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Offline bigheadfred

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Re: Who Really Built Your Computer?
« Reply #50 on: November 30, 2016, 08:25:56 PM »
@Suppressed , yes it is a good vid, BUT, those are some pretty big-dog boxen they are constructing... gamer-level stuff... @bigheadfred should know that these represent high-end product, and there are cheaper, less expensive means...


Yes, good point.  But I meant it more to illustrate how to assemble components.

Still, most users won't need liquid cooling and the like.

I prefer liquid cooling in the hottest weather.

Thanks for the insight/info. @roamer_1

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Re: Who Really Built Your Computer?
« Reply #51 on: November 30, 2016, 09:16:48 PM »
Thanks for the insight/info.

Just start picking up old boxes from your neighbors or from garage sales... If they have a Vista, Win7, or Win10 key on them, they're worth parting out at the least... And in my experience, most can be resurrected easily - Normally just a virus infection, or a toasted hard drive...

It'll give you practice and a little depth... And maybe some money, while you learn.

When you get ready to build one, start a thread for it in tech... I'm sure folks will be happy to help you out...


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