Pcshop https://pcshophub.com Best Place For Tech Shop Tue, 12 Jan 2021 11:13:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.6 158941973 WiFi MESH test – MikroTik Audience https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/wifi-mesh-test-mikrotik-audience/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=wifi-mesh-test-mikrotik-audience https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/wifi-mesh-test-mikrotik-audience/#respond Tue, 12 Jan 2021 11:00:46 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/wifi-mesh-test-mikrotik-audience/ We’ll bring you the home wifi mesh test of the Mikrotik Audience. WiFi MESH systems Performance Test In live environment This product is the dedicated home wifi mesh solution of

The post WiFi MESH test – MikroTik Audience appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
We’ll bring you the home wifi mesh test of the Mikrotik Audience. WiFi MESH systems Performance Test In live environment This product is the dedicated home wifi mesh solution of the vendor and it seems that they focused on the design really well. The Audience has only one kind of unit, which can be both a router and a mesh unit. It has 2x Gigabit LAN ports, 1x 2,4GHz and 1x 5GHz 2×2 MIMO radios plus a 5GHz 4×4 MIMO radio for the mesh connection. The box contains the basic jack plug PSU. We used the Mikrotik mobile app for setup, which took us 2 minutes. It is not necessary to use the app to add more mesh points, you just have to push the sync button for pairing.

We concluded our test in a large, downtown flat with thick walls and a lot of wifi interference. Our aim was to simulate a home user scenario so we opted for doing the least amount of config in the shortest time possible. Let’s see the results: the first test was close to the router where we measured 224 Mbps with the speedtest app then we used a laptop to measure with Iperf and we reached 322/217 Mbps. The second test scenario is 3 rooms away from the router where we installed the mesh unit. We measured 93,1 Mbps with the speed test app, and 114/141 Mbps with Iperf. Then we connected the laptop to the mesh unit via cable and did another Iperf test which resulted in 139/146 Mbps.

caption

The test showed us that the 4×4 connection between the units is really capable and the users can benefit from this. We were also surprised by how much Mikrotik’s mobile app improved over the years, which made the setup really easy. This was the home wifi mesh test of the Mikrotik Audience. Please leave a comment if you have any questions.

The post WiFi MESH test – MikroTik Audience appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/wifi-mesh-test-mikrotik-audience/feed/ 0 20240
Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE Wi-Fi Access Point Setup (using Controller) https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-wi-fi-access-point-setup-using-controller/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-wi-fi-access-point-setup-using-controller https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-wi-fi-access-point-setup-using-controller/#respond Tue, 12 Jan 2021 10:44:11 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-wi-fi-access-point-setup-using-controller/ So if you aren’t familiar with it, a lot of times when you buy say like an Asus, router it’ll have a web interface to configure the router. The Ubiquity

The post Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE Wi-Fi Access Point Setup (using Controller) appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
So if you aren’t familiar with it, a lot of times when you buy say like an Asus, router it’ll have a web interface to configure the router. The Ubiquity Unifi products don’t have like web interfaces on the actual hardware. You use an UniFi controller to Configure all those pieces. Once you have it configured, you can shut down the UniFi controller, But for certain features, you may need to leave the UniFi controller up.

So and if you have used Apple’s, You know Airport Access points you had to use like external software to configure those It’s kind of similar to that not exactly the same, But one thing you can do is you can go to the Ubiquiti website? You can download the controller Here, you can download it for Mac or Windows or Debian. I chose to install it on my Synology disc station and In a Docker Which is like a virtual machine thing and it will. I can just leave it running there, So I’ve made another video with how I did this. I used the instructions I found online on this website and You know there are, maybe other instructions on how to do this. Just just what I did I made the other video just, so you have a reference to how I’m starting out. So I left that video off on this page. I Installed the UniFi controller and I access the web interface. So the first thing you may see here is it says the browser is not supported.

So what I’ll do is I’ll just copy this URL and it does work in Safari But I’ll go over to Chrome, Which is supported so I’ll open up Chrome. Here, Let’s see this is my first time opening Chrome on this user account I’ll paste in the URL, And it will say the connection is not private I’ll hit advanced and proceed to the site. This is because it’s a The certificate is not a signed certificate. Okay, so let me see I’ll make this full screen. Okay, so it’s gonna ask for my country ask for my timezone, It’s gonna say I do want to enable auto Backup – and this is all correct. It knew my timezone for some reason, but you can change those if you need to and I’ll hit next and I’ve plugged in the UniFi AC AP Lite Access point. So it has an IP address using DHCP

So I want to select that saying I want to configure it So I’ll. Do that and I’ll hit next and Then it says, configures Wi-Fi This is you may skip this step if you’re not setting up any access points? Well, that’s what I am doing So I’ll call this Saucer. Is it kind of look like flying, saucer, and then I’ll change? It set the security key I’ll change it to the saucer, pass and I’ll be changing this later.

