It is obvious that building a nice desktop build isn’t the hardest thing in the world, but we can’t say that you’re always unlikely to make any mistakes in the process. Yes, there are many types of mistakes that can stand between you and a finished dream desktop build. Usually, these mistakes cam easily be corrected, but some of them won’t pet you reverse them.
Here are some of the most common mistakes that you must avoid when buying desktop cases and other things in the process of building a PC build.
Investing in Incompatible Hardware
Buying incompatible hardware is one of the most common mistakes that you might also end up making at one point. Hardware incompatibilities like in CPU and motherboard, the storage type and motherboard can occur. Some of these issues might actually be related to your desktop size and am unwitting part.
Buying The Wrong Desktop Case
This is actually one of the most common mistakes that newbies make in the process of building their own desktop builds. You should consider things like cooling, power supply management and size of different components when you’re trying to get everything together. So, you must invest in a good fitting desktop case.
Improper CPU Installation
While this might look like a rare issue, it is actually quite common. Processors always need to be set in proper orientation when they’re being set up, or otherwise they won’t work.
To avoid this error, you’ll have to align the marking on the processor with the marking on your motherboard. In case of AMD processors, this marking can be seen in the shape of a golden arrow in the bottom left corner, you’ll have to align with the marking you find on the motherboard. Avoiding this error usually solves half of the problem.