Welcome to Computer Building 101

Submitted by dave on Thu, 08/03/2017 - 15:14

In computer building 101 you will learn to build systems from:
A Speedy All Around Low Cost PC to A Power Gaming Computer.

Building a really good inexpensive computer system is not buying cheap parts but in how the computer is assembled.
A few good quality computer parts will do the job of a lot of cheap computer parts and probably last ten times longer as well.

A really good gaming system doesn't have to cost $5000 either.

This is a step by step tutorial on learning the different parts of a computer system, what they do and how to assemble your own PC.

By low cost I'm talking about a complete computer system with quality computer parts that should be less than eight hundred dollars to build.

Learn Computer Building that will last more than a few years.

I'm sure you've heard the cry.
I'm only half way through the payments for my desktop and already its too old, too slow. too out of space and out of date.

With computer building 101 that will be a thing of the past.
A computer should last you until you want to get rid of it not because it can no longer do the job.

Most people wouldn't replace their car just because a tire went flat or the brakes wore out or even if the transmission needed replaced.

The same thought should also apply to your computer.
It's in the structure of the basic unit that makes all the difference.

Learn not to be a victim of overcharging and replacing parts you don't need replaced.

Repair and upgrade in the future without having to replace the entire system.

That's the way Computer Building 101 will show you how to build your computer, and because it'll last a long time...

You're Also Building An Environment Friendly Green Machine.
Not another throw away.

An Easy Step By Step Guide.

The Links you see on the left is intended to be read from the top down.

Doing so will take you step by step in chronological order that should be easy to follow while learning and planning, then at the last stage putting your computer together.

Each step gives lots of information about a specific part and the role it plays in your system so you can get a good idea of what you actually need to make the perfect computer for yourself.

So please follow the guide in the way it's written.
From the top first step of planning to the last step of actually putting all the parts together.

Reading everything first to get a good grasp of what's going on inside your system will make the actual doing of each step a lot more familiar and easier.

Then later you can use the links on the left to quickly go to any section you want to review.

On some pages you will see words that are links to other pages. These will usually be additional pop-up information pages about the item you are reading at the time. These pages will come up as additional pages so you won't lose your place just click out of them using the X in the upper right corner when you're through reading and you will still have your original page and place to keep reading from.

And most important of all...

Enjoy your computer building.