Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by Darren, Jan 27, 2015.
awsome how to guide, will be using at a later date.
Thanks! Hopefully it's helpful for you.
Oh this is awesome. And that PC is looking badass. Is that your current rig?
Sort of. I've since changed my graphics card and motherboard. This is more up to date.
assembling is done by everybody with little knowledge sad, but professionals are professionals
What does this even mean?
Look at the majority of his posts.. mostly random words with no actual relevance
Yeah I didnt get it either.
Member has been taken care of.
Hey guys, Ive built my pc but one of the motherboard's screws doesnt fit. I mean there is no stand off so one of the holes is unused. Is that an issue? Is the one next to the 24 pin commector.
One of the standoffs doesn't fit in the case?
No. It doesnt have a standoff or a hole to place a standoff. So there is no way to "officialy" screw it there. Its like they are not completely compatible.
It will be fine. Just carefully hold the motherboard when inserting 24 pin main connector so it doesn't bend.
Yeah I did that. Thanks!
Thx for the post. But i still think it would be better to buy a pc. Just when you dont have any experience with building a computer
You're in the wrong part of town, friend.
This is a computer forum. Why on EARTH would we advise people to buy a computer when building one is better in pretty much every way outside of easiness. Also how do you expect to get experience and learn if you don't try in the first place, especially if you're following a guide?
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