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    It is quite simple to build a PC. Many people buy pre-built computers and you do not get the best bang for your buck. Overclocking and upgrading is basically non-existant. PC manufacturers use minimal hardware in most cases to show a great price at the retailer on the low end. On the other hand, some of these PC's come with real good processors and maybe a good graphics card but they have limited motherboards and very low spec'd PSU's. If you read my article on choosing hardware (http://forums.pureoverclock.com/showthread.php?t=9541), building it is rather easy.

    If you have played with an erector set as a kid, building a computer is as easy as A.B.C. Lets get started.



    When using a stock heatsink and some aftermarket heatinks, you can install the motherboard first. Some aftermarket heatsinks use the same attachment method as the stock heatsink. Some heatsinks require a backplate mounted to the back of the motherboard. In this case, the backplate and hardware must be installed before mounting the board inside the case.






    Lets start with discussing computer cases. All computer cases come with instructions. Read the instruction manual first before starting. All cases come with a similiar plate to mount the motherboard. All motherboards have holes in them to screw to the case using standoffs. The holes are standard so any brand motherboard will fit perfectly when installing.








    The standoffs screw into the motherboard plate and the motherboard sits directly on top of them. the motherboard is simply attached with phillips screws.








    INSTALLING PROCESSOR



    Intel and AMD processors are a little different but they are very similiar to install on the motherboard. ALL sockets have a bar that must be lifted prior to setting the chip onto the board. When the chip is set, the bar pushes down to the original position.



    Intel











    AMD





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    INSTALLING HEATSINK

    All stock heatsinks and some aftermarket ones attach to the socket bracket in the same fasion. Like mentioned earlier, they can be installed after the motherboard installation but if a backplate is required, it needs to be installed prior to motherboard installation.

    Some heatsinks have thermalpaste or thermalpads preinstalled. Do not use these applications. Clean it off with isopryphyl alchohol and buy an aftermarket thermalpaste. The two most readily available are Artic Silver 5 and OCZ Freeze. Either work very well. Apply a dot the size of a small pea and install the heatsink. The pressure will spread the thermalpaste.




    INSTALLING PSU

    It is always easier using a modular PSU for cable management but a non modular PSU's work fine and installs equally the same. A series of screws attaches it inside the case. Most PSU compartments are on the bottom of the case but some have the compartment on the top. Simply screw the screws in and attach. All PSU's have the same alignment holes so it is fool proof.

    INSTALLING GRAPHICS CARD

    Your motherboard has PCIE slots and the graphics card clips into the PCIE slot. It is very simple. You will need to remove the plate on the back of the case so the card can be installed properly.


    INSTALLING MEMORY


    Installing memory is the easiest of all tasks. The modules can only insert one way. Look at the module and look at the board. They snap in. Simply push down the plastic locks, insert memory and slightly push. They snap in. Read your motherboard instructions as to what Dimms the memory gets installed. Each configuration on the amount of memory requires a different Dimm.



    Ok. Lets start hooking the power sources up before we intstall the optical and storage devices. Your connectors look like these. It is impossible to hook the wrong power connector to the wrong device. The only thing that can go wrong in this step is you fail to hook a power connector to a device.




    Most motherboards main power source consists of a 24 pin connector and a 6 or 8 pin connector.


    The graphics card will have 1 or 2 connectors on it. 8 or 6 pin


    Next, we need to connect the power switch and LED from your case. You can refer to your case or motherboard manual and it will give the precise details where your connectors attch on the motherboard. Here is a common place:



    You are almost done! All we need is the hard drive and CD/DVD installed!
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    Installing the hard drive and CD/DVD are very simple. The hard drive uses a sata cable to the motherboard and a sata power connector to the PSU. To install the optical, you will need to remove the faceplate, insert the optical in the case and screw her down.


    The left connector is your sata power cable and the right is the cable that plugs directly to the motherboard.

    Here is the connector and power supply:




    INSTALLING STORAGE DEVICE(HDD/SDD)

    The hard drive or solid state drive installs very similiar to the optical drive. Most cases will not install from front as optical but rather from the side. Some insert and screw in and some cases have neat hot swapable compartments that require no tools. The power source and sata cable hook up exactly as the optical drives.





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    Ok just about done. Make sure all your fans are connected. The Heatsink fan need to connect to motherboard and your case fans need to be connected. There are two types of power connectors.




    When you are finished, plug in your monitor, mouse and keyboard. The system should fire up. If it doesn't you will look like this:


    Don't worry. Post your problem and our PUREOC forum will gladly guide you through your problem. If you take your time and follow step by step, everything should work. It is time to install your operating system!

    Once the system is up and running, it is time to do cable management. Cases do not come with cathode lighting but they are easy to install. The lighting really adds a nice look. Here is a photo of a case I window modded and installed the cathodes. A decent setup should look like this.




    Good luck to all!

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    I am going to show people this whenever anyone I know is interested in building a computer. This guide is amazing and detailed enough to where it won't confuse people. Good job man.
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    Your showing a system with dual cards, so make sure you mention installing the SLI or Crossfire bridge which you didn't do on this system
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Your showing a system with dual cards, so make sure you mention installing the SLI or Crossfire bridge which you didn't do lol on this system
    The photo with 2 cards is to show some real good wire management. Crossfire or SLI cards do require a bridge to connect the 2 cards.

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    Good Post .. although the best guide I have seen happens to be on youtube..... but that is like from 2003...

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