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So I'm gonna get a pc in somewhat like two months and I never built a pc bevor. This is my first one does anyone have some Tipps for me cause I don't want to destroy it

 

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Look up some YouTube tutorial and you will be fine. 

Building a PC really isn't that difficult. Just remember to not build it on a carpet. Preferably you should be barefoot, and touch a large piece of metal like a radiator to ground yourself before touching the components. 

 

Also, all parts should be fairly easy to put in its right slot. If you feel like you need to push hard to extert a lot of strength, stop what you are doing and check if you are doing things correctly and that everything is aligned properly. 

 

 

Oh, and the motherboard manual is usually great. If you need help, check the motherboard manual first, and if you are unsure just make a thread on the forum. 

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7 minutes ago, Minetomy said:

So I'm gonna get a pc in somewhat like two months and I never built a pc bevor. This is my first one does anyone have some Tipps for me cause I don't want to destroy it

 

Youtube.... Linus Tech Tips, Jayz2Cents, Paul's Hardware, etc. Research research research.

 

Read forums here.  

 

You'll be fine.  It's just a computer, nothing to worry about.  If you still don't feel comfortable after that, get an adult to help you.

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LTT released a very thorough video not long ago. It should have all of the information you may need.

Otherwise there's plentyyyy of online resources. Like @LAwLz said, the motherboard manual is usually great. It helped me with my build.

 

 

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1 minute ago, LAwLz said:

Also, all parts should be fairly easy to put in its right slot. If you feel like you need to push hard to extert a lot of strength, stop what you are doing and check if you are doing things correctly and that everything is aligned properly. 

To add to this. Judging by the build suggested to OP in June, there's a good chance they're going LGA 1700.

@MinetomyDouble check CPU orientation. Even when it's in the socket correctly it'll take what feel like a lot of force to lock the retention mechanism. 

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

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