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How to build a PC

Even better, when you’re building your own PC you can shop around for the best price for each of your chosen components, rather than paying a single marked-up cost for the whole-hog system. The superb PCPartPicker.com website makes comparison shopping dead simple. And when you’re done building your PC and successfully power it up, it feels glorious—like you’ve truly accomplished something, rather than simply yanking a prebuilt tower out of a box.
Building a PC for the first time can be intimidating, though.
Even though PC assembly’s fairly simple once you know what you’re doing, staring at a giant pile of disparate parts and knowing you not only need to piece them together correctly but also wire them correctly afterwards is enough to bring a lump to a newbie PC builder’s throat.

 

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johnnyhenderson

Over the past several months, PCWorld has been publishing detailed installation guides—often with supplementary buying advice—for every major PC component. That gargantuan task is finally over. Now, we’re pulling them all together into this comprehensive superguide that explains how to build your PC from top to bottom, from case fans to CPU to cable management.


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