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Parts that I cannot put together alone

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I dropped nearly $1800 on these parts, one of my co-workers has offered to help me build this computer this weekend.

Things are to happen.

There are two internal 7200 RPM, SATA, (2) 1 TB HDDs not in the picture, and, two, LG, (Blu-ray / DVD / CD) writers.

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Beast, but I myself am an ATI man.

*insert Old Spice Guy here*

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Nice. It's probably a little sad that I can recognize every part in that picture. I can't tell what CPU it is though because the text is too small!

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i5? What do you have trouble putting together?

And I too am an AMD/ATI man.

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Everything is color coded and pinned/keyed these days, you can't put anything together wrong without forcing it.

If you can't build your own PC these days, you need to tattoo STUPID on your forehead.

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give me your address :D

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Yeah that's true. It's setting up the BIOS that most people seem to screw up though. Motherboards can default to some retarded ass values.

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Yeah that's true. It's setting up the BIOS that most people seem to screw up though. Motherboards can default to some retarded ass values.


It's all in the manual, which people forget to read. Even RAM comes with the timings printed on the package/label, should your bios not configure them correctly by SPD.

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I'm not saying they are right to be confused :P

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Yeah that's true. It's setting up the BIOS that most people seem to screw up though. Motherboards can default to some retarded ass values.


It's all in the manual, which people forget to read. Even RAM comes with the timings printed on the package/label, should your bios not configure them correctly by SPD.


Some people dont notice or know this stuff though cinder. :P




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