This is just for the video tutorial, So so as optionally, you may create an open wireless network for your guest, so you could click this and do a guest SSID. I’m not going to be doing that right. Now, I’m just doing a basic setup. So this video is kind of tailored for people that bought one of these access points and they want, to, You, know, extend their wireless network and they may not have all the Ubiquiti stuff. Yet This might be their first equipment. So then I’ll hit next here and It wants me to type an admin name. So I will Type my name once an admin email address so I’ll Type, an email address here, and then it wants a password

I’ll fill this out and I’m going to swap this Before so I don’t let me untie my password on the screen. So, Okay, so it has this device authentication and it says the device password must be different from the super admin password For security reasons. So this will have this password here, So we can copy this, And I’ll put that in. Let’S see I’ll just put it in a note file for right now: okay, Close this out, Okay and I have my username password So now hit next. Now it’s going to say: please review the settings once finished: you’ll be redirected to the management interface, so The country says the United States. Timezone is America Chicago secure, SSID, a saucer, No guest ID admin name is Rick device. Admin name is admin and I’ll hit finish here and now it’s asking me to enter my ubnt.com account. So this is if you have an account on Ubiquiti’s website, which I do not so I’ll hit Skip, And this is going to take me to the dashboard. So Right now you’ll see I have one access point, which is what we just configured here. If I click on that it will bring this up.

It says it’s provisioning it, So this is it’s not ready, yet It now it says connected. So if we click on this it’ll bring up the properties over here on the right side, I think we can click this double arrow to make it go away. If you hit locate here, it will, I think, flash the light on top of it. So if you have like 20 of these things, you want to know which one you’re accessing you can use that feature Or you can hit restart here. Let’S go back Like we hit this button up here we can get back into the properties, so this has all sorts of information about The access point. You know the frequencies, the memory usage things like that. If you want to configure it, you can click over here on configure and then give it an alias, you can say Turn the LED light off. You know if this was in a bedroom or something you might want to do, that You can change the radio things like that.

So the configuration is over On this tab, so this actually took me a second to figure out because it was on details – and you know You can’t change anything here. So you have to click over it. Config then has tools here, this RF environment. You can scan from frequencies and stats. So let me connect to this Access point. I’m going to connect on my iPad and won’t you won’t see this here, But I’m gonna go into my settings and go to my Wi-Fi on my iPad. I’m gonna pick saucer and I’m going to type in my password, which was saucer pass so Okay, so I’ve connected up my IPad you’ll see here now, clients been updated to one. If we look at clients here we’ll see it has my iPad on here and Has information about the iPad IP address, All sorts of stuff. Of course, I just got on so it’s not gonna show very much, but – and I think, let’s see What can we do here – we can This okay, with a block this iPad

We can reconnect it, You can undock the property panel or we can close it. So I’ll close this. So so that’s kind of the basic of setting up the access point. We can there are other things on here. There are statistics That will show statistics on your devices. There’S a map feature where you can, I guess, draw a map and put your access points on there. This shows the devices themselves. The client shows everyone connected to the devices. Insight shows, like other Wi-Fi access points in your area. If we go down to the bottom, there’s a like release, notes, there’s a Events, alerts, live chat, support and then settings. So settings are somewhere. You may want to go, You can, You know, set all these features here. Some reasons this is the interface is acting a little odd see. If I can get that to go away There we go, You can set up automatic upgrades. I mean there’s a lot of features on here. You know change your password admin password. So if we click on like wireless networks, here, it’ll show the wireless network

We have set up if I hit edit here. Let’S see We can change the security on it. Advanced Options, Look see, it says we can block LAN to LAN multicast and broadcast data. We can set up a VLAN, enable fast roaming Hide the SSID things like that. So, But I’m not going to go over all this. My main thing in this video is just to go through the basics of setting this Up. So if you were to buy one of these access points, you know. The first thing you need to do is Install an UniFi controller, So I installed it on my NAS device. You could install this on a Mac, a PC, or Linux, machine You don’t have to have the controller on Once you configure it, but for certain features like if you have this guest policy, It says apply guest, polities, captive portal. I think if you have all that set up, you have to have the controller Set up to do that.

