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#13 - gameshredder
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(05/24/2013) [-]
>Blowing out the dust
>Blowing out the dust
#3 - kevinspacey **User deleted account**
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(05/24/2013) [-]
do you teach yourself **** about computers? im good in computer classes but i know **** all about building a computer from seperated parts and **** like that
#11 to #3 - anon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
if you have ever replaced a printer cartridge, plugged in a vcr, and screwed something in, and you can read, then you can make a computer no problem
#4 to #3 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/24/2013) [-]
Its like playing legos but with Spec ratings you have to match and pair to get the most out of them all. I've built two and I'm starting my 3 next week. Easy stuff, just got to take precautions
#16 to #3 - nsfwanon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
I built my first PC in January (the pic), just do what I did. I went to pcpartpicker (.com or a UK version depending), and it automatically picks parts which are compatible. Say for instance you want to run AMD, then it'll only show AMD compatible motherboards, etc. Then you buy them from the cheapest place you can.

Then it's a case of a giant lego set. You could watch a 'how to' on youtube and loosely follow it, that's what I did. Most parts come with a basic installation guide anyway.
#21 to #16 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/25/2013) [-]
RATS NEST!!!!
WHY DID YOU EVEN SHOW THE INSIDE!!!
CHOKING ON LACK OF AIR FLOW!!
#22 to #21 - turretbuddy
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Use twist ties and **** mang.
#24 to #22 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/25/2013) [-]
This was my first build, flipside was smashed with wires and Zipties.
Just wished I had gone with a Modular PSU instead. Oh well, I learned my lesson on that one and only use Modular ones now, Got a OZC 1000 Gold Modular one in the PC I have now.
#25 to #24 - turretbuddy
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Gonna be building my first, r8 pls pcpartpicker.com/p/Yyz5

Also should I leave the side open while playing the vidya?
#27 to #25 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Oh, plus don't leave panels open if you can avoid it. Good Fans with clear wiring for air flow through dust filters is always the best route
#26 to #25 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/25/2013) [-]
I have that CPU, but water cooled. Its good at its stock Clock, if you just air cooling it with that Cooler Master N520 then your golden, just don't really OC it.

I use a Gigabyte 990FX UMD3 MOBO and its great for me, save a few bucks

I would swap the 3 Ram sticks of 4GBs for a 2 sticks of 8GB, saves some slots for upgrades later (if you're running 64bit OS)

I've always had a better time running ATI or AMD GPUs with AMD CPUs so a Nivda GPU is effy for me. People run them but I don't like mix Brands.

Case fits those form factors so thats your style

Thermaltake's a good brand, I don't like buying under 750watt, thats just me, should run that all fine, so long as you're not doing 2 / 3 way SLI GPUs

I would recommend Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, thats just me, I prefer more control

#29 to #26 - turretbuddy
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Yeah I'm still thinking on the gpu, if you could be so kind as to recommend a good amd 3Gb graphics card I'd gib infinet cokiez.   
   
It it easy to make add another gpu later to make an sli? If yes I'll probably upgrade the power.
Yeah I'm still thinking on the gpu, if you could be so kind as to recommend a good amd 3Gb graphics card I'd gib infinet cokiez.

It it easy to make add another gpu later to make an sli? If yes I'll probably upgrade the power.
#31 to #29 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Adding a GPU is easy. Just got to have the Computer see it with the installed Drivers.
I would recommend refering to the almight YouTube for details greater then the ones I can give here.
#30 to #29 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 3Gb OC Ed is a good one and fits your Budget

Plus you won't need more then 2 GPUs, You'll see a huge gain after when doing 2
but 3 or 4 GPUs you see minor gains for big money, so Frames Per Second starts getting expensive at that point.

*Note: Nivdia is SLI AMD is Crossfire
#34 to #30 - turretbuddy
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(06/09/2013) [-]
I have everything set and I was wondering if a monitor comes with all wires that would make it display the best as I see in the bundles 'deals' on Amazon. (hdmi is bad? Is it?)


