February 27, 2021
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Tips Build PC with recommended computer hardware

This time I want to share a guide for those of you who want to assemble a computer, be it Computer hardware for gaming or rendering. Before you start assembling PC Components or before you buy computer components, you must first think about some of the things that I want to mention at the bottom. So after you end up assembling and using the computer, hopefully, you will not regret assembling your computer.

Computer hardware Assembling Guide for Newcomers, Ensuring Inspiration and Selection of PC Components

This time I want to share a guide for those of you who want to assemble a computer, be it Computer hardware for gaming or rendering. Before you start assembling a computer or before you buy computer components, you must first think about some of the things that I want to mention at the bottom. So after you end up assembling and using the computer, hopefully, you will not regret assembling your computer.

Computer hardware Assembling Guide For Beginners

So before you start assembling a computer, what you must think about first is, what kind of computer hardware c do you want? Is it for full gaming? Or full editing/rendering? Or for both gaming and editing? Or it could be just for light work such as multimedia, browsing, streaming, office? Because assembling a computer is also tailored to your needs. Do not just raft or just buy expensive computer components, the conclusion is only used for browsing and multimedia only. Loss and in fact redundant.

Okay, after you have trusted the option you want to build what type of computer, just go ahead and the next guide is sorting out the processor / CPU. Because at this time there are 2 processor options for computer users, wanting a processor from Intel or AMD. The two processors are actually equally good, only of course you already know that for this processor made by Intel, it generally costs more than AMD, but it is admitted that Intel is better than AMD. I am also not in favor of either, but in reality Intel is superior. Those who prefer AMD are generally due to the cheaper AMD processors themselves.

Okay, just like a reference, if you want to build a computer for most editing / rendering needs and a little gaming, just take an AMD processor. And as of 2018, a suggestion for a good AMD processor is AMD Ryzen. To further optimize performance for editing, take the minimum that is Ryzen 5, but if the budget is not enough, you can take Ryzen 3.In contrast, if you want to build a computer for full gaming needs or a little editing, you can take an Intel processor, the latest as of 2018 is the Skylake generation, Kabylake and Coffeelake. The Intel processor is indeed very powerful for gaming. Especially for an Intel Core i7 classmate, for gaming or editing, its performance doesn’t need to be doubted. But again, back to budget, if your budget is not up to buying Intel, it’s better to just take AMD. Because for this Ryzen processor, it’s good for gaming or editing, it’s also quite powerful.

Computer Assembling Guide for Newcomers, Ensuring Inspiration and Selection of PC Components

This time I want to share a guide for those of you who want to assemble a computer, be it a computer for gaming or rendering. Before you start assembling a computer or before you buy computer components, you must first think about some of the things that I want to mention at the bottom. So after you end up assembling and using the computer, hopefully you will not regret assembling your computer.Computer Assembling Guide For Beginners

So before you start assembling a computer, what you must think about first is, what kind of computer / pc do you want? Is it for full gaming? Or full editing / rendering? Or for both gaming and editing? Or it could be just for light work such as multimedia, browsing, streaming, office? Because assembling a computer is also tailored to your needs. Do not just raft or just buy expensive expensive computer components, the conclusion is only used for browsing and multimedia only. Loss and in fact redundant.

Okay, after you have trusted the option you want to build what type of computer, just go ahead and the next guide is sorting out the processor / CPU. Because at this time there are 2 processor options for computer users, wanting a processor from Intel or AMD. The two processors are actually equally good, only of course you already know that for this processor made by Intel, it generally costs more than AMD, but it is admitted that Intel is better than AMD. I am also not in favor of either, but in reality Intel is superior. Those who prefer AMD are generally due to the cheaper AMD processors themselves.

