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PC Master Race - A Beginner's Guide To PC Gaming - cover

PC Master Race - A Beginner's Guide To PC Gaming

Raúl Jiménez

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Unlock The Power Of The Ultimate Gaming Machine
Years ago, the personal computer was used only as a tool meant to quickly solve complicated conundrums, but through the decades, has evolved into what is considered by many, as the ultimate gaming system.
In this guide for beginners, you will learn about:
The early history of computers, and how we got to the modern Pc’s of today.How and where to find the best games, and deals.How to play backups of old console and arcade classics through emulation.How to mod your games, so you can have free new content.How to plug (almost) any controller input.What is the meaning of V-sync, framerate, anti-aliasing, and other fancy terms, and how to tweak your game settings so they work better within your system specs.What hardware is best for you, budget, and tech wise.The basics on how to build and upgrade a PC, and how to make sure all the parts are compatible with each other.The best companies that will build the gaming rig of your dreams for you.The basics on how to generate income streaming your gameplay.How and where to find support if you are having any trouble.
This and many more tips and secrets, are condensed into this book, made for people who are somewhat afraid of leaving the easygoing plug and play comfort of a gaming console, and enter into the versatile and customizable world of PC gaming.
Go Beyond Your Gaming Console, Join The PC Master Race Now!!

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