STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO ASSEMBLE HIGH END GAMING DESKTOP
SPECIFICATIONS OF HIGH END GAMING DESKTOP
PU: AMD Athlon 3000G
CPU Cooler: Stock (Basic AMD Cooler)
Motherboard: MSI B450M Pro VDH MAX Micro-ATX
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR4 2666MHz (2x4GB)
GPU: Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 4GB Gaming
Storage: Kingston A400 120GB SSD (M.2)
Case: Deep cool Matrexx 30 Mini Tower
PSU: Corsair CX450M 80+ Bronze (Semi Modular)
Operating System: Windows 10 Home (USB)
Extra Case Fan: Cooler Master Sickle Flow 120mm LED Fan
PCIe Wireless Card: TP-Link T4E Wireless Adapter
Optical Drive: Asus DVD Burner
Now let us have a look on the steps to assemble.
STEP 1: GATHER TOOLS
At first, you need to gather the equipment needed to fix and build the PC
STEP 2: OPEN THE CASE
Open the CPU case and prepare the things for installation.
STEP 3: INSTALL THE CPU
Remove the case of the CPU gently and beware of the gold pins attached. Cover the CPU gently so that no harm should be occur to it.
STEP 4: ADD THE HEAT STINK
The heat stink consist of 4 screws and it is fitted on the top of CPU.
STEP 5: INSTALL THE RAM
Install the RAM in its appropriate slots very gently while unlocking the clips of the RAM.
STEP 6: ATTACH THE INPUT/OUTPUT SHIELD
The number comes with the small metal piece that fit over the motherboard. Attach it further to the appropriate place.
STEP 7: INSTALL THE MOTHERBOARD
Place the motherboard in its place and fit in into the I/O shields.
STEP 8: PUT THE SAFETY CASE ON THE MOTHERBOARD
This case is fitted with the help of screws and the number of screws depends on the motherboard. While reading the manual book tight the screws but it should not be too tight otherwise it will damage the PCB board.
STEP 9: ADD THE GRAPHICS CARD
Install the graphics card at its appropriate place and do not leave it until it creates the sound of click at its place.
STEP 10: INSTALL THE HARD DRIVE
Remove the hard drive bracket form your computer and slide the hard drive back to its place in a proper way so that it could be fixed at its place.
STEP 11: ATTACH THE POWER SUPPLY
By using the power supply brackets attach the power supply to its place while using the included screws. Make sure that the PSU should not block or choke any cable.
STEP 12: ATTACH USB CABLE 3.0
Attach the USB Cable 3.0 to its appropriate spot gently.
STEP 13: ATTACH AUDIO CABLE
Attach the HD audio cable to its port.
STEP 14: ATTACH THE REST OF THE CABLES
Attach the remaining cables that are left to be attached. Read the manual and attach the cables to its place.
STEP 15: CONNECT THE GRAPHICS CARD PIN
There is a 6 pin PCIe connector coming from your power supply. It will provide power to your graphic card.
STEP 16: CONNECT PSU TO MOTHERBOARD
The 24 pin connector provides the power to the motherboard.
STEP 17: CONNECT POWER TO HARD DRIVE
There is a SATA power cable with a protruding connector. It is the one way cable that can only be fitted in one way.
STEP 18: PLUG CPU POWER PINS IN
The CPU Power Pin is used to give supply to the motherboard and it should be divided into 2 parts. One part is attached to the motherboard.
STEP 19: HEATSTINK POWER
Heat stink is used to normalize the temperature of the system. It comes with its own heat stink.
STEP 20: ATTACH CASE FANS TO POWER
The case will have small 3 pins connector for the case fan. Hook the adapter into the PSU and to the other end.
The case will have a small 3 pin connector for the case fan. Hook this in the indicated spot. There will be another in the back that will need a 3-pin to molex adapter. Hook the adapter into the PSU and the other end to the 3 pin connector.
STEP 21: ATTACH HARD DRIVE TO MOTHERBOARD
Connect one end to the motherboard and other end to the hard drive.
STEP 22: TURN ON PSU
Turn on the switch of PSU
STEP 23: POWER ON
Now, press the power button and finally your computer turns ON!
To assemble your own high end gaming desktop is not a big deal if you have certain knowledge of equipment. You just read the specifications from above mentioned list and assemble them according to the written and pictorial description of it.