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  1. How to set up a desktop computer tower

  2. What you need: Required: • A case suitable for an ATX standard motherboard • Any ATX standard motherboard • RAM • Hard Drive Disk or Solid State Drive • Power Supply Unit • Video Card (If the motherboard doesn’t include one) • Suitable Central Processing Unit • Some form of coolant system (e.g. CPU fan or heat sink) Optional: • Sound Card (If not integrated, highly recommended) • DVD/CD-ROM or Blu-Ray Drive

  3. What you need: Processor : 1 x AMD Bulldozer FX 6100 Six Core 3.3Ghz, Socket AM3+, Black Edition, Retail BoxedCPU Cooler : 1 x AMD CUSTOMBUILD Standard CPU Cooler (Already Supplied)Motherboard : 1 x ASUS SKT-AM3+ M5A97 (Socket AM3+/AMD 970/SB950/DDR3/S-ATA 600/ATX)Case : 1 x Zalman Mini Case Black - Micro ATXMemory : 1 x Kingston 16GB (4 x 4GB) HyperX DDR3 1600MHz DIMM 240-pin CL9 XMP - Web Special PriceVideo Card : 1 x ASUS 2GB GeForce GT 630 (2GB DDR3/PCI Express 2.0/810MHz/1800MHz)Harddrive : 1 x Seagate 1TB Seagate Barracuda Green SATA 3 6gb/ps HDD 5900RPM - 32Mb CachePsu : 1 x ACE 700W BR Black PSU with 12cm Red Fan + PFCOptical Drive : 1 x Samsung 24X SATA DVDRW Dual Layer (Oem)Os : 1 x Microsoft Windows 7 64 Bit (OEM)Sound : 1 x On Board Sound card - StandardNetwork : 1 x On Board Network Card - StandardWarranty : 1 x Falcon Standard Warranty - 1 Year Parts And 3 Years LabourMonitor : 1 x Aoc 21.5 Inch Widescreen LED 1920 X 1080 5Ms TFTKeyboard : 1 x CIT USB/PS2 Combo Keyboard BlackMouse : 1 x Zalman Optical Gaming Mouse M300 (USB/2500dpi/7 Buttons)Speakers : 1 x Trust 2.0 Speaker Set SP-2370 7 Watt + SPK OUT

  4. Where does everything go? • PSU • CD /DVD ROM Drive • HDD • Floppy Disc Drive • IDE • PCI Slot • Video Card • Sound Card • RAM • Real Time Clock • CMOS • BIOS • CMOS Battery • Processor (CPU) • Heat Sink

  5. Motherboard Motherboard Here is an example of what a motherboard will look like before and it has been put into its casing. Motherboards tend to come in industry standard sizes(ATX, Mini ATX, Micro ATX etc.) so that users don’t have issues with putting them into a case.

  6. Central Processing Unit CPU Here is an example of what a processor will look like before and it has been put onto the motherboard. This is a very fragile component so great care must be given when installing this into its correct slot. There is a designated area on all modern day motherboards which allow for the removal and placement of CPU’s (as seen in the image above).

  7. Hard Drive Disk HDD Here is an example of what a Hard Drive Disk will look like before and after it has been put into the case. All modern day computer cases need to allow for at least one HDD/SDD as this is where to operating system is stored. Also with the HDD will be either a Parallel or SATA cable for which to plug into the motherboard.

  8. Power Supply Unit PSU Here is an example of what a Power Supply Unit looks like whilst it is inside of the case. A lot of PSU’s need to bought separately however there are some cases which come with basic ones pre-installed, which support integrated motherboard components only. This is found on the outer area of the case and will have designated spot for which to be put into.

  9. RAM RAM Stick Here is an example of what RAM will look like before and after it has been put onto the motherboard. There are usually two RAM slots on a motherboard as standard, but there are also others which support more than two.

  10. Heat Sink and Fan Fan Heat Sink Here is an example of what a heat sink attached to a fan looks like, the component tends to be a small fan with a metal grill underneath. These components can either be found together (as shown in the image above) or separated into the heat sink and fan. They will have a designated area just on top of the CPU to keep its temperature down.

  11. Integrated Components (ports, Cache) Cache I/O Most motherboards come with integrates features such as a USB ports and audio jacks. So that users don’t have issues with putting them into a case. As you can see from the picture above, there are many types of integrated components which can come with motherboards as standard.

  12. How to put it all together • Connect All of the mentioned apparel and then proceed to connect a monitor, keyboard and mouse and optionally some speakers. • The guide at the beginning of the document will allow for users to find which ports the components will connect into. • If the components aren’t faulty and they are connected correctly then the computer should be ready to turn on and use.