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The Complete Guide: How to build and upgrade a PC from top to bottom.
     

The Complete Guide: How to build and upgrade a PC from top to bottom.

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Have you ever thought about building your own computer? Actually buying a motherboard and a case ¬along with all the supporting components and assembling the whole thing yourself?
Here are three reasons why you might want to consider taking the plunge:
1. You will be able to create a custom machine that exactly matches your needs.
2. It will be much

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Have you ever thought about building your own computer? Actually buying a motherboard and a case ¬along with all the supporting components and assembling the whole thing yourself?
Here are three reasons why you might want to consider taking the plunge:
1. You will be able to create a custom machine that exactly matches your needs.
2. It will be much easier to upgrade your machine in the future because you will understand it completely.
3. You may be able to save some money.
And, if you have never done it before, you will definitely learn a lot about computers.
In this article, we'll take you through the entire process of building a computer. You'll learn how to choose the parts you will use, how to buy them and how to put them all together. When you're done, you will have exactly the machine that you need.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014478588
Publisher:
Kris Wenzke
Publication date:
04/30/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,297,717
File size:
226 KB

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The Complete Guide: How to build and upgrade a PC from top to bottom. 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is nothing more than a 10-page article. The "complete" in the title is a lie and I feel ripped off. The article has things like "do you want an Intel or AMD processor" or "do you want PATA or SATA disk" without giving any guidance of discussing the differences. The most repeated advice is make sure the parts you buy match the other parts you buy. The next to the last page talks about links for more information, and I'm not making this up, there is a link to "PDP-11/40 Processor Handbook" from 1972. p.s. was forced to give a 1 start even though I wanted to give it 0.