Custom Computers

Best Reason to Build Your Own PC

If you add something to a retail machine, like a new video card or even extra RAM, from a different source other than the PC vendor, the company could choose not to honor the warranty when something breaks—even if it involves a different part of the PC. By buying a retail PC and then modifying it later, you’re setting yourself up for a possible dispute with tech support down the road. Build your own PC, and you can add a new video card or more RAM whenever your budget allows for it.