This is the basic PC building video I made for Terry Crews and anybody who is a beginner.
Mid ATX Case Diablotek CPA-0170 Black SGCC Steel Diamond ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 400W Power Supply
GPU Nvidia Geforce 1050 TI
PSU 700 Watts
how to build a PC 101 both stuff is to discharge your care for my static electricity will you just grab the inner case or the side panel since I have an aluminum or case what you do is just touch it a few seconds so with both hands and then you should be good but make sure you're constantly touching it area by the 10 minutes or so just to make sure that you are discharged all the static electricity is not you're going to fry it up the component which needs a CPU the motherboard Graham chipsets CMOS and all that good stuff okay the first thing you should do is put census already install that I that is the CPU at the bottom are what you do is just install it like you would normally would do it put a thermal paste on top of it and then put the cooler scintilla I have a water cooler put the cooler in tighten it up and it's already done for you I already installed a CPU so there's no need for that we're going to see if that next stop is just install the RAM I mean it's basic explanatory it's nothing to it since I have four sticks of eight or gigabyte what I do is just put them all make sure they all in the same speed of the same manufacturer you don't know what you do not need any you don't have to have the same manufacturer you can have a different gram made by different company but make sure they are the same length and feet it's not whichever has to slow with speech that's the one that the motherboard recognized once you've done that you move on to the next set nice setup I already installed the m2 which I'll have a 128 gigs right here so that's already pre-installed okay next stop is just putting everything together in here well I have with me is a whole ACS tape but because it's a mini style on a small hole HTS chest it just supports full ATX motherboard but it's very tiny and cramped so everything has to be tight and crammed and there's not much room for cable management but that's alright don't worry about that all I'm going about with the functionality of this motherboard okay about it suspect and was ability anything else we don't really care yeah this should be gentle this was rocket there's no side out so let's take that box out is Omar you can read the menu but it's useless I mean you can go ahead and do it your beginner but my case is pretty much self-explanatory or something fancy about putting anything together pretty much plug in place there's not much intelligent require all this is just it's just hard work it's a physical work the way you can tell if you look at the bracket in the back you see it has seven slot right one two three four five six seven which means it's full ATS if you see three I believe it's four and you see only three slots in the back which means you can only have a mini ATX and anything less than a three or four is probably an ITX case you have a TX v TX v TX l TX i TX and that's one more it's called a backplane board you normally see that in a big server such as like Google or data center or you see the smaller board which not really call them on the board but it's called a daughter board you see that in iphone android phone samsung any pretty much any other smartphone is pretty much consider it a daughter board all right you see the it's already preinstalled a 400 watt power supply unit we're not going to use this that's not enough power to power up my GPU what I'm going to do is I'm going to take this out and put it in a 650 watt so let's get started see all these four holes excuse me is full screw take these out and you should be able to take the psu out alright before we input in the PSU we're going to put in all these standoffs you got screw and then stand all these all the regular old conventional standoff which you don't even see these any more than the new amount of what it looks like that nothing that plastic but this would do for now but I do have my uh I do have the modern time have standoff it looks like so it has a copper to copper ceiling to it excuse me a copper color to it so I don't you barely see it but okay let's get started okay what we're going to do is we're going to put all these standoff inside the case so just line up where the mullet board holds going into the ATX case and put them all in okay I'll put all the standoff inside you can see here one two three four five six seven eight nine three at the bottom so one two three four five six seven eight nine no staff is to put in the motherboard inside the ATX case make sure they line up with the holes on the motherboard and the fan off on the ATX case and type them all down not too tight make sure it's hand tight as you can see the motherboard is already installed so next up we're going to put in the PSU optical drive or the blu-ray drive will be up here and then the hard disk HDD is going to be right there there you go is the blu-ray drive so you can see self side down so blu-ray is going to go in like so make sure you tighten that up and you'll be good just to make sure that the optical drive flash in make sure you put in the cover back on and then line them all up see right now it's lined up once it's lined up evenly we have two screwed holes in the side left and right so screw them both in 24-pin power connector it goes into the 24 pin on the motherboard put them love so okay the eight pin power connector that powers up the CPU there is a slot right here if you cannot see it but it's what I'm pointing at make sure it goes in the right way okay next thing we're going to do we're going to connect the power switch cable to the adapter and then going to put it in to the motherboard now and most in the modern motherboard they come with these adapters but sometimes you don't have them but you don't need them they're not necessary as long as you follow the diagram on the motherboard manual you should be good but how you put these in is the self-explanatory and they go in like so so they go in like and you will look at them each one has a label on it so we'll go step by step this is the power switch locate the power switch on here the order which you put them it does not matter you can go in like so or you can go over both it does not matter for the power switch it makes no difference how you put it okay next stop reset button that is the reset button the same thing the reset switch and put it in all right night last two last for cable you have power led – and power LED positive these two they do matter because LED is nothing but light light-emitting diode and lights only travel in one direction so make sure you read the label on the diagram carefully before you put them positive to positive negative to negative so find it on here it says something like P LED so you put in the negative with the negative and the positive with the positive I know you can see you're good it's too small to even see it there you go so negative with the negative negative negative and then positive to positive like so eriell negative negative positive to positive last cable is the HDD led that also matter put the negative to negative and positive to positive so find it on here and then put it in exact same way the order does matter and that's how you do it that's pretty much it and then from there you plug this into your motherboard and you should be all set okay they stop put in the HD audio and the USB 2.0 they only go in one way so make sure you plug them into the motherboard what I asked is a more as a small form factor is a gtx geforce 1050 TI is made perfect beautiful e for my are small ATX case the GPU is already installed and there's no law usually just say a 6 pin power supply cable you have to hooked up to but because this one is a small form factor or just didn't require any power at all so nice job is just to turn on the PC and let's see what happened so everything is done well power it on and we'll see your new Ella post B test if we see it and then we see the ball and then we hear the sound which mean is good