Okay, just like a reference, if you want to build a Computer Hardware for most editing/rendering needs and a little gaming, just take an AMD processor. And as of 2018, a suggestion for a good AMD processor is AMD Ryzen. To further optimize performance for editing, take the minimum that is Ryzen 5, but if the budget is not enough, you can take Ryzen 3. In contrast, if you want to build a computer for full gaming needs or a little editing, you can take an Intel processor, the latest as of 2018 is the Skylake generation, Kabylake, and Coffeelake. The Intel processor is indeed very powerful for gaming. Especially for an Intel Core i7 classmate, for gaming or editing, its performance doesn’t need to be doubted. But again, back to budget, if your budget is not up to buying Intel, it’s better to just take AMD. Because of this Ryzen processor, it’s good for gaming or editing, it’s also quite powerful.

Selection of Components Before assembling a PC

Then do I have to sort out Ryzen processors or core i Skylake, Kabylake / Coffeelake, are there no other options? Oh, it’s not mandatory, it’s all back to the budget, it’s not obligatory to sort out the processor, because there are still many processor options, both Intel and AMD, which cost less. For example, for Intel there are still processors whose costs are affordable, for example the Intel Pentium G …. (for example the G4560 or G4600). Or for cheaper prices, you can sort out the lower generations, for example Intel Haswell or Ivybridge. Or for AMD there is also a cheap type, the Bristol Ridge type.

For 2018, I recommend that if you want to sort out the Intel processor, take the Skylake / Kabylake / Coffelake with socket 1151 because this socket is the latest type. And for AMD, at least you choose AMD Bristol Ridge because you have used the latest AM4 socket. The latest socket makes it easy for you if you want to upgrade the processor later without having to buy a new motherboard again or buy new RAM again.

Okay again, after you make sure you want to select an Intel or AMD processor, we are currently selecting RAM. In order for your computer to look current, use the latest generation of RAM, DDR4, because DDR4 is much faster than DDR3. RAM usage is also adjusted to processor usage, because there are processors that can only be juxtaposed with DDR4 RAM and there are processors that can only be juxtaposed with DDR3 RAM. If the RAM is wrong, the computer won’t turn on. So my suggestion is DDR4 RAM because it can be juxtaposed with an Intel socket 1151 and AMD AM4 socket. But once again everything depends on the budget, because the price of DDR4 RAM is indeed more expensive than DDR3. Only 4GB capacity can be adrift in the price of 200 thousand between DDR4 and DDR3, not to mention if you need 8GB of RAM it means the adrift of up to 400 thousand.

After selecting RAM, next we want to select VGA. This VGA can be optional or mandatory, depending on what processor you use. If you use an Intel Skylake / Kabylake / Coffeelake processor, generally it includes IGP (Integrated Graphic Processor), including the AMD Bristol Ridge series whose APU (A6, A8, A10) also has a GPU installed in it. Only the integrated VGA power is not optimal for games. But for emergency situations, for example, your budget is not enough for buying VGA, integrated VGA is also quite helpful for light gaming. On the other hand, AMD Ryzen and Athlon processors have to use VGA because they haven’t / don’t use integrated VGA.

Then what kind of VGA is recommended for purchase? The latest VGA output from AMD and Nvidia is recommended. For AMD you can select the RX series VGA. In the low budget class, there are RX460, RX550 and RX560 options, in the base class you can choose Radeon R7 again. Create a class

the bigger ones are the RX470, RX 480, RX 570 or RX580 options. On the other hand, for the Nvidia camp for low-budget VGA, you can select the GTX 1030, GTX 1050, the medium and populist class, there is the TI GTX 1050. For the upper class, you can select GTX 1060, GTX 1070 or GTX 1080, the upper type can be selected GTX 1070 TI or GTX 1080 TI. Well, choosing this VGA also depends on your budget again. No need to be obliged to impose expensive choices.

Computer Assembling Guide for Newcomers, Ensuring Inspiration and Selection of PC Components

This time I want to share a guide for those of you who want to assemble a computer, be it a computer for gaming or rendering. Before you start assembling a computer or before you buy computer components, you must first think about some of the things that I want to mention at the bottom. So after you end up assembling and using the computer, hopefully you will not regret assembling your computer.

