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Keys to Building a Custom PC on Your Own

Building a Custom PC

Building your own PC is a fun project anyone can complete. To simplify the process, we’ve created this guide to help you get organized and get started! Continue reading to find out what materials you’ll need to complete your build as well as some pointers along the way.

Materials Needed to Build a PC

Before beginning the building process, you’ll need to make sure you have all the materials necessary to build your computer. The materials your PC will need depends on what you are building your PC for; if you want to build a PC for high-speed gaming, you should expect to spend more money on materials than if you are only using your computer for basic usage. Find the basic materials needed below: 

  • CPU/processor
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
  • Hard drive
  • Case
  • Power supply (if not included with your case)
  • Monitor

Conduct Product Research

Building a computer will be much more satisfying if you build it to last a while. The best way to ensure your computer lasts a while is to build it with the best products available. By choosing high-quality products, you will be building your PC for success. To ensure your PC has the right components, research each product you will be purchasing. Make sure that the products both match with their counterparts (for example, your motherboard must fit your processor) and that they will benefit your PC, not slow it down. It is not necessary to purchase all your products from the same distributor but if you find a reliable brand, browse their products and see what they have to offer.

Ask a Professional

The best way to make sure you’re choosing the best products for your PC is to ask someone who has the experience and knowledge to guide you in the right direction. Spartan Liquid Cooling has years of experience building custom PCs for countless customers. In addition to our builds, we also sell a range of liquid cooling and computer parts. Click here to view all of our products and contact us today with any questions!

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