Cartridges Supplies Parts

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Cartridges Supplies Parts

Through all the articles I've done in the construction equipment, has been my mantra "Only there are eleven main parts of a computer. If you can connect just eleven points, then you can build a PC. "If you're new to this hobby, you may be wondering what the parties are, and how to decide which buy. Let's start from the beginning.

CPU: You build your unit around its CPU. You can choose from Intel or AMD chips in a wide range of speeds and prices. This fundamental decision helps determine many choices you will later. Here, you should ask if you want a basic task and Internet computer or something faster, and higher prices.

I prefer having a pack of CPU-heatsink-fan. It costs about the same as getting the parts separately, but you do together will have a factory tested combo known to work correctly.

Motherboard: Once you have decided on a CPU, you can choose a motherboard socket type it. Many of these functions must be considered. How many PCI expansion slots needed? Do you want video on the motherboard, or a separate card? Similarly, you want firewire on the board or card, or at all? Most boards come with sound, but is it the quality they require, if you're a player?

Hard Drive: How much storage capacity you need? A task PC 40GBs be found heaps of space, while a video editor should look 200GBs or more. If you are doing analog video capture, get the faster hard drive can be found to avoid loss frame.

CD / DVD: Yes, there are still plain CD-ROM in the market, but as the common medium of exchange of information of all kinds is the CD and DVD, I have good rewritable drive. If you want to share movies you've done, spend a few dollars for a unit that will make movies and CDs.

Floppy: Many people have eliminated floppy drives. Do not. They provide a last chance to save a team paralyzed by a virus. In addition, the discs cost pennies only.

Graphics Card: If you decided not getting video on the motherboard, you will need a graphics card. The more memory on the card, 128MB, 256MB, or whatever, the better for games and such. However, more memory means more heat, and possible cooling problems. You can get cards that use AGP, PCI or PCI Express.

Modem: If you are still stuck with dial-up, will have to get a 56K modem. At least are now very cheap.

Case and Power Supply: Carry out all these wonderful things you will need a case. A simple man like me only ask for a box with perforated vents on it, but you may want something extra. A design statement can be done, if you are into that sort of thing.

Of greater concern is the power supply. There is a disturbing trend among manufacturers to link cases perfectly acceptable power supplies less than allowed. By this I mean less than 300 watts. This is the minimum for a basic PC. If you're a player, you want 450 watts or more.

Fans of the box: Considering the heat generated inside a computer, I like as many fans as possible. They cost only five dollars or so each.

Michael Quarles is author of Building a PC for Beginners.

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