Computer Assembling Guide For Beginners

So before you start assembling a Computer Hardware, what you must think about first is, what kind of computer / pc do you want? Is it for full gaming? Or full editing/rendering? Or for both gaming and editing? Or it could be just for light work such as multimedia, browsing, streaming, office? Because assembling a computer is also tailored to your needs. Do not just raft or just buy expensive computer components, the conclusion is only used for browsing and multimedia only. Loss and in fact redundant.

Okay, after you have trusted the option you want to build what type of computer, just go ahead and the next guide is sorting out the processor / CPU. Because at this time there are 2 processor options for computer users, wanting a processor from Intel or AMD. The two processors are actually equally good, only of course you already know that for this processor made by Intel, it generally costs more than AMD, but it is admitted that Intel is better than AMD. I am also not in favor of either, but in reality Intel is superior. Those who prefer AMD are generally due to the cheaper AMD processors themselves.

Okay, just like a reference, if you want to build a Computer Hardware for most editing / rendering needs and a little gaming, just take an AMD processor. And as of 2018, a suggestion for a good AMD processor is AMD Ryzen. To further optimize performance for editing, take the minimum that is Ryzen 5, but if the budget is not enough, you can take Ryzen 3. In contrast, if you want to build a computer for full gaming needs or a little editing, you can take an Intel processor, the latest as of 2018 is the Skylake generation, Kabylake, and Coffeelake. The Intel processor is indeed very powerful for gaming. Especially for an Intel Core i7 classmate, for gaming or editing, its performance doesn’t need to be doubted. But again, back to budget, if your budget is not up to buying Intel, it’s better to just take AMD. Because for this Ryzen processor, it’s good for gaming or editing, it’s also quite powerful.

Selection of Components Before assembling a PC

Then do I have to sort out Ryzen processors or core i Skylake, Kabylake / Coffeelake, are there no other options? Oh, it’s not mandatory, it’s all back to the budget, it’s not obligatory to sort out the processor, because there are still many processor options, both Intel and AMD, which cost less. For example, for Intel there are still processors whose costs are affordable, for example the Intel Pentium G …. (for example the G4560 or G4600). Or for cheaper prices, you can sort out the lower generations, for example Intel Haswell or Ivybridge. Or for AMD there is also a cheap type, the Bristol Ridge type.

For 2018, I recommend that if you want to sort out the Intel processor, take the Skylake / Kabylake / Coffelake with socket 1151 because this socket is the latest type. And for AMD, at least you choose AMD Bristol Ridge because you have used the latest AM4 socket. The latest socket makes it easy for you if you want to upgrade the processor later without having to buy a new motherboard again or buy new RAM again.

Okay again, after you make sure you want to select an Intel or AMD processor, we are currently selecting RAM. In order for your computer to look current, use the latest generation of RAM, DDR4 because DDR4 is much faster than DDR3. RAM usage is also adjusted to processor usage because there are processors that can only be juxtaposed with DDR4 RAM and there are processors that can only be juxtaposed with DDR3 RAM. If the RAM is wrong, the Computer Hardware won’t turn on. So my suggestion is DDR4 RAM because it can be juxtaposed with an Intel socket 1151 and AMD AM4 socket. But once again everything depends on the budget because the price of DDR4 RAM is indeed more expensive than DDR3. Only 4GB capacity can be adrift in the price of 200 thousand between DDR4 and DDR3, not to mention if you need 8GB of RAM it means the adrift of up to 400 thousand.

After selecting RAM, next we want to select VGA. This VGA can be optional or mandatory, depending on what processor you use. If you use an Intel Skylake / Kabylake / Coffeelake processor, generally it includes IGP (Integrated Graphic Processor), including the AMD Bristol Ridge series whose APU (A6, A8, A10) also has a GPU installed in it. Only the integrated VGA power is not optimal for games. But for emergency situations, for example, your budget is not enough for buying VGA, integrated VGA is also quite helpful for light gaming. On the other hand, AMD Ryzen and Athlon processors have to use VGA because they haven’t / don’t use integrated VGA.

