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How to assemble your Gaming PC

Step 1: Preparation

  • Organize all the necessary components, including motherboard, CPU, RAM, NVMe storage, power supply, liquid cooler, graphics card, and all cables. Also prepare the case by removing the side panels and ensuring that all necessary locations are accessible.

Step 2: Installing the Processor (CPU), RAM, Cooler and NVMe Storage

  • Install the processor onto the motherboard following the manufacturer's instructions. Attach the heatsink or cooler, then install the RAM into the appropriate slots. If you are using NVMe storage, install it on the motherboard according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Step 3: Installing the Motherboard

  • Secure the motherboard in the case using the provided standoffs. Then connect the necessary connectors coming from the case.

Step 4: Installing the Power Supply

  • Install the power supply into the enclosure following the manufacturer's instructions. Depending on your case, make sure the power supply fan is in the right direction. Connect the power cables to the components, including the motherboard, processor, graphics card (later), and storage drives.

Step 5: Installing Storage (HDD/SSD)

  • If you are using a standard hard disk drive (HDD) or SSD in addition to NVMe storage, install them in the appropriate slots in the case or on the motherboard, depending on the storage type you have chosen. Make sure you secure the storage drive properly with the screws provided.

Step 6: Installing the Liquid Cooler (if applicable)

  • If you have opted for a liquid cooler, follow the manufacturer's instructions for its installation. Attach the heatsink and cooling assembly to the processor ensuring a secure installation.

Step 7: Installing the Graphics Card

  • Secure the graphics card into the PCIe slot on the motherboard. Make sure it is properly aligned and secure using the appropriate screws. Connect the PCIe power cables from the power supply to the graphics card.

Step 8: Checking Connections

  • Make sure all connections are secure and secure. Double-check connections to avoid any potential problems when powering up.

Step 9: Initial Startup Test

  • Before permanently closing the enclosure, perform an initial power-up test to ensure all components are functional. Check the BIOS and make sure the system correctly recognizes the installed components.

Step 10: Installing the Operating System

  • Once you pass the test, install your operating system of choice using a USB drive or other installation media.

Step 11: Updates and Final Configurations

  • Update drivers, BIOS and configure operating system settings. Make any necessary adjustments to optimize the performance of your new computer.

Step 12: Closing the Case

  • Close the case by properly securing the side panel. Make sure all cables are well organized and the system is ready for use.

    Congratulations on finishing building your custom gaming computer! You have just created a powerful and unique machine that will meet all your gaming needs. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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