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anyone build their own computers?


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11 hours ago, the13bats said:

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Oh, dear

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Wrong thread woops

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38 minutes ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Wrong thread woops

 

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If you've got a bunch of old components of which you've acquired over time for building your PC or are trying to get a spare harddrive recognised, the following link from that previously posted 2nd will prove indispebsable. If you don't learn how to do that, you'll not advance any further: 

How to Enter the BIOS on Any PC: Access Keys by Manufacturer | Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com)

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My son bought $3,600.00 worth of gaming computer parts and me and him built it in 3 nights after work. I can’t remember all the parts but he had a buddy design it and tell him what parts to buy. It’s got all the bells and whistles in it. I couldn’t believe how big and heavy the graphics card was. It alone has two fans, a thermal cooler and led lights with multiple outputs. The 2T hard drive was nothing like I’ve ever seen it was no bigger than a stick of chewing gum. And his processor is liquid cooled with another radiator with fans and led lights. He is learning to mod games. The hardest part was running the wires making it look nice because one whole side of his tower is glass. We had to buy cable extensions for a few things but it’s up and running.

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On 9/15/2022 at 6:24 AM, Freez1 said:

My son bought $3,600.00 worth of gaming computer parts and me and him built it in 3 nights after work. I can’t remember all the parts but he had a buddy design it and tell him what parts to buy. It’s got all the bells and whistles in it. I couldn’t believe how big and heavy the graphics card was. It alone has two fans, a thermal cooler and led lights with multiple outputs. The 2T hard drive was nothing like I’ve ever seen it was no bigger than a stick of chewing gum. And his processor is liquid cooled with another radiator with fans and led lights. He is learning to mod games. The hardest part was running the wires making it look nice because one whole side of his tower is glass. We had to buy cable extensions for a few things but it’s up and running.

You don`t need to spend anywhere near that amount to build a gaming system that can max everything out for a few years.

Your son has gone overkill, especially if he brought the parts himself as it would be like paying $5000 from a store.

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