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Re: Mac or PC?
I've never really used websites when assembling them, aside from looking at the actual site for the motherboard manuals (such as ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte etc.) if I needed to look up the front I/O.

It basically works in the way that you just need all the necessary components, then once you have them all, it's easier than you might think. There are videos or other sites you could look at by googling, but it would basically just be for an example of how someone builds a computer, as a few things can vary. LinusTechTips always does that kind of stuff, so surely he'd at least have one video showing people how to build a computer.

The CPU pins are really what you want to be careful with, but it's very easy to actually install the CPU. Nothing bad will happen if the CPU is slotted in from above like it's supposed to be, and there would definitely be videos for that, along with basic instructions. RAM just slots into a computer in a similar fashion to a game cartridge also, so once the motherboard is screwed into the case and you have those installed, the rest is mainly straight forward stuff and cable management.

Re: Mac or PC?
Steo wrote:
Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:23 pm
It's not really that difficult, the main thing you'd have to be careful about while building one is the pins on the motherboard (Intel) or the pins on the CPU (AMD), as you really don't want to bend them. Most things are straight forward though, with the most confusing one usually being plugging in the cables the front I/O (power button, LED's etc.) in the correct order. There's usually a diagram on the website for the motherboard explaining where they go, and the board itself usually has them labelled.
I'm exceptionally bad at anything that involves dismantling a PC, I've only done that to remove a hard drive from a laptop that no longer worked. Is there a website or websites that you recommend that teach how to do this kind of things?

Re: Mac or PC?
Elite Piranha wrote:
Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:18 pm
Is it very difficult to build a PC in order to do things like edit video or manage large files in Photoshop (without the PC freezing constantly)? Or is it better to find an expert to do that and avoid ruining your own computer?
It's not really that difficult, the main thing you'd have to be careful about while building one is the pins on the motherboard (Intel) or the pins on the CPU (AMD), as you really don't want to bend them. Most things are straight forward though, with the most confusing one usually being plugging in the cables the front I/O (power button, LED's etc.) in the correct order. There's usually a diagram on the website for the motherboard explaining where they go, and the board itself usually has them labelled.

Re: Mac or PC?
Steo wrote:
Fri Sep 20, 2019 7:55 pm
In all seriousness, I don't have much experience with Mac, but they're supposed to be better in terms of reliability, and a lot of people use them for work. The main thing a PC is better for is gaming, but it depends on what you want to use a computer for and whether you play consoles etc. I'm just so used to PC's myself, I like having the option to upgrade components, and they're much cheaper to build than buying a Mac too.

MacOS is similar to Linux in many ways, but with Apple branding. The price point of a Mac is the main thing that puts me off, knowing I can build a PC with similar specs for less than half the price.
Is it very difficult to build a PC in order to do things like edit video or manage large files in Photoshop (without the PC freezing constantly)? Or is it better to find an expert to do that and avoid ruining your own computer?

Re: Henchman 1000, older or newer model?
I just want to mention that in the Rayman M spanish manual, Henchman 1000 is described as "an older version of the robot pirate, more distinguished, but with the same values as Henchman 1...", and what is weirder is that next to the description of Henchman 800 there is a picture of Henchman 1000.

Re: Mac or PC?
In all seriousness, I don't have much experience with Mac, but they're supposed to be better in terms of reliability, and a lot of people use them for work. The main thing a PC is better for is gaming, but it depends on what you want to use a computer for and whether you play consoles etc. I'm just so used to PC's myself, I like having the option to upgrade components, and they're much cheaper to build than buying a Mac too.

MacOS is similar to Linux in many ways, but with Apple branding. The price point of a Mac is the main thing that puts me off, knowing I can build a PC with similar specs for less than half the price.

Re: Mac or PC?
I have used both for a long time (PC for most of my life) and I prefer Mac; better performance, easy to use and no virus (at least based on my experience). The only thing I really dislike about Mac is the price.

Re: Hangman
If only we could turn back time...

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Re: Hangman
T for time warp?

Re: Mac or PC?
It's true, MacOS - Can play Rayman Mini, PC - Can play everything else. :lol:

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