One of the services we provide is to build custom computers from scratch. (Gaming machines are almost, by design, custom computers.) Chris is building one now for a long-time customer. In fact, this is the second machine we’ve built for this particular customer!
Process for building Custom Computers:
First, Chris talks with the customer about what their goals are:
- What do they hope to use this computer for?
- How much storage should it have?
- Required software?
- Should this be a portable computer or one that stays in the office?
- What is the budget?
Next, when Chris has a good understanding of what the requirements are, he does some research to determine exactly which parts need to be ordered. Often times there is a choice to be made between two or more options. He has a conversation with the customer to decide which will best meet their needs. Once all the parts have been decided, he sends the list (with all the order links) to the customer for ordering.
When the parts arrive, it looks a little chaotic for a while, but then it all comes together!
You can hear the excitement in Chris’ words about building a new custom computer:
“One of my special joys is to design and build full custom computers. This one is for a customer who is still using last full custom computer I made for them about 5 years or so ago.
There are several special features in the design, but one of the special results is absolutely Smokin-Hot processor performance: using a modern 4 core processor and water cooling, the stock speed is 4Ghz on each of the 4 cores.
To make sure things are thermally stable, I’ve been running a CPU heating utility, which launches 8 CPU intensive processes all running in parallel, and after about 1H the cooler is only warm to the touch with a slight increase in overall fan sound. Nice!
Note: I took this picture after the computer was on for about 10 minutes, but /before/ the burn-in process was started.”
This custom computer is almost ready to be delivered to the customer!
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INFORMATION ABOUT GEEK FOR HIRE, INC.
Chris Eddy of Geek For Hire, Inc. has provided computer service to families and small businesses with Mac’s and PCs for the past eighteen years. Angie’s List and the BBB rate Geek For Hire very highly. You can find more on our website or give us a call at 303-618-0154. Geek For Hire, Inc. provides onsite service (Tier 3 support) to the Denver / Boulder / Front Range area and remote service throughout North America.
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