Haynes Build Your Own Computer

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Haynes, 2012 - Microcomputers - 176 pages
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Now in its fifth edition, this best-selling manual has been fully revised to bring you right up-to-date with the latest technology, explaining what you need, where to find the best prices and how to put it all together. You'll discover the best multi-core processors and graphics options, whether solid-state drives are better than hard disks and the differences between Windows 7 and Windows 8, all written in a jargon-free style. With step-by-step photos showing how to build a powerful PC and an ultra-compact one - and a troubleshooting guide to help you with any issues you may encounter - this up-to-date manual is a must for anybody who wants to build their own computer.

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Author Dell Keegan-Martin (London, England) is joined by a team of experts from Computeractive magazine. He works as a teacher, IT consultant and private instructor.

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