Things To Remember While Building a Computer

Building a computer is not a very difficult task for those with the knowledge and skills. Though experience also counts, that does not mean that if you do not have the experience you cannot do it.

This process generally involves joining or installing different parts together. When you want to build your own computer, there are things you are always advised to keep in mind if you want the process to end up successfully with a computer serving your needs.

These include:

  • First and foremost, you should consider the purpose of the computer you want to build. This is important as it will determine the components that you are going to purchase in terms of their specifications.

    For example if you want a computer to do many things and run sophisticated programs, you must choose components that will be able to support the programs comfortably.

    These include

  • Processor
  • Memory (Random Access Memory
  • Hard Disk
  • Motherboard
  • Power Supply

These Are the Most Essential Components

  • Consider the Operating System you will use. This will also determine specifications for these components

  • Consider all the tools and safety kits you require. It is advisable you purchase a computer kit that comes with all tools and safety kit.

  • When purchasing the above-mentioned components, make sure you do so in one location or shop so that you can confirm they are compatible with one another. This is after shopping for the best prices

  • After purchasing these components, buy the others which include:

  • Casing
  • DVD drive
  • Floppy drive
  • Video cards
  • PCI cards
  • Network cards
  • sound cards

  • Once have all the components prepare your tools in a cool, dry and quiet place
  • Make sure you discharge all the static charges in your body before you commence

  • Since this is an electrical process take care you do not short circuit any components
  • Start the process and work diligently, following all the procedures slowly until you are through

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