Maximum PC Guide to Building a Dream PC

Maximum PC Guide to Building a Dream PC

by Will Smith (Editor)
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Maximum PC Guide to Building a Dream PC by Will Smith

Sure, there are many books on PC building on the market today. But none of them takes the no-holds-barred approach you've come to know and love in Maximum PC. This book cuts through the marketing hype and shows you just how to build the perfect PC from the ground up. Better yet, once your dream PC is built, we show you how to tune, optimize and backup your pristine environment. This is the one PC hardware book that no hardware geek or wannabe should be without. Buy one for the geek you love!

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ISBN-13: 9780789731937
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 09/03/2004
Pages: 263
Product dimensions: 8.08(w) x 9.94(h) x 0.40(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Tinkerers rule! At least, you had better believe this, if you want to benefit from this book. Smith is talking to hands on hobbyists, which want truly unique machines. Often heavily souped up. The pages of the book are in colour, which helps show even motherboards and videocards as pretty. Candidly, those of you who think this is impossible should pass on this book. The text goes through the basics of each type of component, for virtually all the types that can go into a computer. As already mentioned, motherboards and videocards. But also power supplies, memory, monitors etc. It is important to note that the photos are not just of isolated items. Several series of photos show clearly how to install a component. The colour photo sequences are well done. More useful than traditional black and white sketches that vendors might supply. These are common because vendors have slim margins, and more elaborate colour diagrams are costly. So the book tries to address this gap, amongst the issues it addresses.