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  • hello and welcome to my 2020 gaming PC tutorial.

  • Have ever wanted to build a game PC where you've clicked on the right video.

  • So we're here in Tustin, California at their wonderful sponsor, micro centers location.

  • We're not only going to pick out all of our components for a build, but most going to show you step by step, how to actually build it.

  • So even if you may be built a computer before come along with us, shall you shall we shell us and shall we build gaining Keesee when choosing components for build?

  • The place I always like to start with is the processor.

  • Now this is going to dictate a lot of my other choices for picking different components for my build.

  • And really, when it comes down to the processor, there are a couple of major choices and D and intel.

  • Now for this specific build, I am going to be going with the rise and 5 36 100 X.

  • Let's build.

  • I'm going to be using the ASU's tough be for 50 m plus.

  • Now, is this a solid mid range for which is microwave?

  • Oh, this is my crew.

  • A TX the one who's looking forward or in front of the thing I like about this is that now, is that a cell?

  • A mid range board that will fit in our case, which I'll show you in a second.

  • But on top of that, it will support our rising Prosser.

  • You have into slots basically a lot of the things that you would typically look for in a motherboard.

  • This has it.

  • And thanks to our wonderful sponsors at Micro Center have a condo deal get 20 bucks off by this as well as the writing process together.

  • The next component I'd like to go for is the case.

  • You know what you have your motherboard selected, which in our case, is a micro 80.

  • Export means that you can pick what size case you want.

  • So they're a couple of options.

  • With our specific build, we could go with a smaller micro, a TX chassis.

  • However, if this is your first time building a PC, actually do generally recommend going with a little bit of a larger chassis.

  • And because this is the age 5 10 it means that we have a nice, clean aesthetic.

  • It's all white, actually.

  • does a good job of kind of hiding your cable management.

  • So it's a little cleaner and you have a tempered glass panel.

  • Not bad for 70 bucks.

  • No.

  • When it comes to building a gaming PC, arguably the most important component is your graphics car.

  • This is really what powers all of your gaming performance.

  • It is a very crucial component now for this bill because we are aiming for something mid range.

  • I think Andy's brand new radio 5660 which I very community have right in front of me is going to be perfect.

  • $280.

  • This should be plenty for literally any time a VP game you can think of and even 14 40 p if you really want to push it once you have your graphics card selected and you make sure it will fit in your case, which shouldn't be a problem unless you're working with a very, very small case.

  • Next choice to pick is your power supply.

  • So this is where something like this Power Specs 651 unit is going to be perfect now.

  • It depends on your specific sort of system.

  • On what kind of wattage, and there's actually a couple of features that you should pay attention to with the power supply.

  • So one of the which is the actual size, so there are a couple of different models.

  • So there's SFX, which is generally again for very small systems, a smaller power supply general little bit more expensive.

  • Or you can go with something like a full size HSK supply, which is what 95% of people are probably going to do now.

  • This issue really solid option.

  • I only $60.

  • You're not only getting an 80 plus bronze rating, you always want to look for a plus on your power supply.

  • If it's anything lower than that, you're likely getting something very low quality.

  • And nice little benefit with this is that it is a semi modular supplying against a little bit of that later.

  • But essentially it means your cable management will be a lot cleaner because you only plug in the cables that you actually need, as opposed to stuffing a giant pile of cables in some corner of your case when you're not, this is much better.

  • Single of four is ran.

  • Now this is an area, which actually is fairly straightforward.

  • So first of all in your unless you're building a very budget system, I would recommend at least going with 16 gigs of RAM.

  • And beyond that, if you're using an Intel processor, speed is not incredibly important.

  • DDR force pretty much all you need.

  • What if you are opting to go with an Andy rising system like we are you?

  • Do you want to get something at least a little bit on the faster side of things not necessary?

  • It will definitely work with lower speed memory.

  • We could get something like this.

  • Trident.

  • Easy, Neo.

  • It's 3600 megahertz.

  • It will significantly speed up your performance.

  • And importantly, it also has RGB.

  • So there's that next thing, a lead is your storage.

  • Now, this is totally up to you.

  • If you want to use an old school mechanical hard drive, by all means go for it.

  • You are going to get a lot of capacity, but they're really slow at this point.

  • I don't really recommend it unless you want it as a secondary drive.

  • You really should pick up some kind of SST for your main boot drive.

  • They have a couple of options here.

