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Indy Laptops Does Custom Built Gaming Computers Right

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We take a different approach to Custom Built Gaming Systems.

Indy Laptops doesn't sell Gaming PC's. 

  1. We provide a free consultation with you to discuss your Build expectations.

  2. We recommend the components that are the right fit for your build.

  3. We direct you to the best deals on the internet for your parts.

  4. You purchase the parts directly and save any price markups.

  5. When all your parts arrive to your home, you bring them to our shop.

  6. We professionally assemble your new Gaming Computer. This includes cable management, the proper cooling configuration, installation and configuration of  Windows and all of the latest drivers and software.


Parts needed to build a PC.

Core Components

These are the essential parts of any PC.

  • The Central Processing Unit (CPU)-The CPU is the brain of your PC. It performs all the processing and calculations. Ensure you choose one that meets your needs.

  • The Motherboard-The motherboard is the backbone, connecting and communicating with all other components. Make sure it’s compatible with your CPU and other parts.

  • The Memory (RAM)-RAM is your PC’s short-term memory. It temporarily stores data for quick access, improving overall speed and performance.

  • The Storage-Storage holds your data. You can choose between Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) for high capacity or Solid-State Drives (SSDs) for faster speed.

  • The Power Supply Unit (PSU)-The PSU is your PC’s power source. It’s important to choose a reliable PSU that can support all your components.

  • The Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)-The GPU handles rendering graphics and is essential for gaming and video editing.

  • The PC Case-The PC case houses all your components. It should be big enough to fit your motherboard, GPU, and other parts, and have good ventilation.

  • Operating System-Your PC will need an operating system (OS), such as Windows, Linux, or MacOS, to run.

  • Cooling system-A good cooling system, like fans or liquid cooling, can help keep your PC’s temperature under control, especially during intensive tasks.

Peripheral Devices-These devices connect to your PC and provide interaction and functionality.

  • Monitor-A good monitor is necessary to display your PC’s output. Consider factors like resolution, refresh rate, and size.

  • Keyboard and Mouse-You’ll need a keyboard and mouse for input. There are many options depending on your preference and usage.

  • Speakers/Headphones-Speakers or headphones are essential for audio output. Choose according to your needs and preferences.


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