Office Space: How To Build A PC – Full Beginners Guide + Overclocking

Office Space: How To Build A PC – Full Beginners Guide + Overclocking


How To Build A PC – Full Beginners Guide + Overclocking

A full step by step guide on building a PC, installing windows operating system, drivers and overclocking tutorial for CPU and graphics card.
►$12 Windows 10 Pro Key:
20% off code: TSS2
►Gaming Benchmarks of this PC:
►How to Fix a PC that doesnt Boot:
►Parts List (US)◄
Ryzen 5 3600:
XFX RX 5700XT:
Non-Blower RX 5700XT:
MSI B450 Tomahawk Max:
Oloy Warhawk RGB (8GBx2) 3600Mhz:
TeamGroup GX1 960GB SSD:
Thermaltake 600W PSU:
RTX 2060 SUPER (Optional):
RX 5700 (Optional):
Raidmax Cobra 700W (Optional):
Antec NX400 Case:
RGB 120mm Fans x3 Pack:
Black Sleeved Cable Extensions:
►Windows Installation Media:

►AMD GPU Driver:
►MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX Drivers:

*Overclocking Software*
►Ryzen Master:
►MSI Afterburner:
►Heaven Benchmark:

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4 Replies to “Office Space: How To Build A PC – Full Beginners Guide + Overclocking”

  1. so…. I know nothing lol, but I currently only have 1 pc, and that is my Samsung Notebook 9 Pro. I do photography (personal and also somewhat professionally, planning on going a little more pro to add to my pet care services) and some gaming, but this laptop can't really handle much and lags when I am playing games, and photoshop is too much for it to handle. I am trying to learn more about computers and potentially create a PC to hook up to my 43 inch smart tv that I am going to take off my dresser and mount to the wall behind my desk as soon as my parents give me the ok to do so ("I DONT WANT ANY HOLES IN THE WALLS" is what they say anytime I need to hang something up with a nail, so this is going to take some time to convince them). All the information that comes with building a computer for the first time is overwhelming, any product recommendations for this type of use or tips would be greatly appreciated. 🙂 I am going to pick up some side jobs so I can afford this, $500 seems like a good amount to get me started and then maybe I can upgrade certain things in the future

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