How to build a PC

Building your own PC is that simple


Build a PC Step by Step

Step 1

Be Prepared

Something important you need to know before building a PC

Step 2

Install CPU

Hold the CPU with extra care! Learn how to install Intel/AMD CPU

Step 3

Install M.2 SSD

Install M.2 on the socket closest to the CPU

Step 4

Install CPU cooler

The airflow is important, make sure it’s coherent to that of the case

Step 5

Install RAM

Install RAM correctly to enable the dual-channel function

Step 6

Mount motherboard into case

Remember the standoffs, standoffs and standoffs

Step 7

Install SATA drive

Connect the SATA drive both to PSU and Motherboard

Step 8

Install the PSU

So many cables out there, know which cables exactly you need

Step 9

Connect Front Panel Cables

Activate Type-C, USB port and power button on the case

Step 10

Install the Graphics card

Install GPU in the PCIe slot which is nearest to CPU socket

Step 11


The most important step, to check whether your install PC correctly

Step 12

Cable management

Shut down the power before you do the cable management

Step 13

Connect Peripherals

HDMI should be connected to GPU not the motherboard

Step 14

Install OS

Use a bootable USB to install the operating system

Step 15 Register Products

Register and Extend warranty of your product

5 tips to pick the right PC parts

How to choose graphics card

5 Tips When Purchasing Your New Graphics Card

So, you are in the process of putting together a brand-new gaming build or upgrading your current build so that you can play the latest and greatest video games. Excitement levels are set to maximum and you are ready to pull the trigger and get building, but then the common question arises… What is the best buy graphics card, also referred to as a video card?

How to pick pc parts-ssd and hdd

5 Tips When Purchasing SSD and HDD Storag

Are you looking to build a new PC and are unsure what storage to purchase? Perhaps you are looking at ways you can easily increase the performance of your current gaming PC but are not sure what the best options are? With so many options available it can be tricky to know what the best SSD to get is or how mush SSD do I need. Well, we thought we could help make the purchase process a little bit easier for you by helping guide you on your purchase choices

How to pick pc parts-case

5 Tips When Purchasing a Computer Case

Having picked all of the components that you want in your gaming PC is great, but all that hardware needs to be installed somewhere. This is where the computer case comes in. There so many types of computer case designs and different computer case sizes that it can me tricky to pick the best one for you. So, let’s jump in to our beginners 101 guide and see what the best PC case is for you.

Motherboard buying guide

5 Tips When Purchasing Your New Motherboard

So, it’s time, time to build that brand-new gaming rig that you have been saving up all year for, but what motherboard, also known as a mainboard, do you buy? Well, we have put together 5 tips for you that will show you how to choose a motherboard and to help ensure that you pick the best one for the job. As always, once you have an idea of what you might want it is recommended to do a motherboard comparison and compare motherboards so that you can compare your selection against all offerings available.

How to pick pc parts-RAM

5 Tips When Purchasing RAM

So, you have picked all of the components for your new gaming rig and you have your AORUS C300 GLASS case ready to go but there is one piece of the puzzle left, the RAM, but this is where some confusion starts to set in. Picking your GPU and motherboard was the easy part, but with so many RAM choices available it’s hard to know which one to buy. This is where the questions start. What RAM should I buy? How much RAM do I need, or more specifically, how much RAM do I need for gaming?

How to choose power supply

5 Tips When Purchasing a Power Supply

You are almost ready to pull the trigger on that new gaming build that you have been saving up for. You have carefully picked the all of the components that are going to make up your dream build, that is all but one. The Power Supply. The questions start racing through your head, “what power supply do I need?”, “do I need a modular power supply like the AORUS P850W 80+ GOLD PSU?”. It can become a little daunting.

How to choose gaming monitor

5 Tips When Purchasing GAMING MONITOR

When people are trying to pick a gaming monitor from so many options in the market, they often ask themselves these questions: What's the difference between a regular monitor and a gaming monitor? There are so many specs! How should I understand them?

How to pick pc parts-CPU cooler

5 Tips for purchasing a CPU cooler

The CPU is one of the single most important components inside your computer. It is the brains of the entire operation. The thing with CPUs is that they run hot, and when we say hot, we mean it. The issue with components running hot is that computer performance starts to become negatively impacted, the hotter something gets the worse it performs and the cooler something is the faster it performs. This is where CPU coolers come into to play. It is there job to keep things running nice and cool, but what is the best CPU cooler for you?

