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Building a Non-Gaming PC

The previous article provided a basic outline and structure for gaming, production, and streaming DIY computer builds. In this extension piece, we’ll talk about...
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Building a Gaming PC

Defining that the core focus of a PC build is for “gaming” is a good first step – but there’s more to figure out...
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PC Hardware Considerations

There’s a constant feeling of “should I wait?” when making big purchases. It’s universal: Camera & photography equipment, cars, and even gaming PCs. PC...
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Driver Installation

Finally booting into Windows may feel like a bit of a homecoming. For a new builder, the process of just getting the system built...
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Moving the Build Inside the Case

Once the core components have been assembled onto the motherboard, it’s time to start prepping the actual build. At this point, your build should...
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Different Types of PCs You Can Build

Building a PC is all about modularity. Exploiting that modularity takes some pre-build planning, but is well worth the extra few minutes. The nature of...
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Common Mistakes When Building a PC

Building a PC is easy – yes – but there are enough components and enough small tricks that it’d be easy to overlook a minor,...
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Additional PC Hardware Terms

The previous definitions guide covered top-level topics, like PC components and general acronyms or initialisms that are encountered in the world of PCs. For...
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Linux Installation

Installing an open-source operating system (OS) remains a viable alternative to Mac and Windows. Open-source software is developed, maintained, and published by the community...
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