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Saturday, March 14, 2015

How To Build a Computer - A Beginners Guide


Have you ever wanted to build your own computer?

Would you like to know what each component does?

Do you want to know how to get the best bang for your buck?

This course will begin with some explanation of different terminology when it comes to PC components. We'll take a look at what goes with what, things to watch out for, and how to decide what parts need to perform better based on the tasks the computer will do.

We'll spec out systems to your needs and then describe how the components fit together. We'll then talk about how to search online for the parts that you want without breaking the bank.

We'll go through the steps of building your first computer piece by piece, with great attention to detail. We'll then go through the process of installing an operating system on the computer, to make the system fully functional and ready to use!

I plan on this course being an evolving one over time. Later installments may include things like:

High-end Gaming PC Builds
Water Cooling
Home Theater PC Builds
Raspberry PI Builds

In our first installment, we'll be looking at how we can build a general usage PC that will perform well for daily use using a classroom lecture format.

Category: IT & Software / Hardware

What are the requirements?

Knowledge of basic computer usage is necessary for this course.

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 20 lectures and 3.5 hours of content !
Build your first computer from scratch !
Gain a basic knowledge of PC components and how they interact !
Learn how to shop for components that have a high dollar-to-performance ratio !

What is the target audience?

This course is meant for hobbyists, students and technology enthusiasts that want to build a well performing computer for themselves or for a friend !


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