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  <h1>PC Build Guide</h1>
  
  <h1>Step 1</h1>
  
  <p>The first step is one of the most crucial of PC building, which is picking your parts. I would recommend going to PC Part Picker and choose your indivdual parts. Here is what I will be working with.
    
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      <li>CPU-AMD Ryzen</li>
      <li>Cooler-Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler</li>
      <li>MOBO-Asus STRIX B350-F GAMING ATX AM4 Motherboard</li>
      <li>RAM-Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory</li>
      <li>Storage-Seagate Barracuda 2TB</li>
      <li>Video Card-Asus GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB STRIX Video Card</li>
      <li>Case-NZXT 3S40 Elite</li>
      <li>Power Supply-EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply</li>
      <li>Monitor- 2x HP cwa 21.5"</li>
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  <p> Does your parts list pass the compatibility test? If not then I would recommend going into each part's webiste and checking if they match with each other component. The bild i will be working with is around the 1600 mark and it will have slight overclocking abilities from 3.2 Ghz to 3.6 Ghz. One more thing to be careful of, if you are using an AMD Ryzen CPU then you will need to use an AM4 socket MOBO and if you are using an intel CPU you will need a LGA 1151 for it to, essentially, "fit".</p>
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  <h1>Step 2</h1>
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  <p>First, lets start by prepping our MOBO. You will only need your CPU, MOBO, RAM sticks and thermal paste for this step. Here are my parts.</p>
  
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  <p>First slowly release the retension lever which is located in the middle of your MOBO. If you have a brand new board, the plastic cover overtop the CPU holder will get fired off its hinges. DO NOT THROW THIS AWAY, if you are to send the MOBO back to the manufacturer without the plastic cover, then your warranty will go void. When you have relases the retension lever then take out your CPU and hold it by its sides. Then line up the arrow on the CPU to the arrow on the MOBO and gently place it in the cpu holder. It should not wiggle out of place and should be in their pretty cozily. Now we will need to apply the thermal paste. Take of the rubber stopper on the compound. If you are using an Intel CPU then squeeze out some compound no larger nor smaller than a grain of rice. If you are using bigger AMD CPUs then increase the size to a green pea. Befor, you do this however, check if your CPU cooler has any pre-appplied thermal compound. If this is the case, then there is no need for adding the thermal paste. Are you done now? Good! We will now engage the final preperation for the MOBO, the RAM sticks. There should be 4 slots on your MOBO where your RAM sticks will fit. Before we commence, make sure this is not the slot for your GPU. Now release the mini levers on either side of the slots and place your RAM sticks in properly. They have a notch which fit into a slot in the RAM stick holding. Finally, we can place our CPU cooler on the CPU. At this point I will have to leave you as there are way too many routes for the CPU cooler, wether it be air or liquid or dual or singular. I would recommend going onto youtube and wach tutorials of Cooler installation. SO we part for now...
    Are you done? NICE! You have just prepped your MOBO, how do you feel! Lets move on!
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  <h1>Step 3</h1>
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  <p>This step would have been very difficult to explain, so I have linked a video to it. So now that you have installed your MOBO inside of your PC, we can move on to install our video card. There should be some PSU slots on your motherboard left over from your RAM sticks. Place the GPU inside of this slot. Now that you have finished this we can now install our storage. In your PC there should be a small slit in the side of the case. Your solid state drive or storage should fit inside this slit. There, your storage has been installed. Now we get to the hardest part of the build... the cable management.</p>
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  <h1>Step 4</h1>
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