Build Your Own PC Checklist

Build Your Own PC Checklist

Build your own pc to get your perfect computer. Every part tailored to your needs whether for gaming, design, sound or because you are a serious coder

Never built a PC from scratch before? Here is a checklist of parts you will need to build your dream PC.

Build your own PC tools

  • Thermal Paste
  • Watchmakers screwdrivers
  • Grounding Tool

Basic components to build your own PC

A box where all the hardware is installed and gives protection to the delicate internal components.

Choosing the right computer case is important so remember to select a case that fits all your components.

The heart and backbone of every computer. A circuit board containing the principal components of a computer where the processor and RAM live. The motherboard coordinates everything that happens inside your computer.

Also, you plug in your other parts like SSDs, hard drives, and peripherals.

PSU (Power Supply Unit) converts power from the wall socket which is alternating current AC to low-voltage regulated DC power that your motherboard and processor needs. Decide on the other components first so you know what power supply will need.

The brains of your computer where all the data will be crunched. Executes instructions from the software performing the arithmetical, logical, and input/output operations.

Temporary, short-term storage of information for rapid retrieval without it a computer can't perform simple tasks. RAM performs two jobs, handling the main memory and the memory for graphics ROM (read-only memory).

Long-term storage like operating system, software programs, and personal files. Size determined by megabytes (MB), gigabytes (GB), and terabytes (TB).

Fans / CPU Cooler draws heat away from the system A CPU fan is mounted on top of the CPU.

Purpose of rendering images.

Allow the use of audio components.

Transmit data from the network to your computer.

A cooling radiator.

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