BespokePC provides a wide range of products and services to upgrade your computer
Whether it be a Mac or a PC
Unlock the full potential of your computer with BespokePC’s comprehensive upgrade solutions. Whether you have a Mac or PC, our team provides expert advice and a range of upgrade options to enhance the performance of your machine. From increasing memory for smoother program operation, to expanding your storage capacity with a larger hard drive or upgrading to a faster SSD, we have you covered. Explore our range of upgrade products and fitting services to see how we can help you get the most out of your computer.
Upgrading your computer’s memory, also known as RAM, can bring significant performance improvements to your system. RAM is responsible for temporarily storing data that your computer is actively using, so having more memory allows your system to handle more tasks simultaneously.
With an increased amount of RAM, you can expect faster application and game load times, improved multitasking abilities, and reduced instances of lag or freezing. Upgrading your memory is also a cost-effective solution to breathing new life into an older system and boosting its overall performance.
Managing your digital lifestyle can be a challenge as music files, videos, and photos can quickly consume the storage space on your hard drive. At BespokePC, we offer the solution of adding additional hard drive(s) or upgrading your existing drive to increase storage capacity. For desktop computers, multiple hard drives can be added as they often have multiple drive bays, and these upgrades are cost-effective. For laptops, it may require replacement of the original hard drive with a larger one to upgrade storage capacity.
The graphics card is the device which your system uses to display the image on your monitor(s). On most desktops these are quite easily replaced with a faster, better card which allows greater resolutions and increased speed in programs such as games and other 3D graphics applications. For laptop users the graphics card is usually built in to the motherboard so cannot be upgraded, although there are exceptions.
SSD / NVMe
Upgrading from a traditional hard disk drive (HDD) to a solid-state drive (SSD) can bring noticeable improvements to your computing experience. An SSD provides faster boot times, quicker data transfers, and improved system stability compared to an HDD.
With an SSD, you can expect lightning-fast load times for your operating system, applications, and games, leading to a more productive and efficient computing experience. Additionally, SSDs consume less power, making them an environmentally friendly choice.
By upgrading to an SSD, you can breathe new life into your older system.
USB, which stands for Universal Serial Bus, has undergone multiple updates and revisions over the years. The first revision, USB 1.0, was primarily used for connecting printers, scanners, and mice with a slower data transfer speed.
USB 2.0 is the second revision and offers a faster data transfer rate compared to USB 1.0. The latest revision, USB 3.0, provides significant speed improvements while still maintaining backwards compatibility with earlier versions. This means that a USB 3.0 device can work with a USB 2.0 port, although the transfer speed will be slower.
Upgrading your computer peripheral devices can bring a multitude of benefits to your computing experience. From improved performance and efficiency to enhanced functionality, upgrading your devices can significantly enhance the overall performance of your system.
Upgrading your keyboard, mouse, and other accessories can provide better comfort and user experience.
Additionally, upgrading your devices to more energy-efficient models can help reduce power consumption, leading to cost savings and a more environmentally friendly computing setup. Overall, upgrading your computer peripheral devices is a cost-effective way to bring new life to your system and enhance your computing experience
Bespoke PC can upgrade your CPU in some cases as well.
This is the “Central Processing Unit” of your computer, in effect the brain of the machine. In some cases these can be upgraded, but are generally more complicated as there are a number of manufacturers and many differing types of connection.