  • They're the older school say the style, which is a bigger kind of SST the extra amount inside the case, the general going to be a little bit cheaper, but they are going to be slower.

  • However, if you're building a new PC today, every mother board should support the M to envy me standard.

  • You'll find that over here now is that a much smaller recipe, but importantly is going to be significantly faster, which is why we're going to be going with the Inland Premium SST.

  • The 5 12 gig model, which is only 67 99 is, well, really fast and really good for 67 99.

  • So that's all you need to build the gaming PC itself.

  • However, you're probably going to want a few extra things.

  • So first of all, you're going to need peripherals, So I've opted to go with hyper X stuff this time around.

  • So have the police fire search for cheap e mails.

  • I have the Alloy Origins keyboard as well as the Cloud Singer headset, really speaking mouse and keyboard definitely needed, and so it is time to actually build our PC so we're here at Micro Center.

  • We actually take advantage of their workspace.

  • Although realistically all you need is a decent sized table in a very rigorous set of tools.

  • Phillips screwdriver.

  • Literally.

  • So big reason why I chose to go with this case is because it is so wide open on the inside.

  • So even though the motherboard won't even fill the entire thing up, it's really easy to run cables behind the back of the motherboard.

  • And specifically, our power supply has a nice little basement to live inside.

  • So the PC opened up.

  • Our next up is to work with power supply.

  • Now, this is the semi modular supply that I was talking about earlier, and there's a good reason for that.

  • So you see all these extra cables that comes with now, depending on your build, you actually want to use some or all of these.

  • But odds are you're probably not going to want to plug all of the man.

  • And if we don't have to say, plug in five hard drives, we can easily just not use that it will make our cable runs a lot cleaner.

  • When you stole the power supply, you need to pay attention to where the fan is.

  • So with a case like this, we could actually theoretically put the fan up or down over.

  • Because if you look on the bottom of our case, we have a dust filter.

  • We should have the fan facing down, so all of this might look complicated and confusing.

  • However, it's actually not that bad.

  • Let me walk you through a couple of the power connectors that we're going to be using for this build.

  • We look for the really big fat guy.

  • This is the 20 plus four pence.

  • This goes into a motherboard.

  • Every single PC build is going to need one of these.

  • Right next up, we have our CPU power.

  • So this is a four plus four pen.

  • Most of the time you're gonna want to put these together, and this also will go into the motherboard.

  • What for?

  • Some boards, you may only need the four pen, and that's why it breaks apart, You see, has a little clip on it.

  • So it only goes one way.

  • If you're building a NBC, the next connector is something you're almost certainly going to need, and that is the PC high power.

  • Now, this is a six plus two pin.

  • So again, depending on your graphics card and may need six, they may need the full eight.

  • And in many cases, you actually want to need multiple installing.

  • Our power supply is very straight forward.

  • So they're fan facing down.

  • What will you do is a little just slide it into place.

  • If you look inside your power supply box, you should find four title screws.

  • Now, this is all we need to use actually mount the power supply.

  • It's become a bit closer here.

  • You can see it.

  • There are four different holes actually lined up, flying it up correctly.

  • There's a hole here, here, here and here, and all you do is just screw it in that one tip.

  • This is good for PC building, but it actually applies to a lot of things is to use a cross pattern on your screwed.

  • So don't do it super tight.

  • And then, instead of just sort of going around in a circle now they've got a top left end.

  • We're not going to screw the bottom right.

  • The reason won't use a cross pattern when you're installing power supplies were really any kind of PC component is it applies even pressure.

  • So if you do like the left side first, the entire supply might actually be slightly misaligned.

  • Is this just good general advice?

  • If you're putting on like a car tire, you should use a cross pattern.

  • You shouldn't just go kind of like around in a circle before we start building with the motherboard.

  • Let me give you a brief tour of what's going on here, because at first glance, well, there's a lot of stuff.

  • So number one thing to pay attention to is this.

  • This is the Seaview socking.

  • It is slightly different between Andy and Intel, but regardless, essentially, you just drop your seat for you in here, and I'll explain that in just a second.

  • Now, to the right of that are our memory channels.

  • So these are dense lots of the kids calling these days.

  • RAM dims dim, so it's really straightforward.

  • Open up the little slots, and this is where we'll be installing our memory to the right of this is our power characters.

  • This is that 20 plus four pen, the really big guy.

  • That's where that gets plugged in If you look on top of the Seaview soccer, this is the eight pen power supply.

  • So again, from the actual power supply, you're plugging two things in here.

