Dunno if we have a thread already but we.
Hopefully will have all the parts for a pc ready by next week, the majority of the parts being donated by pals including ONE VERY SPECIAL DISSER WHO’S WORK IN THE PC BUILDING COMMUNITY MEANS A LOT TO THEM thanks so much (first one I’ve owned in nearly 10 years) and have never built one myself. I’m reasonably confident I know what to do, have read some tutorials, and am quite experienced in fixing electronics, but are there any ‘curveballs’ I should be made aware of before building?
I’ve got a standard collection of screwdrivers with the right heads to assemble laptops and other things, is that enough? Bit confused about how much thermal paste I should apply. How should I position the CPU cooler? Etc