I did my first ever build last year and it was surprisingly much more simple than I thought it would be...there is a ton of information out there and the biggest challenge is just wading through it all.
Once you get to putting things together, it's like an hour...if that. Then, of course, turning it on and 6 hours of updating drivers, installing software and whatnot.
Yeah, I've been throwing clunkers together outta spares for a while now. Its like the same thing only all the parts are new.
"No one jumps on the Cleveland Browns bandwagon; if you're on it, you've been there since birth"
R.I.P. Ahriman a.k.a. one of the coolest dudes Ive ever had the privilege of speaking to. You Are Missed "The Racetrack Is No Place For Snacks & Fancy Cakes!!!"
It's rather fun to build computers. After fixing them for so long and making Frankenputers..it's real good to treat yourself. Not to forget to mention everything comes in awesome good quality. Makes you feel like you're building a Porshe.
Easier putting together a new computer with good parts than ones with assorted old parts. Everything just loads and runs better with less messing with drivers etc. I've been building them for myself and relatives for many years.
Driving a 2006 Chile Pepper Red Redline with Comp Package and Stage 2, 106K miles.
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