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post #11 of 61
Dude just build the damn rig. If something isn't working then troubleshoot from there. You'd be wasting time testing every single part before you build the system, especially if none are faulty.
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post #12 of 61
Quote:
Originally Posted by Infinite Jest;13826646 
Can anyone give me an opinion on this? I'd like to start assembling tonight.

I dont even know what this means.... unless you have a known working system to individually test each part before assebling the new pc.

put everything together and if you have problems, describe them here and we will be able to help.
    
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post #13 of 61
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Thanks guys. I think I'm going to stay away from random googled guides.
post #14 of 61
Www.mysuperpc.com is a fantastic step by step guide with pictures to building a new computer. I highly recommend it for anybody new to the process. Good luck!
post #15 of 61
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;13829084 
Www.mysuperpc.com is a fantastic step by step guide with pictures to building a new computer. I highly recommend it for anybody new to the process. Good luck!

Thanks! Exactly what I was looking for.
post #16 of 61
Nice Build and we have the same mobo and join the asus p67 club!
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post #17 of 61
i didnt test any of my parts- like said previously, it just takes a lil bit of time to test something IF there is a problem at all (which i highly doubt). Also yo should check out various youtube vids- most of them are really helpful
    
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post #18 of 61
All I can say is hide your wires. Make sure it does not look like a bomb blew up inside when your done with it. Find a pic of a forum member with your case for some ideas on how to hide your wires!
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post #19 of 61
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Quote:
Originally Posted by killeraxemannic;13842379 
All I can say is hide your wires. Make sure it does not look like a bomb blew up inside when your done with it. Find a pic of a forum member with your case for some ideas on how to hide your wires!

Yeah, I've been doing some thinking about that, also. I've been unexpectedly busy over the past few days so I haven;t gotten around to building it. Hopefully will be able to start tonight.
post #20 of 61
Thread Starter 
UPDATED with progress and issues as of 6/13.

Does anyone have recommendations for keeping that cover on besides velcro or glue?
Edited by Infinite Jest - 6/13/11 at 8:12pm
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