So But it was, you know, pretty basic really to get this access point set up Once you give it an SSID and a password, It configures itself, and then you can connect to it and you’re online as long as you’re you know, network is on Line So this is a pretty good option to add Wi-Fi to an existing network or to extend Wi-Fi to an existing network. So If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments.

The post Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE Wi-Fi Access Point Setup (using Controller) appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-wi-fi-access-point-setup-using-controller/feed/ 0 20233
Things You Should Know About Meraki Security Appliances https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/things-you-should-know-about-meraki-security-appliances/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=things-you-should-know-about-meraki-security-appliances https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/things-you-should-know-about-meraki-security-appliances/#respond Tue, 12 Jan 2021 10:14:58 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/things-you-should-know-about-meraki-security-appliances/ Greetings everyone Raymond Lacoste here with StormWind Studios, and I want to share with you today five things you should know about: Meraki Security Appliances. Now I love Meraki products,

The post Things You Should Know About Meraki Security Appliances appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
Greetings everyone Raymond Lacoste here with StormWind Studios, and I want to share with you today five things you should know about: Meraki Security Appliances. Now I love Meraki products, easy to set up easy to troubleshoot, easy to monitor easy to maintain, but even though they are easy, you can still get tripped up. So I’m gonna share with you five things that we feel that, if you knew about you would have a much better Meraki Security Appliance deployment. Experience

So, first and foremost, let’s look at this topology. We have a single security appliance topology and that single security appliance is what many of you might deploy. But what we’re lacking in this deployment is high availability. So I’m a big big fan of dual security appliance deployment because we get high availability when we go with our dual security appliances. However, we end up with many more caveats that many of us are not aware of, and that’s what I’m gonna share with you right now. So, first and foremost, our security appliances don’t support Spanning Tree Protocol. So when we implement this dual high availability deployment with two security appliances, we could have a serious problem on our hands and that is Layer 2 loops. So let’s really dive into where these loops could occur. Well, our security appliance since it doesn’t participate in Spanning Tree Protocol doesn’t understand any of those Spanning Tree Protocol BPDUs. So any of those links you see right there between the security appliances and our downstream switches are subject to Layer 2 loops. So we definitely want to make sure Spanning Tree Protocol is running everywhere. It can, and if we recognize that a Spanning Tree loop could occur between any of the links up in this area of the topology. We’Re gonna want to manually control which VLANs, which traffic is allowed to flow across each of the links, and that will allows us to make sure that the Spanning Tree loops do not occur at that point in time.

Now you might be saying “ Well, wait! A second “! Why are we running Layer 2 up there ?”, because these are all classified as Trunks, ports or access ports when it comes to the security appliance they’re, not Layer, 3 routed ports. So what that means is that if you have your typical Layer, 3 slash Layer, 2 architecture – well, these are still Layer, 2 links and they are susceptible to loops, so you’re gonna have to identify the loops and stop them from happening. In addition, if you are running Layer 3 up here and Layer 2 all down here, we have one large Layer, 2 domain, which is susceptible to loops in this portion of the network. So you’ll want to be able to identify where those loops could happen and then prune the traffic as necessary on a VLAN by VLAN basis off the links to stop any loops from occurring Now. You’Ll see here that we have this link between the two appliances. This link is here not for passing traffic. It’S there as the VRRP heartbeat used for that high availability scenario, so they can see if each other exist.

Why? Because we have an active-standby scenario here when it comes to our high availability deployment. Only one of these security appliances is gonna be active at any point in time. If the active one fails, the standby one learns about this through VRRP heartbeats, and then it could promote itself to be the active one and for the traffic is necessary. So this direct connection is there to make sure that we have the ability to communicate directly with each other and not end up in an accidental active-active scenario because the heartbeat is not successfully going through the downstream switches. So the heartbeat will be running on all the links. However, this extra link that dedicated link is gonna, ensure that we never end up in that active-active type of scenario. However, what you need to realize about this is that this link here definitely becomes a problem with Spanning Tree Protocol loops. So what we need to do is we need to make sure that only VRRP traffic is going across. That link. You don’t want any other traffic going across that link.

