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March 13, 2014 7:23:11 AM

I recently purchased all the parts for my first build and waiting on the shipments to arrive. What I wanted to know, is if all the parts will come with everything I need in order to complete the build, or if I will need to separately purchase any cables or anything else? I'm assuming the parts will at least come with the necessary mounting hardware, etc.
Also, should I get one of those anti-static wrist bands to use for when I'm building it?

I looked around a little bit, but haven't found any real great "how to build" videos. Any recommendations?

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March 13, 2014 7:57:14 AM

Of course everything will come with all the parts you need. If you're something out of the norm, like having 2 SSDs and 4 HDDs in your system, yeah, you're going to likely have to purchase extra cables. But if it's just a simple single/dual GPU system with a SSD/HDD, you should be fine. I mean my motherboard came with more than enough (I think 6) SATA cables, so there's really nothing to worry about.

Depends on the surface and ground you're working on, if you can work on a hardwood floor, and a wood table, that would be good. Just remember to touch a metal part of your case before you start, and every once in a while.

If you're building on carpet/rug, same method would likely work, but you can wear a wristband if it gives you ease of mind.
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March 13, 2014 8:24:13 AM

enemy1g said:
Of course everything will come with all the parts you need. If you're something out of the norm, like having 2 SSDs and 4 HDDs in your system, yeah, you're going to likely have to purchase extra cables. But if it's just a simple single/dual GPU system with a SSD/HDD, you should be fine. I mean my motherboard came with more than enough (I think 6) SATA cables, so there's really nothing to worry about.

Depends on the surface and ground you're working on, if you can work on a hardwood floor, and a wood table, that would be good. Just remember to touch a metal part of your case before you start, and every once in a while.

If you're building on carpet/rug, same method would likely work, but you can wear a wristband if it gives you ease of mind.


Okay, thanks. I will most likely be on very low carpet, while assembling everything on a table.
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