Also updated parts list: pcpartpicker.com/p/14yVn

I've removed the things I've already purchased. r8 agen pls
#36 to #34 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(06/10/2013) [-]
Most come with the Basic DVI link cable, good enough, HDMI isn't bad if you're running 22" and under monitors that way they stay true to PPI or if you're ok with just running 1080p like on a Big Screen TV or Most Projector setups. A $20 sound card isn't gonna add anything you won't already have that your Motherboard is gonna give you, so cut that out or go with a "ASUS XONAR ESSENCE" or a "Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD" Those will give you better sound quality but I mean what are you running them on? $60 2.1 speakers aren't gonna sound any better if they're low grade stuff to begin with. I have a Xonar with $160 Audio Technica headphones and it sounds Amazing. Wifi on a Desktop PC? Idk, if you're ok with extra Ping time added to your gamin sessions go ahead, but most would agree, Wired, Wired, Wired connections are always better in many ways. Windows 7 Home eh, ok. I prefer Win7 Ultimate 64bit and run nothing less.
#37 to #36 - turretbuddy
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(06/10/2013) [-]
Added the Creative Sound
store.valvesoftware.com/product.php?i=ECS002 Headphones, no speakers.

I have a complicated setup as the router is a floor under me, and I'd rather not take out part of the floor and ceiling to fish the wire through.
So Linksys WMP600N

ALSO: Which parts are possible to arrive dead?
Updated: pcpartpicker.com/p/150sj
#38 to #37 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(06/11/2013) [-]
Parts that can arrive dead? Well, pretty much anything really. Sad true but its not really a common thing, you can look up on forums like Overclockers for your stuff to see if they have DOA complaints are not, Really its a Toss up. With the FX chipsets its important to look up if the stock BIOs is ready for the 8350 because some like the GIGABYTE UD5 and 7 don't but the more popular but less advance with the features.
#39 to #38 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(06/11/2013) [-]
UD3 does, and I mean CPU into Motherboard to running ready, Alot will label AM3+ ready but they mean it can have a AM3+ CPU in the socket but would need a BIOs update to run that CPU, meaning you would need a another CPU that can already run on that MOBO and then install everything then update BIOs then swap CPUs. PAIN IN THE ASS, did it once and I've never made that mistake ever again, thankfully for me I have a few CPUs in my drawers that I was able to swap out to do it all in
#40 to #39 - turretbuddy
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(06/11/2013) [-]
So if my motherboard has that problem, I'll need a temporary cpu to get an update?
How/where would I find and install these drivers?
What is mobo?
#41 to #40 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(06/12/2013) [-]
If it doesn't have the most current BIOs to run the newest Chipset yeah you would need another CPU.

The Manufacturer's website

Mobo = Motherboard
#42 to #41 - turretbuddy
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Any relatively simple way to check if it has the newst BIOs? POssibly save a couple bucks.

The cpu's or the mobo's?
#43 to #42 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Manufacturer's website or Forums that have talked about your Mobo
#44 to #43 - turretbuddy
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Danke, I'll come back to this thread if I have any more problems.

eet me tumbs until den pls
#32 to #30 - turretbuddy
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(05/26/2013) [-]
Thank you vury much
Thank you vury much
#33 to #32 - Thebiggeorgy [OP]
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(05/27/2013) [-]
No problem always willing to help a fellow builder
#18 to #16 - kevinspacey **User deleted account**
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(05/24/2013) [-]
thank to you and everyone else here. whats an amd?
#23 to #18 - turretbuddy
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(05/25/2013) [-]
Best known for their graphics cards, they also make processors.
#19 to #18 - nsfwanon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
Processor. That and Intel are basically the biggest manufacturers. I went with AMD because it fit my budget and the one I chose had good reviews.
#17 to #16 - nsfwanon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
The wires are a mess, but I had no way to put them behind everything so that's pretty much the best I could do with it.
#7 to #3 - mrwillje
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(05/24/2013) [-]
There are so many videos on youtube and things you can read! look at newegg's "how to build a computer" it's really good, got me started about a year and a half back
#12 - arsyro
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(05/24/2013) [-]
I thought the monitors in the bottom pic were a window
#15 to #12 - marmiteistasty
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(05/24/2013) [-]
I was unaware that it wasn't.
#20 - oxYKellark
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(05/24/2013) [-]
Just buy a damn caseless comp
#10 - anon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
So I'm not allowed to buy a fancy PC if my other one is dusty?
#14 to #10 - anon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
no
#9 - fuckerrr **User deleted account**
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(05/24/2013) [-]
I have always just a had family computer....i don't bother with them fancy *******
#8 - anon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
No one cares what the insides of a p4 worthless piece of **** HP computer looks like.

Granted, not a SINGLE computer of mine has ever looked like that...
#6 - anon
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(05/24/2013) [-]
glass = too much friction for my palm
#2 - largeheadphones
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(05/24/2013) [-]
I think it would be a little easier with the desk, It reminds me that its dusty.
#1 - barbwirepain
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(05/24/2013) [-]
or just you know, try and dust the room you keep your computer in