You’Re not using it to forward any other types of traffic for any other types of VLANs, so only allow the VRRP heartbeat to go across that link and nothing else, And that will help you avoid loops. Due to the fact that Spanning Tree Protocol is not running on our appliance Next item on our list is dynamic, routing protocol. Now, that’s not a problem. If you are running Layer 3 up here and Layer 2 down here, because you’re, not gonna have to worry about routing at all in this part of the network. So the security appliances they’re gonna be your default gateway, So through Layer 2 forwarding using MAC addresses, we can get to our default gateways. Those security appliances

No problem there whatsoever It’s when we have our typical setup of Layer 3 Layer 2. Now, in this case, we don’t have the ability to run our dynamic routing protocol on our what On our security appliance. So the end result of that is, how do we even get traffic forwarded from here upstream? However, we need it to flow Well. This is where we have to get creative with static default. Routing set up some floating static default routes, maybe rely on some interface tracking through some sort of first hop redundancy protocol. We have at the distribution layer, maybe even rely on IP SLA as well.

So we really have to get creative here simply because they don’t support dynamic routing protocols, But let’s also think about the fact that traffic has to come back So for traffic to come back. How are we gonna forward traffic when it comes back in, depending on who’s, active and who’s standby? Well again, we’re gonna have to rely on being creative, with static routes on the security appliances, and we’ll also have to make sure that we have some way to control which static route is being used at what time and that’s where IP SLA can help us. There as well

So, even though they don’t run dynamic routing protocols by being creative, we can still accomplish the goals that we need to accomplish. Also, your spare config is assumed based on the primary config, So you’re not gonna, be configuring that secondary spare device. We configure our primary as need, be. We push a button to activate a spare. We put in a serial number of that spare device in the dashboard and everything’s done for us automatically behind the scenes. So what that means is that whatever we configure on the primary is inherited by the secondary Now. Why do you care about that? You care, because, if you physically cable, the spare incorrectly, your high availability, solution’s, not gonna work, And the reason why that is are that the config is based on. Let’S say this is being port three! Well, this better be port three as well. The config is based on this being port four. Well, then, this better be port, four as well. It’S based on that being port five, so this better is port five as well.

It’S based on this being port one, so this better be port one Based on port. Two, this better be port. Two, I think you get the picture, But the physical cabling also plays an extremely important role here. So if port one on the primary goes to the primary ISP, then port, one on the secondary, better go to the primary ISP as well, whereas port two goes to the secondary ISP and so on and so forth. So the cabling is extremely important because that config is inherited so that way they are exact, matching copies of each other.

That’S extremely important when you’re setting up the solution Next, regardless of whether you’re a high availability solution or a single security appliance solution, you want to use the Advanced Security license and the reason why is because the enterprise license, albeit it’s great, providing us with stateful firewall And VPNing and application control and web caching, I want more – and I want you to have more as well. You want control filtering, you want IDS/IPS, you want Advance Malware Protection. You want Cisco Threat Grid, you want to sleep better at night, And for myself I sleep better at night, knowing that IDS and IPS are working for me. I sleep better at night, knowing that I am amped with Advanced Malware Protection and Cisco Threat Grid. So, as my network keeps getting attacked at night, I am sleeping soundly and well knowing that I’ve got a team out there somewhere behind the scenes that don’t even work for my company, but because I paid for the Advanced Security license. I’m getting all this extra stuff for me behind the scenes that my security appliance just learns about and knows about and can protect my organization

So this is gonna cost. You more potentially double what you were originally anticipating to spend, but definitely, it’s well worth the investment Now. Lastly, you need to have the same models for NAT HA mode, Plain and simple. Why is that Well think about it? We already said we inherit the config, So if we don’t have the exact same models of security appliances, it’s not gonna work for us And the reason why I bring this to your attention is because a lot of organizations think I am gonna go with A high end, security appliance as the primary and we’re gonna get a low end, one as our standby as our spare because we could deal with slower, throughput and slower processing and slower everything else during a failover scenario. As long as we still have connectivity,

It’s not gonna work for you that way, You must wipe that mentality from your brain. They must match. So if you go with an MX100 as the primary, you need to use an MX100 as your standby. So folks, by keeping these five things in mind when transitioning from other security appliances to Meraki Security Appliances or deploying security appliances for the first time using Meraki Security Appliances, knowing these keeping them in mind, you’re gonna have a much better trouble-free deployment experience. Knowing all of this ahead of time So from all of us here at StormWind Studios, thank you very much for listening today And until next. Keep on learning Take care folks and bye for now…

