Ways you can Build your Gaming PC
If you like to game, you can have an elevated experience if you game using a gaming PC. You do not need to buy a gaming PC because you can build your own custom gaming PC. When you build you’re a custom built gaming PC, you will ensure that it has all the features that you have always wanted in a gaming PC. When you have a good gaming PC, you will have a better experience using it. By having all the tools required in the construction process, you will be able to build your own gaming PC. Here are tips to guide you on how to build a gaming PC.
First, search for all the necessary tools that are needed in building the gaming PC. You need to have screwdrivers and adequate space to work. You should think about the materials you are going to use for your case. You should also look a CPU and motherboard to install in your PC. Start by mounting the CPU. Take out the motherboard out of its packaging and look for the CPU socket. There is a metal lever, which is close to the CPU socket and you need to press it and pull it down carefully.
The next step is to install the CPU cooling system. There are many types of CPU coolers, but you should always use the manual cooler. However, some coolers have a thermal paste while others don’t have. If your cooler does not have the thermal paste you will have to apply it. After you have installed the cooler, you should install the memory or the RAM. Before you install the RAM, you will have to determine how many RAM slots are available on your motherboard.
The other step is to mount the power supply. Unpack your PSU and install it on your PC. Ensure that when you are connecting the PSU, the fan is facing the outside section of the case. In situations where there is a vent on your case, the PSU should be installed facing upside down so that there can be normal air flow. Install the motherboard as the next step. The motherboard has an unattached I/O shield.
You need to snap this shield into place at the back of your case. The next stage is to connect the GPU. You have to look at your motherboard and look at the slot reserved for the GPU. Install the storage after the GPU is properly mounted. The final step is to install the operating system.