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To tell you honestly, I do not know how to build a PC. Do you know? But I certainly would want to know how.
Building your own PC will save you hundreds of bucks. Instead of buying a whole pre-assembled computer from an expensive PC maker, why won't you try assembling your own PC yourself? It is called DIY - Do It Yourself PC.

Sounds interesting, doesn't it? The assembly is easy, especially if you can find the right guide or the detailed instructions on how to do it. There is also an advantage of doing it because you get to know the components your PC require to operate.

You might have already stumbled into easyasmypc.com. They have these 10 simple tips on how to assemble a PC kit.

1. Get the only tool you will need: 1 Philips Head Screwdriver
2. Set up a clean, flat workspace away from foods, liquids and pets
3. Seat the Processor and RAM in the motherboard, and mount processor cooling device
4. Open the case, and mount the mother board on the case chassis
5. Mount the power supply, and rout the power cables into the main compartment
6. Mount hard drive(s) and optical drive(s) onto drive rails, and slide into chassis
7. Insert cards into motherboard (e.g., graphics card(s), TV card, Modem)
8. Connect the drive cables, power cables and monitor(s)
9. Plug it in, boot it up, and set the CMOS settings
10. Load the operating system and close the case

If you don't find that easy, worry not. Easyasmypc.com provides detailed instructions, fully explained in text and photographs, so you can build a PC in no time and with fun!

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