- Nov 11, 2007
- Sri Lankan gone down under
- Go away....look at something else...
If my uncoordinated ass can do it, you definitely can. It's easy.I bought a Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900 gaming PC.
4.0 GHz Intel i7 6700K, 16GB RAM, 2TB HDD + 256GB SSD with a 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics card
A 25" LG gaming monitor
and a Canon Pixma printer
as well as a Visco Logic gaming chair (red and black to match the computer) for me to sit upon.
I wish I had the skills to build my own pc, but I lack the technical know how and hand-eye coordination to do so.
Yup!It sounds like you haven't ever tried, because it's no harder than putting a few lego pieces together.
Agreed - there are even guides out there that list every part you should buy along with sources, so you don't even have to know anything about the merits of one component versus a competitor or whether each part will work with each other.It sounds like you haven't ever tried, because it's no harder than putting a few lego pieces together.
I always stress the most about getting the thermal paste on the CPU just right (not too much and not too little), and the cooler to sit correctly. Even after a decade and countless CPU installations I still worry about that.The most stressful part of it for me was probably getting the mobo installed but that's because I'm ultra paranoid. It definitely wasn't difficult.