Slightly higher spec than the last gaming PC I built only a few weeks ago for another member of the same family. Some rivalry going on there 🙂
This computer had a faulty hard drive that worked for long periods then stopped….. but would then work again the next day.
Tested with another hard drive to be sure it was that and ordered a SSD to replace.
This time it was a mid range gaming PC for an avid gamer. i5, 8GB and Geforce 1060 GPU.
Runs all the latest games with ease.
A sound engineer contacted us for a custom built PC that he wanted to fit inside a flight case along with 3 touchscreen monitors!
Ordered smallest case available and built a very powerful PC.
This one had two issues. First been a very obvious broken screen! Once that was replaced it became apparent the hard drive was very near failing. Backed up clients data and replaced with a fast SSD. Like a new laptop again.
This laptop was freezing and restarting every time is was moved. Isolated the problem down to a fault memory chip. Replaced and now works fine.
Upgrading a standard hard drive to a Solid State Disk to greatly improve performance!
This laptop had an encounter with an unwanted coffee. Luckily it only damaged the keyboard so a replacement was ordered and fitted and now its working again.
It was a very tricky one to do as keyboard did not just lift out like most laptop keyboards!
This 3.5 inch external hard drive took a bit of a fall from a table. Drive would not power up and data unaccessible.
Removed and ran data recovery tools and recovered 100s of GB of clients data.
New smaller 2.5 inch drive purchased and data copied.
The fast solid state disk installed was filling up very quickly with large games. Installing a conventual hard drive with plenty of space will free up much needed storage space on the SSD!