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Series: 2012 Build Your Own PC: Internal Components

About this Series

  • Lessons: 10
  • Total Time: 1h 8m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: 360 Days
  • Created At: 03/03/2009
  • Last Updated At: 06/10/2012

This series is part of a full course that covers building your own PC. The full course walks through selection of all internal and external components, installation of the parts into a case, and finishes with install Windows and loading drivers for the components. In the end you have a full functional computer.

Here is the link to the complete series of build your own PC videos.

This particular 10-lesson series will teach you how to select each critical internal component. It will walk you through what features and specification to look for and how much to pay depending on your needs.

If you need a new computer, but don't want to build your own, this 10 lesson series from the complete course is great to watch before you go shopping. Whether you shop online or in a store you will buy with confidence, because after watching these videos you will know exactly what to get to fit your needs.

You might also be interest in the external components series. It cover the features and specification to look for in a monitor, keyboard and mouse and speakers.

About this Author

Michael Cooper
Michael Cooper
68 lessons

Hello everyone my name is Michael Cooper & I have been in the computer industry for over 15 years. For the past 8 years I have been making instructional videos showing the average computer user how to build their own computer. I am A+ Certified and a member of the Better Business Bureau.

Lessons Included

very helpful
~ isacris34

THanks so much for this series. It is kind of intimidating for me to think about making my own computer. However, this information is necessary in todays world.

Great Review on the best types of videos cards
~ nachan

This lesson is great for people who are building their own computer or want information on the best types of video cards for the computer they already own. You will learn about pricing, size, and memory. You will find out exactly what kind of card you need based on the way you use your computer.

Below are the descriptions for each of the lessons included in the series:

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