How to Build a PC for beginners

December 14, 2006 at 23:50:21
Specs: Windows XP Pro, AMD Athlon X2 4600+/2GB
I found this off of Toms hardware site. This a great instruction guide on how to build a PC for all you beginners out there that are not sure.

The more you know, the less you will ask us. ;)


AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ OC 2.7ghz
2GB Dual Channel DDR 3200
Nvidia 7900GT
SATA II 2x 300gig 7200rpm 16mb cache RAID-0
Gigabyte Nforce 4 SLI

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December 16, 2006 at 06:39:03
The Dummies line of books I have found are some of the best for this kind of thing ! I know some just stay away because just having a book saying your a dummy may be a bit embarassing ! How ever I know when I purchased a PC ,my first one in 2000 with O/S Windows Me .I purchased the Windows Me for Dummies book and it was the best of the many "how to" books I had purchased ! Also there are many web sites on building your own PC ,that show you the steps to be taken with pictures of the hardware etc. Good luck if you decide to do your own build ,I was going to do this also ,since I had installed a Graphics card a Sound card a internial CD-RW and additionial RAM to my PC and found all of the installations went smoothly without any probs ,I knew I could do my own build .I ended up getting a new PC from my wife for my B-Day a Dell XPS400 2.8G.B.Dual Core Proccessor, even though I have gotten alot of boo's and hisses from others at this site for having a Dell ,so far its been a great desktop and I have had no major probs to speak of with it !
Good Luck Nick

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