Building up a PC...

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I am thinking that I would like to learn to build up every parts of PC I would buy separately. And would you recommend me any self-learn resources I can refer to?


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Here is a example site that will explain you how the hardware in your computer works:
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/compu ... hannel.htm

Knowing how all works is the best way to build your own computer, that way you can make a optimal system in combination with your budget.

For example you can buy a high-end processor which all benchmarks and reviews say it's the best but if you buy a crappy motherboard or RAM memory you'll limit the processors real capacity cause the motherboard can't keep up with the data send by the processor to other components or the other way around.
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hi friend just login to http://www.youtube.com and register for free.just type a keyword computer hardware or assemble computer.as soon as u press enter it will give plenty of videos related to it and i think sure it will be useful for you to assemble a pc.thank you.
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Um.... you don't need to register at youtube to watch a video.


Honestly it is best for your first build to start with a bare bones kit from tigerdirect or newegg, this will help prevent the biggest issue new builders face, and that is getting hardware that doesn't work well together.

As far as actually putting it all together it isn't hard, just google assemble a PC and you should find instructions.
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moniqu wrote:
Here is a example site that will explain you how the hardware in your computer works:
http://computer.howstuffworks.com/compu ... hannel.htm


Thank you, it is really resourceful. But the place I live in is so lagging behind in technological advancement comparing with 'humble to say' -- even Singapore. I live in Malaysia. Things are generally hard to buy separately. Retailers are not knowledgeable, and impolite. That is challenging. Thank you for the link.

netrider7880 wrote:
hi friend just login to http://www.youtube.com and register for free

Uh, thank you.

Bgnn32 wrote:
Um.... you don't need to register at youtube to watch a video.


Honestly it is best for your first build to start with a bare bones kit from tigerdirect or newegg, this will help prevent the biggest issue new builders face, and that is getting hardware that doesn't work well together.

As far as actually putting it all together it isn't hard, just google assemble a PC and you should find instructions.


Okay, I will do it. Thank you.

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