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I have built every computer I’ve used since I was eight. Motherboards are still my least favourite component to buy. This video helps break down what to look for in a main board.
Building a computer from scratch gives you the perfect machine for your needs, but it can be daunting the first time around. Over the next few days, we’ll be taking you through the buying, building and installation process step-by-step. Today, we’re going to start with a little computer hardware basics.
Between all the dust, dead skin, and microbes, computer keyboards can get grimy pretty fast. This handy graphic reveals what might be lurking on your keyboard, as well as some clever ways to get it cleaned up.
You can build a pretty decent computer with a small budget. But if you really want to cut costs, the folks at Linus Tech Tips scrounged together a used server motherboard, two tandem quad-core CPUs, and 16GB of RAM for under $US150 ($209).