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Good PC Tutorials

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Evaninator66, Jun 8, 2016.

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  1. RoastierThanToastier

    RoastierThanToastier Active Member

    I just wanted to know if any of you guys know a good tutorial on how to build a PC? I've been thinking about it for a while but don't know how to build a PC. Can you guys help me?
  2. Omaplata

    Omaplata New Member

  3. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    Austin Evans did a good tutorial.

    Please feel free to ask me any question you have on building a PC. I wouldn't want you to mess something up. However, its not as hard as people make it out to be so you should be fine.

    I guess a pro tip that people don't include in PC building guides is that you have to research static protection and avoid building on carpet unless you know what your doing. Having built 2 PC on carpet all I had to do is touch the powersupply and case to stay grounded.
  4. TyMcLean

    TyMcLean Active Member

    Buy all the parts, throw them in the case, turn it on and pray.
    Just kidding, there are tons on YouTube like Stone Star posted. I know Linus has a bunch of them, depending on the build you want. My favorite was his sub zero rig.
    Good learning to you! Building is the greatest fun in the world.
  5. forevercrl

    forevercrl Active Member

    The link above is a good tutorial for building a pc, although it is a video 3 years ago. The video describe very details for how to build it and what should taking care. But it just for building the hardware, after you build a pc you also need to install window, driver and the software you need to the pc.
  6. im3dmundlee

    im3dmundlee Active Member

    linus brings fun to pc building in his video
    such as:

    its cool to watch, learn and have fun at the same time :D
    Vaypron likes this.
  7. ErrorSnipeZz

    ErrorSnipeZz Member

    hm.. it would help if you have a computer which doesn't work and someone who can explain you the parts of the computer and what they do...
    It's the easiest way :)
  8. clonex10100

    clonex10100 Member

  9. mrsun87

    mrsun87 Active Member

    Youtube and google is the source for all your answers to your questions.
  10. SoongSteR

    SoongSteR Member

    Google and YouTube have a lot
  11. DarkPhysix

    DarkPhysix Member

    Totally agree. All of my builds I have used this video. Thought it didn't take 30 minutes as I had to pause periodically, it is extremely comprehensive and easy to follow.
  12. jiajiang07

    jiajiang07 Member

    I just recently built my very first pc as well. I suggest looking into some of linustechtips videos on how to build a pc. Will definitely be very helpful
  13. Hadesgatee

    Hadesgatee Active Member

    I am watching some youtube channels. Above is allready one. linustechtips
    another one would be: Paulshardware and jayztwocents .

    These will help you build a pc , and give reviews on what you can/ could or should buy according to them. I found them very helpfull in building a pc for myself and for some others.

    Im not promoting these guys or get anything out of it. this is just my own opinion on how i got to build pc's :)
  14. smartinsider138

    smartinsider138 Active Member


    This website is a great place to start. (If you have a budget in mind or some specific components you want to build your PC around.) It gives you a pretty good build to start adding other accessories to and is usually very up to date on availability and pricing.
  15. 951102075665

    951102075665 Member

    Just search on Youtube or Google...
    They can answer you anything and everything...
  16. SkyweregamingNL

    SkyweregamingNL Active Member

    I always watch LinusTechTips, started watching them a year before i build my first pc and it turned out great.
  17. Yeah i like watching linus vids, def recomment those too
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