can use this for both power and space. If you want, you can add more memory. Your computer will have room to grow and there are 8 DIMM sockets available.
Step Seven: Graphics Card
Graphics cards are all the same. They have the same specs. It is a good idea to make sure that your graphics card and motherboard are compatible so they work well together.
This graphics card is great. It has three fans that will help keep my laptop cool (or my TV). This will make it possible to watch Netflix on the laptop in high definition, which I think we want to do?
Step Eight: Hard Drive
If there are any parts of your computer left, it is best to pick out a hard drive now before doing anything else. This model has plenty of space and will not need replacing soon. It can be used to run an operating system on the SSD or HDD side. The bracket that comes with it can also be used to put the hard.
This hard drive has a lot of space. It’s not too big or too small.
Step Nine: Monitor/Monitor Stand
You need a monitor or its stand so that you can use it. You need it to have WQHD, which means maximum gaming experience even at high resolutions, 144hz refresh rate for non-stop graphics on any game you play, and a response time of less than one millisecond for the best in picture quality.
I like this monitor because it has HDMI and DisplayPort ports. I can use it for my computer and for gaming from my laptop.
Step Ten: Keyboard & Mouse/Keyboard Stand
If you are going to use peripherals while playing games, make sure they work with the things we have. Buy something else if they do not. Make sure you store your peripherals so that they don’t get dusty or dirty. I found a stand for our keyboard that will keep it from getting dirty or dusty.
This keyboard is compatible with the motherboard we picked. When you plug in your mouse, they will work together without any extra input needed.
Step Eleven: Monitor Stand/Keyboard Stand (Optional)
If you want a PC stand, you can buy it. You can find separate stands that are compatible with your computer or laptop and they have 4 USB ports on the front. The stand is adjustable for height. It has a clamp so you can attach it to furniture that doesn’t have holes or studs.
This stand will work. It can hold the monitor and cable management box. The best part is that it has four tiers with an adjustable shelf on top, so if we need more space then this will be perfect.
Step Twelve: Power Supply
First, we need power cables OR a power supply unit. I found one that comes in at 750 watts. That means it is strong enough for anything you want to play on it like games called GTA V, Battlefield One, and Fallout Four.
This power supply should work with the motherboard we selected.
Step Thirteen: Putting It Together
Now that everything is set up, we will begin putting the computer together. First we will connect each component to the other one using screws that are included. Make sure to use a screw for each connection. Then we can play games and other things on our computer.
Connect your monitor first. Then connect a keyboard and mouse (or clamps for those without wireless peripherals). When you are finished doing that, plug in the power supply to your monitor. Plug in any other peripherals (i.e., mouse, keyboard, speakers) then connect the GPU card!
Plugging in the graphics card is easy. You just need to put it in a free PCIe slot and screw it on tightly. Do not plug any other computer parts into your laptop or else your games might lag or stop working at all.
Step Fourteen: Testing
Plug everything in and put it where you want it. Then on the power button for your system, press it to turn on the computer. If there are no lights or blinking, then we may need to check our connections or try different parts of the computer.
Step Fifteen: Gaming Time!
Now it is time to play games on your new laptop setup. Make sure you store the cords neatly so they will not get in the way when you are playing games.