What should be noted and considered when you are going to build a new PC? Let’s see, this 10 Things You Must Know to Build a New PC.
10 Things You Must Know to Build a New PC – Building a PC or computer will be more satisfactory if the hardware and software used in accordance with the wishes and our needs. Various brands of PC components continue to evolve and grow, so it is sometimes difficult to choose which is most excellent and according to our needs. Here are tips for those of you who will build PCs to spec accordingly.
1. Choosing a motherboard.
Selection of the motherboard will affect:
- Number and types of ports: parallel, serial, USB, etc.
- Type and amount of hard disk to be used: IDE, SATA, ATA
- Casing that will be used: micro, shuttle, mid-tower, server, etc.
- Type of processor socket
- Chipset (determines maximum RAM) and video graphics port
2. Choosing a Processor.
Select the processor and its speed. A more powerful processor will give better performance. AMD Athlon, Intel Core to Duo, Core to Quad, and so on, with his GHz speed.
3. Choosing Casing.
Do not hesitate to choose the casing is expensive though. Casing not only holds important components on the CPU, but also determines the chassis type and number of data ports that can be used through the front. See also whether or not the circulation of air, and a fan.
5. Choosing RAM.
Choose a RAM module that fits the slot on the motherboard, and in accordance with the maximum power on the motherboard. And select the correct RAM, with appropriate PC type .
6. Choosing the Right hard drive.
Select the hard disk to be used, SATA or ATA, note its RPM. How much hard drive capacity is needed.
7. Choosing a graphics card.
A motherboard is sometimes already provides onboard graphics card (and usually share). However, for certain professions such as architects, designers, photographers, 3D makers, animators, though graphics capability would require a higher level, to support their work. The graphics card has a different RAM, there are 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, and so on. Note the bit too.
8. Trim arrangement inside the CPU.
Trim the contents of the CPU with a neat and strong. Note the screws are used on each of the components, such as on a CD / DVD drives, hard drives, and other components that are not easy to shift. Tidy up your cables as well, so as not to cause short-circuit, or the position of the cable is safe and does not intersect with the fan.
9. Use the Burner.
Select CD / DVD that not only can be used for reading only, but the CD / DVD that can write or burn the files or back up into the CD / DVD. Not only using a flash disk, you will also need a file transfer and back-up using the CD / DVD.
10. Consider supporting the CPU cooler.
CPU is usually easy to heat. Apart from having to consider the good air circulation in the selection of casing, you also need to buy and install some additional fans that can cool your CPU, so CPU will not get hot fast. Buy a good fan and quality, not easy to loose and damaged.