Build your own computer!

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Dude111, Nov 5, 2011.

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    I'd never make it past step 1: "What is the purpose of the computer?"
     
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    "You need not be a rocket scientist; it just requires some common sense"
    That sure leaves out a WHOLE bunch of murkins.
     
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    Better source here, it's where I first got started years ago. Besides if Douger can do it any 2 year old murkin can do it....... blindfolded.

    How to Build Gaming Computers
     
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    I used to build my own computers about 10 years ago. Now it's just cheaper to add memory to an existing, off the shelf model.
     
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    Lil' tiny wires could be step to more powerful computers...
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    Microscopic wires could herald new tiny-computer era
    Sun, Jan 08, 2012 - Washington: Scientists said on Thursday they have designed tiny wires, 10,000 times thinner than a human hair, but with the same electrical capacity as copper, in a major step toward building smaller, more potent computers.
     

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