- 30 months ago
1) Categorically remove the parts on the list which either (a) have a review average of under 3 stars or (b) are over 3 years old and have no reviews.
2) For all CPU's and GPU's that are several years old, make note of their age and their original price. A $200 CPU with 4.5 average and 50 ratings sounds good until you realize that it's 4 years old.
3) Add more cases and more high-resolution images of the cases in their pages. There are particularly a lack of small form factor cases and high-resolution monitors.
4) Go for a quality over quantity approach. For example, only have ~40 of each part (instead of 200), but every part should be of suitable quality for the target consumer and well-explained in its functionality.