Video game stream

5 tips to get started as a video game streamer

Video game streaming has exploded in popularity over the past few years with popular streamers entertaining us with the latest game releases on Twitch. Lots of PC gamers are turning to these streaming platforms to start their own streaming channels and grow a following thanks to the fact that its now easier than ever to become a streamer. The question is though, what does it require to start streaming PC games and what specs do you need to a streaming PC? Well, today we aim to answer some of those questions of how to stream on Twitch.


What is Motherboard?

The motherboard is the central hub of the entire computer and is the driving force behind all of your computer hardware.

What is Graphics Card?

The Graphics Card is responsible for taking the information from your computer and rendering it as an image on your monitor. This is done by converting the data products on your computer into a signal that your monitor can actually understand, resulting in the vibrant imagery that we gamers love.

What is CPU?

The CPU is one of the single most important components inside your computer. It is the brains of the entire operation.

What is RAM?

Random access memory, or RAM for short, is responsible for temporarily storing information that your computer needs to access quickly. Unlike traditional storage in a PC, accessing information stored in RAM is extremely fast and is intended for short term storage.RAM allows your computer to quickly and easily access stored information for your programs and games, which in turn increases the performance of those applications.

What is CPU Cooler?

The CPU cooler's purpose is to keep CPU running cool and prevent it from overheating, which will throttle overall performance.

What is the SSD and HDD storage?

The SSD and HDD is responsible for storing computer data. HDD's have been the traditional method for data storage for more than 50 years. HDDs consist of moving parts such as spinning platters in order to be able to store data. SSD (Solid state drives) provide the sweet spot between price and performance. They make use of flash memory to deliver faster speeds than HDDs. They are only 2.5 inches in size which means they fit nicely in your computer case, leaving more room for other hardware and improved airflow. SSDs have no moving parts which in turn means that they are not as susceptible to failure, making your data more secure. This is a great advantage over HDDs that a more prone to errors and data loss.

How to choose a motherboard?

  • Pick a Side – Intel or AMD
  • Form Factor – Size DOES Matter
  • RAM – The Need for Speed
  • GPU – Single or Multi?
  • Connectivity – Make Sure You Can Connect Everything
  • BONUS TIP – Cooling Matters

How to choose the PSU for my PC?

The first thing to figure out is how much power you need from your power supply. All of the hardware that you have in your PC requires a certain amount of power to be delivered from the PSU in order for them to function. But how do you determine how much power you need? You can check our article for more detail information.

How to choose the computer case?

The most important thing when choosing a computer case, also known as a chassis, is to make sure that the case physically fits your hardware and it suitable for the build that are wanting to complete. You have a few size options when choosing a computer case with the most common being Full Tower, Mid Tower and Small Form Factor.

How to choose the CPU Cooler?

When deciding which CPU cooler to buy, you must make sure you pick one that matches the sockets on your motherboard. Different CPU coolers have different thermal designs , which means they have different thresholds for heat output. If you pick a higher end CPU, you'll likely also need a higher end cooler to avoid throttling. The size is also important to consider. After all, you must get a cooler that will fit your case and not get in the way of other PC components.

How to choose the Graphics Card?

The Graphics Card, or GPU, is probably the most notable part of a PC setup. Similarly, it will likely be the most expensive part of your PC setup. Think about what kind of games and applications you will use and let that help inform your purchase. If you are doing light gaming on 1080p then there's no need to max out this part. Likewise, if you are an avid 4K or VR gamer then you'll need a higher-end model.

How to choose the RAM?

This is the first question that you need to ask yourself. How much RAM do I really need in my new gaming rig? Computer memory comes in a range of different kits and sizes so it is easy to be unsure of how much you should really buy. This is especially important to consider when shopping on a budget.

How to choose the SSD or HDD storage?

The first thing that you need to determine when buying SSD and HDD storage is how much storage space you really need. Usually more storage space is better, but it can also become a costly endeavor, especially if it is not really needed.

It's best to think about what you use your computer for on a daily basis.
Do you download and save lots of media files?
Do you play lots of video games and like to have them all installed at the same time?
Do you do any content creation work on your computer?