How to Build a Computer 2012
Build a Computer 2012
Written by Lyth0s
Monday, 14 March 2011 12:47
How to Build a Computer
In this guide we will show you how to build a computer with the idea that plenty of people want to have the ability to buy and build a computer from scratch. The best way to obtain
a gaming computer is to build a gaming computer yourself! What most
people DON’T know is that
is VERY SIMPLE to build your own computer! By selecting each part
to your gaming PC individually, you will be able to choose the exact specifications you want for your
computer, as well as it being a lot cheaper than buying a pre-made gaming computer from a local retailer.
This website starts you off by selecting the computer parts
you want from 3 pre-made custom gaming computer parts lists. However, if you want to use parts that we have not specifically
recommended, the website ALSO teaches you how to make sure your parts are compatible! Once you have chosen the
parts to your gaming computer the website then goes into detail on how to build a gaming PC
step by step with plenty of pictures.
The links to the left will walk you through each step on how to build your custom gaming computer. How to install
a video card, CPU processor, hard drives, CD and DVD drives, the motherboard, memory modules and the power supply
are all covered with each step having plenty of picture instructions!
Where to Start Building a Computer
Check out the forums and feel free to ask any questions you might have, from any step in how to build a
gaming PC to actually getting help picking parts that are not on one of the 3 recommended lists we supplied.
So to start off building a computer please visit our Computer Part Selection
page which will cover 3 different builds of computers that we personally put together for the basic/moderate/elite gaming
computer seekers. If you have already acquired all the parts, please visit our
How to Build a Computer page and we will get you started on the path to assembling your
computer. We hope this website pleases you and makes assembling your computer extremely easy.
Last Updated on Friday, 27 April 2012 10:22