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Build My Own PC Part II

Finally I have some time to write down about my experience in building the pc of mine at home. It was not-at-all fun but at the end it was gratifying.

Just knowing that I can connect the hardware without anyone’s help (excluding all the Google-ling) or I should have said *paid* help, just makes it cool. I guess knowing little bit is better than fearing of not knowing the little.

Here are some of the images of the hardware in my room before I started off building my pc.


IMG_6188 IMG_6190 IMG_6193 

Well I don’t have much regarding the details of what happen except to say that when I installed windows 7 beta, I ran into a sleep mode issue and the same issue was again there when i formatted and installed vista. So now I am thinking of reformatting and installing the windows 7 release may be after couple of months I guess.


Oh by the way i messed up the processor while installing or i think so went back to the store and got a

replacement as it was not working :) i was scared they may not take it back claiming it’s my fault :D


any way,

all is well :)


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