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Old 07-31-2005, 01:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Building my own pc.

Well its about time, Im going to be building a AMD 3000 but Im going to need some major help, I've already got all the parts I need now I just need to know how to put it together.

Where would I learn?

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Well, do it all one piece at a time, so if something doesn't work, you will know what is causing the problem...

You put the mobo in... Processor on mobob... heatsink on processor... Connect power button/restart button/any lights to mobo (can be done before the processor...

Then start it up to see if it turns on. There should be a green light on your mobo, and that is a good sign...

I haven't built in a while, so if this is wrong, then somebody can correct me... also... it is very late...

EDIT: you'll have to connect power supply to the fans/mobo, also... soo late... :amazed:
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Old 07-31-2005, 03:29 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Ya dude, here is where you learn.

But, here is a full and complete guide on how to build your own.

I dont know how good that tutorial is. I just googled "How to build a computer" and that was the first link

For the actual parts to get, just search around this forum for people who were building a computer for themselves to get an idea of what parts to get.

After completing these steps, then is you have questions, then feel free to post back here

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he already has the parts. here is definitely a good place to learn. learn as much as you caqn and anything you don't understand....well there is guaranteed to be someone who can help here fairly quick
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Old 07-31-2005, 03:52 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Wow!! Thanks! I think that link would help me out very much just read the intro and it seems really good something for me!

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