How  to build your own personal computer 

 

 

 

Assembling a Computer is not so easy but with the right knowledge about power cables and pin any person can build their own desktop. In this tutorial, you will learn to assemble your own personal desktop. After finishing this tutorial you can assemble any computer you want, it can be of your friends, family or someone else.

 

To first build a computer you will be needing these following components

  • Monitor
  • Cabinet
  • Motherboard
  • Processor
  • PSU(power supply unit)
  • Hard disk
  • Ram
  • Mouse
  • Keyboard

 

Follow these instruction Step by step:

1)Take the processor, you will get 2 component one chip and the other one is a processor fan. Take out the chip and unlock the socket in the motherboard and place the chip and on top of  it place the processor fan and tighten them with screws

 

 

2)Now open the cabinet side panel and install the power supplying unit and tighten the screws

 

3) There will be a bunch of wires coming out from your PSU, take the EPS cable and connect it to the motherboard beside processor. It can be of 4 pins or  8 pins depend on the motherboard and processor.

 

 

4)Check for the main power cable known as ATX cable with 24pin of PSU and connect it with the motherboard

 

5)Put the Ram on the slot given in Motherboard.

 

 

 

6)Install the hard disk and connect them with SATA cable which comes from the PSU. There will be a socket in a motherboard with name SATA which connect the motherboard to hard disk

Harddisk need 2 cables installed one from PSU to harddisk another one from hard disk to the motherboard

 

 

7)There will be some cable of your cabinet which will be connected to the motherboard for power on and restart and other USB ports

Connect the power cable and restart cable in motherboard pin

 

 

 

 

 

8)Now connect the monitor, mouse, and keyboard with CPU

9)Finally, select a suitable operating to install on your desktop.

 

If you like to install a graphics card on your computer there will be a socket just below the processor to mount the graphics card. Some graphics cards need an external power source to work so, therefore, you have to check for PCIe connectors cable of your PSU and connect it to a graphics card

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