  • The 20 plus four pen and the eight.

  • That's it.

  • This is our PC I slot.

  • This is where you will install your graphics card.

  • Now you have a couple of other slots and generally speaking can use these for things such a CZ.

  • If you're doing a really crazy build multiple graphics cards but usually will plug in things like, you know, a capture card or maybe like a WiFi card or something in here, The nice thing to pay attention to is our M to slot.

  • Now, depending on the motherboard, you may have multiple of these.

  • Sometimes they're actually on the back, like underneath some kind of cover.

  • This one's thankfully right in the middle, and this is where you will install your into envy me.

  • SST.

  • One thing to pay attention to those are these little screws right here 2042 22 16 20 to 80 20 to 1 10 Now, based on what size dress is is, it's almost always a 20 to 80 you'll want to plug in a screw or screwing a screw into one of these holes, and that screw will come with the motherboard.

  • So that's the only thing that kind of gets a little confusing because you definitely need that screw to keep it in.

  • Otherwise it falls out and then you don't have an SST.

  • So the thing I want to focus on first is our processor.

  • And he's actually done a good job recently of shipping pretty solid coolers in the box, especially considering that this entire step is not particular.

  • Expensive actually makes a lot of sense for a semi budget build.

  • You see, it's a fairly beefy he think.

  • Now.

  • One thing I will say is on the bottom of any of these coolers.

  • Andy until one of the cases, they will have pre applied Thermal.

  • This is great.

  • We don't have to deal with any sort of tubes.

  • Whatever.

  • We can just drop this right on.

  • However, don't touch this when it comes to a processor.

  • This is actually one of the more fragile components of the bill.

  • So, generally speaking, grab it by the sides and do not, under any circumstances, touch these tiny little gold pins on the bottom because it is an Andy Prosser.

  • It has a lot of these pens, and if you've been any of these, it could very easily kill the Seaview.

  • All we do is lift up a little metal retention on.

  • You'll see the entire stock.

  • It moves back to take a process.

  • There's a a tailed gold era, which has a corresponding little notch on the actual socket.

  • All we do is line it up again, do not force it, just gently arrested down and look at that.

  • See if he's installed, push the alarm down.

  • Done.

  • Simple right, I know.

  • Could be scary, right?

  • I may or may not have meant appended to on a safety in my lifetime.

  • However long you're nice and gentle, do not push it into the slot.

  • Let it rest.

  • If lined up, it will slide down and you'll be just fine.

  • Now we need to toss on our cooler, which actually should be pretty straightforward because this is an anti boredom.

  • We're using a bit of a larger cooler.

  • We actually do need to remove these four screws on either side to remove these little plastic pieces.

  • Reason to bring that up is if you actually look on the back of the motherboard.

  • We have this little metal retention, Please.

  • This actually needs to stay here, that we're gonna remove these guys.

  • Don't worry about that back plate too much, because it's not gonna go anywhere if it's holy.

  • What kind of robot was having a bad day with this man?

  • Oh, yeah, One little tip.

  • So they're actually a two ways.

  • This could go on.

  • It doesn't matter at all.

  • Except that you've got this little AMG logo.

  • I've accidentally done it wrong where it's upside down.

  • So just keep in mind which way you want to do it.

  • But essentially way Have a window.

  • Our case.

  • So this is the point where if you make bad decisions, people will judge you.

  • This cooler is very easy to install.

  • So always do again.

  • Trying to touch that thermal paste It just line it up with the screw holes that we have right here should just rest right into place.

  • And with that, then we'll just start throwing it in.

  • Now, another reason why you want to make sure that you're applying even pressure is because we wanna make sure that thorough paced on the actual CTU with making a nice, solid, firm attachment.

  • This is starting to look like a thing, right?

  • We have a big cooler and a CPU, very important components, so you'll see there's a little cable that's attached to the fan.

  • So this is a four pen header.

  • Now they're usually will be pretty close.

  • So, for example, ours is right here a little steep, you fan header.

  • That's really easy to install.

  • You'll see there a couple of not just here.

  • So it means it only goes in one way you do is line up and drop it right into place.

  • Boom.

  • We're ready to see you when it comes to installing round there, a couple of things to keep in mind.

  • So because this is DDR four, you'll see there's a little notch in the middle, and the entire thing is actually slightly curved, so that means that you're going to be able to put it in one way line that knocked up with the corresponding notch on the motherboard.

  • If you try to put it down, it's not going