As the price of famous brand computers goes up, the popularity of customized computers is increasing. So why not make your own customized computer for yourself? In this blog post, we will introduce how to make a customized computer. Read on to learn more about it!
Things you need for making a customized computer
When assembling the computer body, the total number of parts is eight. Additionally, you will need a screw driver and a cutter knife.
– Graphic card
– HDD or SSD
– a screwdriver
– Cutter knife
How to make a customized computer step by step
1. First, plug the CPU into the motherboard. If you need to replace the main board because of a mistake in the CPU after plugging in another one first, it is cumbersome because you have to unassemble the other parts for repair and replacement.
2. Insert the RAM into the main board. Unpack the RAM and insert it into the elongated RAM slot on the motherboard. The RAM slots have to fix pins on both sides, which must be pressed all the way to release and then inserted into the RAM.
3. Install the cooler on the CPU. Then, plug the power line of the cooler in the direction of the 4-pin terminal labeled “CPU_FAN” or “CPU_OPT” on the motherboard.
4. Insert the buzzer into the terminal labeled “SPEAKER” or “SPEAK” among the “F_PANEL” terminals at the bottom of the motherboard.
5. Connect the lines from the power supply.
6. Connect the power cable of the power supply, plug it into the outlet, and turn on the power supply switch so that the shape of the “|” is pressed.
7. Install the I/O panel (rear terminal guide steel plate) enclosed in the main board in the direction of the square hole on the back of the case.
8. After adjusting the position of the case pin and installing the terminal guide, align the rear terminals on the side of the main board with the guide hole and insert them well. (When installing the main board, it is usually done with the CPU and RAM plugged into the main board in advance. Frequently unplugging and inserting these two parts is likely to damage the parts, so once plugged in, replace it or never pull it out again until a problem occurs.)
9. Check again if the main board is securely fastened to the case, and then install the graphics card.
10. Install SATA-standard SSDs and HDDs.
11. Connect the front terminals of the casing. You must connect the line to the main board.
12. Install the power supply into the casing.
13. Connect the lines from the power supply (see terminals/power supplies) to the computer.
14. Close the lid of the case and tighten the screw so that it does not open.