Choosing the right hardware to go into your next computer can be challenging! It isn’t enough to simply make sure that all your parts are compatible: a few bad choices can mean the difference between having a machine you can rely on for years to come, and having a machine you’re perpetually troubleshooting and fixing…and wishing you could smash to pieces! If you buy a computer off the shelf, you have to go with what you’re given. If you build your own computer, or have one custom built, you have the power to build a great solid machine, but you also have the power to configure a machine that is prone to problems. With experience building thousands of machines, and being in direct control of our product line, I want to share some tips about how to make sure your next computer is rock solid.
Who is Puget Systems?
Puget Systems builds custom PCs tailored for your workflow
Extensive in-house testing
making you more productive and giving you more performance for your dollar
with fewer crashes and blue screens means more time working, less time waiting on your computer
Support that understands
your complex workflows and can get you back up and running ASAP