The post Things You Should Know About Meraki Security Appliances appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/things-you-should-know-about-meraki-security-appliances/feed/ 0 20227
The new MacBook Pro – Design, Performance and Features – Apple https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/the-new-macbook-pro-design-performance-and-features-apple/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-new-macbook-pro-design-performance-and-features-apple https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/the-new-macbook-pro-design-performance-and-features-apple/#respond Tue, 12 Jan 2021 09:15:20 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/the-new-macbook-pro-design-performance-and-features-apple/ The new MacBook Pro combines the fundamental qualities of an ultra-portable device with uncompromising performance with our new design. The product’s overall volume has been reduced dramatically. This results in

The post The new MacBook Pro – Design, Performance and Features – Apple appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
The new MacBook Pro combines the fundamental qualities of an ultra-portable device with uncompromising performance with our new design. The product’s overall volume has been reduced dramatically. This results in an extremely purposeful and powerful creative tool.

It has the best Retina display, we’ve ever put in a notebook a precisely designed, LED spectrum projects through a metal oxide backplane. This yields a remarkably bright, high contrast picture with a wider color gamut. The larger force touch trackpad now provides an expensive area for a whole range of gestures.

We’Ve continued to refine our keyboard design to be more accurate and efficient, dome switches beneath each key have been optimized for a more responsive field. We’re introducing a new way to interact with your notebook. A multi-touch bar provides a more intuitive, more immediate connection to your content, commands that were once hidden and now visible, easily accessible, and also customizable in each application.

The most relevant controls are displayed dynamically, allowing you to work with greater efficiency. This is also the first MEC with touch ID. This seamless integration of hardware and software is truly unique to Apple. The speakers have also been completely redesigned to maximize air displacement and project.

A high fidelity room, filling sound at its core pro level. Processors integrated with high-speed system memory and storage technologies, make everything you do faster and more responsive in a notebook. This powerful thermal management is critical, thinner, therapize, space fan, blades propel air quietly through a nearly solid structure. The new MacBook Pro achieves a design that optimizes both performance and portability. It marks a milestone in the evolution of the Mac.

The post The new MacBook Pro – Design, Performance and Features – Apple appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2021/01/12/the-new-macbook-pro-design-performance-and-features-apple/feed/ 0 20218
STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO RECOVER LOST DATA FROM FLASH OR HARD DRIVE https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/09/step-by-step-guide-to-recover-lost-data-from-flash-or-hard-drive/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=step-by-step-guide-to-recover-lost-data-from-flash-or-hard-drive https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/09/step-by-step-guide-to-recover-lost-data-from-flash-or-hard-drive/#respond Fri, 09 Oct 2020 23:45:12 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/?p=10991 STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO RECOVER LOST DATA FROM FLASH OR HARD DRIVEWHAT IS HARD DRIVEHard drive is an electro-magnetic data storage device that is used to store files in

The post STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO RECOVER LOST DATA FROM FLASH OR HARD DRIVE appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO RECOVER LOST DATA FROM FLASH OR HARD DRIVE
WHAT IS HARD DRIVE
Hard drive is an electro-magnetic data storage device that is used to store files in the form of images, documents, videos and music on the computer. It used magnetic storage to store and retrieve the data from the memory. We can retrieve digital data using one or more rigid rapidly rotating platters that are coated with magnetic material. We can also call it hard disk drive hard disk or hard drive. It can be used externally and internally both.

WHAT IS FLASH DRIVE
Flash drive is also known as a USB drive. It is a USB flash data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated USB port interface that can be connected to the system using that port. It is much extensible, removable, and rewritable and much smaller in size than the ordinary data storage disk or drive. Moreover, it weighs approximately 20g.

We can recover our lost data from flash drive and hard drive in just few steps. Have a look on these steps.
RECOVER LOST DATA FORM HARD DRIVE

  1. RESTORE FROM RECYCLE BIN
    Step 1: Open recycle bin folder
    Step 2: Locate the deleted files that you need
    Step 3: Restore them

You can also use Cut and Paste option or use the drag and drop option to restore the particular files but using restore option is the best practice.

