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How To Assemble A Desktop PC

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How To Assemble A Desktop PC

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 90

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Building a computer can be a very rewarding experience. Since you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking about building your next computer instead of buying one pre-built. This is a very viable option these days and can bring many benefits; you can learn a lot about computer hardware by building one, you get a totally personalized computer, you can choose better components and you may be able to save some money. But even given all of these advantages, there is one really good reason to build instead of buy – because it’s fun.

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