Build My Own Computer! Thinking of Building Your Own PC?

If I can build my own computer, you also can build your own PC if you follow the step-by-step tutorials here.

In order to build a PC, first you need to know the computer hardware or components of a PC. You can get the hardware parts easily at your local computer store or online PC stores. Some of the very basic and necessary hardware components needed in order to form a PC are:

  • CPU
  • RAM
  • Motherboard
  • HDD
  • DVD-RW drive
  • Tower Case (Casing)
  • Monitor
  • Mouse

To get started, let watch a video on motherboard layouts as well as how to install the PC components.

While I am still squeezing my time to build contents for this topic, I recommend you to read this manual that come with video tutorials on how you can successfully build your own computer.

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