My Personal Opinion on Gaming Laptops


With the boom in the gaming culture, gamers consistently aim to keep their gadgets up to date to have an upper edge over others in the tech world. Usually a pre-built gaming computer can cost plenty of money, and hence the possibility of building one’s own computer is indeed an astounding solution. This article would serve a guide as how to build one’s own laptop for gaming, which most certainly is an austere task.

Why would somebody go out and purchase a PC from a maker like Dell or Gateway, when they can fabricate an all the more compelling PC for less cash? The answer, they don’t know how to assemble it. This article will address this exact problem for all the gaming enthusiasts out there.

First it is important to buy all the specified parts for the system including CD ROM, Processor, RAM, Graphic card, Hard Drive and Wireless Card. For preparing the system on your own, a screw driver, silver thermal paste and an anti-wrist strap (providing a static proof area) is also required. These things can be ordered through eBay or Newegg.

To remove the bottom panel, first all screws need to be removed to pop it open. The next step is to remove the big metallic cooling system with a fan. Now the installation of the processor in its unlocked socket follows. Unlock the socket with the help of a screwdriver and lock it again after the placement of the processor. Now the silver thermal paste layer must be coated upon the processor’s core. The graphic card should be installed in its respective socket right afterwards. The silver thermal paste would go upon it as well.

Once the processor and graphic card are installed, the cooling system goes back in, with special care to tighten all of the screws. Now one has to push the memory card all the way in one of the two slots of memory on the motherboard. The wireless would then be inserted in the smaller looking memory slot with the help of screws. The gray and black wires now need to be connected to the card. These serve as the antennas and must make a snap sound to ensure right placement on the card.

The small metal cage of 2.5’ x 4’ dimensions should be taken out. Once it is out, the hard disk needs to be placed over it and safely screwed back in afterwards. Then connect the laptop to battery, and your best gaming laptop is already to delve you in to the virtual world.


Homage to the Greatest Shooter of All Time

For my first serious post I wanted to pay homage to probably the best first person shooter of all time, Halo. From the first game that came out in 2002 to the new Halo: Spartan Strike, which came out just a month ago.

Personally, I couldn’t ask for more from this game which has continuously evolved when it comes to its gameplay and has a storyline that definitely makes you feel a part of the Halo world. Master Chef John-117 and Cortana really make the game have a special feeling to it. Every year on my to do list, I write at the very top with capital letters playing all the original series and the new reclaimer saga. I selected this five hour video so you could get a glimpse of the captivating storyline.

If you have played Halo, you should play it again once a year to pay homage to what is probably the most played shooter of all time. The old series doesn’t require much resources, so if you have a reliable gaming desktop you should play it without any lag. Also, a standard gaming monitor like the BenQ GL2760H should allow you to play it at max resolution. So don’t you just stand there, go ahead and start playing the game if you haven’t already.


Mr. Headshot

Hi everyone,

This is Caleb Patt, aka Mr. Headshot and I made this blog so I can bring forth many interesting topics that have something to do with shooters. I have been playing this genre of video games for almost 5 years and I figured it’s time to share some secrets,

Over and out! ;)