In the earlier articles, we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of good branded PCs and assembled PCs built with quality components. Here, we will examine assembled PCs. Specifically, assembled PCs built using components that are lower than standard quality.
Assembled PCs with Low Quality Components are Problematic
Most of the small and medium enterprises operate on limited funds. It is difficult for them to buy PCs of high price range. Therefore they generally look for affordably priced, fully functional PCs that cater the needs of their organizations. Sometimes they make bad choices by buying low quality components for their assembled PCs.
For every component, you have choices. For processor there is Intel and AMD. For hard disks there are Seagate, Hitachi, Samsung and Western Digital. For memory you have Corsair, Hynix, Dynet and Kingston. These are only some of the choices and all are good international brands. But you need to have expertise to configure a good PC for your company.
Components from unbranded, lesser quality brands are also available in the market. So in order to build a good performance computer, you should be able to differentiate between the good branded components from unbranded or lesser quality brands’ components.
PCs built with lower quality components are not advisable. They do not function well, have higher incompatibility issues and are not long lasting. We recommend not buying such PCs. They are cheap; they are of low quality and unreliable for a good business.