Today I Will show you How to Build a PC Step by Step and will put together an awesome 4K Gaming PC and 4K Video Editing PC from start to finish. Step by Step with all details. Granted, building this computer is not anything special and much similar to building regular PC however, there are a few tips & suggestions I have for you guys. Think of this as playing with LEGO; there are 1000 ways to do it but only one right way.
All the tools that you need, if any, is a regular Phillips-head screwdriver. However, having an extra set of tools can make your job easy if something comes up. Also, my recommendation is to use a magnetic screwdriver, have a tray to organize the screws that you remove from your pc, ground yourself, and keep a flashlight handy in case you lost one of your screws and can not find it.
Unscrew all of the thumbscrews on all side of the case to open your case and have access to all its components. If necessary you are planning to replace the included fans at this time also, remove all fans pre-attached to your case.
remove your motherboard from its case and carefully place it on a matt or on top of its box to have easy access to the components.
Remove your CPU from its protective plastic and case. Be sure to NOT touch the gold pins on the bottom! Place it on your motherboard and gently without using any fore place it in its place, push the CPU cover up and then lower the lever on the side to have the cap pup out (do not freak out this is normal). Position the CPU in your motherboard using the arrows to line it up correctly.
Before adding your heatsink check to see if your particular heatsink has thermal paste already applied if not this is a critical step as you must use the past without overusing. Depending on the type of your cooling system it is always a good measure to place it in at this point. The heatsink will fit right over the processor using four screws that will have to be secured, however, depending on your cooling system, please read all manufacturing guidelines and follow all necessary steps.
To install your RAM first unlock the clips on the RAM slots, then place your RAM modules in the suitable slots depending on the number of RAMs that you are planning to use. There is a notch on the bottom of the RAM that corresponds to the slot. Firmly push it down on both sides of the module. Repeat this step for any additional modules that you may have.
Your motherboard will come with a metal piece that fits over the ports on the motherboard and will be attached to your case. Simply snap it into place with a gentle push.
Place your motherboard in the case and gently slide it until the ports fit through the I/O shield and secure your motherboard.
Your case should come with screws. The number of pins required for your specific motherboard depends on the type and your case. Refer to your manuals for further details on the necessary screws needed. Use the included screws to secure the motherboard to your case. It is a good idea to put them all in loosely and then fasten them tightly at the end making sure not to put too much force otherwise you will crack the PCB of the motherboard.
Install the Graphics Card is always the best and easiest step. Remove the expansion slot covers on the back of the case, and firmly slide the graphics card into its place, then push it down into the slot on the motherboard until it clicks securely into place. Finally, secure the card with the thumbscrews included in your case.
Remove the disk bracket from your computer case. Secure it to the back of your drive depending on the model of your disk. Slide the bracket and the installed hard drive back into the drive bay.
By removing the thumbscrews from your case place the power supply back on it. Attach it to the power supply to your case with the included screws and push the PSU until it is flush with the computer case. Note that the PSU does not choke any cables.
Attach the USB 3.0 cable in the indicated spot and connect it to an extension if required by your specific build.
The HD audio cable is easily labeled so attaching it to the right spot should not be any problem.
There will be some cables for your motherboard that should be connected to your CPU cooling system. Depending on the type and the model of your case. Refer to the appropriate manual on how and where to attach these cables to your specific model.
There will be a 6-pin, 4-pin, or 8-pin PCIe connector coming from your power supply. Depending on your graphics card locate the appropriate connector and attach it to your graphics card to the top of the graphics card.
There is a 24-pin connector that powers the motherboard. Connect the port from your power supply to the indicated spot.
There is a SATA power cable that needs to be installed on the hard drive, and there is only one way to be connected
There is CPU power pin on every power supply. It should break into two parts for the motherboard that only uses one half.
Every heatsink needs to be connected to the power supply that comes off of the heatsink itself, and it should be connected.
The case will have a small three pin connector for the case fan. depending on the number of fans you are using you may need to buy extra splits so hook this in the indicated spot.
Every motherboard is equipt with a SATA cable. Simply connect one end to the hard drive and the other end to the motherboard.
Flip the switch on the PSU in initiate power.
Press the power button on the case, and the computer turns on!
depending on your system and need this is the time that you finally install your desired operating system.
after installation is completed and you have your operating system running check every equipment that you have installed and visited the appropriate website to update your drives.
Finally, visit your motherboard website and install the latest BIOS on your system to have a smooth operation while using your system
At this time grab a drink and enjoy your BRAND NEW SYSTEM.
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