  1. RESTORE PREVIOUS VERSION
    Step 1: Move to the folder from where files were deleted
    Step 2: Right click and select “restore previous versions”
    Step 3: Select the previous versions when files were not deleted
    Step 4: Just drag and drop the files and it is there.
  2. USE DATA RECOVERY SOFTWARE
    You can use any data recovery software to restore files from hard drive. There are several software, and you can choose any one of it.
    RECOVER LOST DATA FROM FLASH DRIVE
  3. RECOVER WITHOUT SOFTWARE
    Step 1: Connect your drive to the PC
    Step 2: Press Window + R to open the dialog box
    Step 3: Type CMD and click on OK

Step 4: Type this command ATTRIB -H -R -S /S /D (name of your flash drive):.

  1. RESTORE A PREVIOUS VERSION
    Step 1: Move to the folder from where files were deleted
    Step 2: Right click and select “restore previous versions”

Step 3: Select the previous versions when files were not deleted

Step 4: Just drag and drop the files and it is there.

  1. USE DATA RECOVERY SOFTWARE
    You can use any data recovery software to restore files from flash drive. There are several software, and you can choose any one of it.
    CONCLUSION
    Hard drive and flash drive are the data storage device that can be formatted if you face any virus or problem. On the other hand, if you have accidently deleted your personal data or important files, it can also be regenerated using the above mentioned steps. You can also use open source software for restoring the data.

The post STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO RECOVER LOST DATA FROM FLASH OR HARD DRIVE appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/09/step-by-step-guide-to-recover-lost-data-from-flash-or-hard-drive/feed/ 0 10991
STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO ASSEMBLE HIGH END GAMING DESKTOP https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/09/step-by-step-guide-to-assemble-high-end-gaming-desktop/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=step-by-step-guide-to-assemble-high-end-gaming-desktop https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/09/step-by-step-guide-to-assemble-high-end-gaming-desktop/#respond Fri, 09 Oct 2020 23:43:58 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/?p=10988 STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO ASSEMBLE HIGH END GAMING DESKTOPSPECIFICATIONS OF HIGH END GAMING DESKTOPPU: AMD Athlon 3000GCPU Cooler: Stock (Basic AMD Cooler)Motherboard: MSI B450M Pro VDH MAX Micro-ATXRAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR4 2666MHz

The post STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO ASSEMBLE HIGH END GAMING DESKTOP appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
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!

CONCLUSION
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.

The post STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO ASSEMBLE HIGH END GAMING DESKTOP appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/09/step-by-step-guide-to-assemble-high-end-gaming-desktop/feed/ 0 10988
Tips when buying consumer electronics https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/tips-when-buying-consumer-electronics/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=tips-when-buying-consumer-electronics https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/tips-when-buying-consumer-electronics/#respond Sun, 04 Oct 2020 11:26:27 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/?p=10968 The post Tips when buying consumer electronics appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>

The post Tips when buying consumer electronics appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/tips-when-buying-consumer-electronics/feed/ 0 10968
Lcd monitor repair made Easy https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/lcd-monitor-repair-made-easy/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lcd-monitor-repair-made-easy https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/lcd-monitor-repair-made-easy/#respond Sun, 04 Oct 2020 11:17:04 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/?p=10963 The post Lcd monitor repair made Easy appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://www.lcdmonitorrepairmadeeasy.com/?hop=ntrade104

The post Lcd monitor repair made Easy appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/lcd-monitor-repair-made-easy/feed/ 0 10963
CCNA, CCNP and CCIE Training https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/ccna-ccnp-and-ccie-training/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ccna-ccnp-and-ccie-training https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/ccna-ccnp-and-ccie-training/#respond Sun, 04 Oct 2020 11:12:00 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/?p=10961 The post CCNA, CCNP and CCIE Training appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://gns3vault.com/?hop=ntrade104

The post CCNA, CCNP and CCIE Training appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/ccna-ccnp-and-ccie-training/feed/ 0 10961
Computer Repair Manual and Business guide https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/computer-repair-manual-and-business-guide/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=computer-repair-manual-and-business-guide https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/computer-repair-manual-and-business-guide/#respond Sun, 04 Oct 2020 10:45:59 +0000 https://pcshophub.com/?p=10956 The post Computer Repair Manual and Business guide appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://www.computerrepairebook.com/?hop=ntrade104

The post Computer Repair Manual and Business guide appeared first on Pcshop.

]]>
https://pcshophub.com/2020/10/04/computer-repair-manual-and-business-guide/feed/ 0 10956