How to Build a Gaming PC - Beginners Guide

How to Build a Gaming PC – Beginners Guide

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This is a a Full in-depth guide on how to build a Gaming PC in 2019. In this video we will walk you thought buying your parts and organizing them before you build your system, what tools you need, how to plug everything in properly as well as taking a look at cable management and various other tips and tricks to make things look nicer.

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Magnetic tray:
Screwdriver kit:
Rubber fan screws:
USB Drive:

Intel i5-9400F:
AsRock B365M:
Corsair H60 AIO:
Corsair LPX 16GB DDR4:
Corsair CX450W PSU:
Corsair 100R Case:
Silicon Power 512GB NVMe SSD:

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Main Camera –
Main Lens –
Main Camera Mic –
Second Camera –
$700 Camera (Panasonic G7) –
Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 –
Cinevate DUZI Slider –
AKG C314 –
AKG C 568 B –
Zoom H5 –
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34 Replies to “How to Build a Gaming PC – Beginners Guide”

  1. NoobyGamez

    Instructions unclear, electrocuted myself as I didn’t have a *rubber band*…

    Verge jokes aside, I actually have pc parts ready for me to build as my first build.

  2. Simon Buller

    Great vid. Anyone thinking of building do make sure your case is big enough for what you're buying. PC Partpicker is great but doesnt always check if your components fit – its compatibility check is more 'technical' than physical….especially for MiniITX when things get snug! Happy building!

  3. Designs

    Is my build good?

    NZXT Kraken X62 280mm CPU Cooler
    NZXT H500i case (white)
    Western Digital Hard Drive 2TB
    Adata SSD 240 GB
    EVGA 650 Bronze
    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB

    GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8G Graphics Card hopefully if in stock if not can someone recommend one
    Ryzen 7 3700x

  4. Speckles

    So I’m new to this PC build stuff and I’m planning to get a gaming PC for Christmas. Are these components good for beginners and should I buy them

  5. Anirudh Jain

    After 1:19 i realised that this video is a dump……you started telling about things which are of no use I built it better without those specified things👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎

  6. Andy Hutchinson

    One point, not just air cooler/RAM conflicts. Depending on the case, if you're putting an AIO in it might impact the RAM. Had to use Corsair LPX instead of Dominator because of that on a Meshify C.

  7. pineappaloupe

    if you want to install the OS on NVMe, don't connect any other drives at first.

    leave only the m.2 NVMe drive installed. install windows. maybe do a separate partition for the OS.

    install windows. install drivers. power down, connect other disks.

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