Build Your Own 486/486DX
This do-it-yourself guide is ideal for cost-conscious PC enthusiasts and anyone else who wants to enjoy the satisfaction that comes from building your own computer. Learn how to select the right components, how and where to get them, and how to build a state-of-the-art 486 with just a few common household tools. You don't need a lot of technical expertise - anyone can do it. Aubrey Pilgrim's' step-by-step, illustrated instructions show you how.
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