Then what kind of VGA is recommended for purchase? The latest VGA output from AMD and Nvidia is recommended. For AMD you can select the RX series VGA. In the low budget class, there are RX460, RX550 and RX560 options, in the base class you can choose Radeon R7 again. Create a class

the bigger ones are the RX470, RX 480, RX 570 or RX580 options. On the other hand, for the Nvidia camp for low-budget VGA, you can select the GTX 1030, GTX 1050, the medium and populist class, there is the TI GTX 1050. For the upper class, you can select GTX 1060, GTX 1070 or GTX 1080, the upper type can be selected GTX 1070 TI or GTX 1080 TI. Well, choosing this VGA also depends on your budget again. No need to be obliged to impose expensive choices.

Okay, after ending sorting out the processor, RAM, and VGA, now the other parts are just getting used to. For example, choosing a motherboard, just adjust what processor you are using. The price of the motherboard is free, if you want to take a very cheap one, it’s okay. Which means grab the popular brands. For those who want low prices, you can take the Biostar or AsRock brands. For those who are more budget, you can select Asus, Gigabyte or MSI motherboards. Consult again for choosing this motherboard with your experienced friends or acquaintances.

Currently the PSU (Power Supply Unit) selection. For this PSU, if you can, don’t buy fake or cheap ones. PSU is likened to the human heart, its role is very vital, it supplies blood. If on a computer, it means that the PSU is used to supply electricity. If the human heart, for example, is deficient in blood supply or choked up, it can cause death, so will the PSU. Using a fake PSU if it’s wrong can cause the Computer Hardware to turn off or can also interfere with other components. PSU does not cost much, but if the power supply is wrong, other components that cost more than the PSU can be affected. For trusted PSU brands, you can take the FSP Hexa +, Enermax, EVGA, Seasonic, or Superflower brands. PSU is widely recommended by computer users.

Processor has, RAM has, Motherboard has, PSU has, next hard disk selection (HDD). For this hard drive, it is up to you to select what brand capacity. However, for the most recommended hard drive brands, generally Seagate and WD. On the other hand, the capacity, for me, is between 500GB and 1TB the cost is not much adrift, not up to 100 thousand, so I recommend that you buy 1TB at the same time as the capacity is more spacious right Conversely, if you have more budget, or I suggest that after buying this hard drive you save more to buy an SSD in the future. The use of SSD has been tested very well for increasing computer performance, especially if the computer is used for editing, it is highly recommended for using SSD. Loading Windows, open the whuzz whuss application, the point is the difference between HDD and SSD.

Continue the optional part if you want to assemble a Computer Hardware as a computer case. I call it optional because without using the casing you can also carry out your computer. You assemble the components on the table, you want it open, you turn the raft on, of course, you can. So this computer case is an optional part. Yes, the point is that the computer looks more concise, neat, not messy. Selection of the computer casing is also suitable for taste. But if you can at the same time take the good one, the current one, the one with a transparent casing so you can see the parts inside. Please adjust it according to the budget, because the selection of this casing is the final part selection after you have sorted or purchased a processor, motherboard, RAM, PSU, and hard drive, if there is still budget leftover, just allocate it to the casing.

Another bonus part and could be the last part is a casing fan/case fan. If you want to buy a casing fan, make sure you have bought a case first, don’t buy a case yet but have bought a fan, that’s funny. The purpose of this fan is so that the flow/circulation of air in the casing can be easy. When the computer is turned on and working, of course, the temperature inside the casing will rise. If the air circulation in the casing is not easy, you want to increase the temperature of the computer components inside. If it is intertwined, it will cause the computer to overheat and the Computer Hardware will often shut down or restart itself. But basically, if the dimensions of the casing are quite large and the space in the casing is quite relieved, even though without a fan it doesn’t actually want to cause the computer to overheat, let alone die, so the temperature just rises. But if you use a fan it can lower the temperature inside.

Okay, it’s been quite long, huh. That is a guide from me before you assemble a Computer Hardware. So you have to confirm your inspiration first, then what kind of computer components you must buy, and if you are steady and note what components have been selected, just go to the PC shop or to the online shop to buy these parts. Okay, so first, I want to continue in the next post, hopefully useful.