OK, im gonna build a pc from scratch, ive got the money. Can someone list the parts for me. I know some main parts, like case, motherboard, ram/memory/,hardrive,dvd rom/cdr,... what else
Eerrr..Processor & heatsinkFanPower supplyIDE cablesGraphics card / sound card if not built into m/boardA drive?Operating systemTool kitCuddly toy.HTH;-)
An important consideration is patience! Computers are not difficult to build but can be frustrating. Have a look at click here for some instructions.€d
Consider a DVD burner which could replace both the DVD-Rom and CD-RW.
ok, thanks for the replys, but ive got 1 more question, if a motherboard has in built sound/video, would i be able to use graphics card and sound card seperatly, like buy a graphicsa card and put them into the motherboard.
The answer is yes you just turn off the on-board sound/video and install your sound/video card. Make sure the m/b has a agp slot (advanced graphics port)for the graphics card.The sound card will fit into a spare PCI slot so make sure the m/b has a spare PCI slot if you are planning to use a sound card rather than onboard sound.
I built my current system and was chuffed when it sprang to life.BUT1 - Self building may not work out any cheaper than buying a complete system.2 - If you have any problems you might have more of a headache warranty wise.Personally I wouldn't self build again unless I was using a few parts I already had - which is more upgrading I suppose.Can I ask why you are building instead of buying ready made?p.s. Best of luck if you go ahead with it
I would suggest you buy a motherboard with on board sound but without on board graphics, the reason being that a separate AGP grahics card generally produces better resultsCan I suggest you look at click here and you may care to see if your local library has a book called "Upgrading and repairing PCs" by Scott Mueller.You may not save much by building your own, but you will certainly enjoy it if you take it slowly and you will also be able to be your own 24hr help line so that any "return to base" is avoided
Sorry...link should be click here and not the one given above
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