Almost everyone uses computers, but we never really get into the guts of how they work. Sometimes it’s nice to make something with your own hands that you’ll use every day. That’s what this guide is about: how to build a PC from parts.
This can be daunting for a lot of reasons—it’s expensive, it’s complex, it can get messy. But I want to be clear: If you can build an Ikea table, bookshelf, bed, or anything that comes in more than one of those deceivingly heavy flat packs, you can build a PC. The tricky part? I can’t tell you how to build your PC. Not really. Not unless
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