Old 10-18-2008   #16
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It pretty much is when you've never upgraded a PC beforehand.
if you take some time to learn the correct way to put together the PC components its really not hard at all
there are plenty of guides online
the biggest issue is making sure all the components are compatible
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Old 10-19-2008   #17
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if you take some time to learn the correct way to put together the PC components its really not hard at all
there are plenty of guides online
the biggest issue is making sure all the components are compatible
I know, but it's like saying that with rocket science, if you take the time to learn it, it's not hard at all

I could easily follow a guide, but I wouldn't learn everything, if I built another PC without a guide I'd definately miss out some things. There's also people who simply can't get it, and followed by the fact that the internet provides bullshit answers, it isn't easier said than done.

Call me a dimwit, but I was under the impression that a bigger PSU would fry your motherboard, and even after finding out otherwise, the decision to get a new PSU and fit it in is still a big decision to make :/
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