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How to Build a Computer from Scratch: The Complete Guide

How to Build a Computer from Scratch: The Complete Guide
a semantical argument, i'm sure, but this article does not really talk about building a computer from scratch, but rather from components. when i was a kid my dad and i sort of built a tv "from scratch" but in reality all we did was collect thousands of bits and some solder. built the case from particle board and white formica too.. we built each circuit board up from the individual parts... i honestly doubt anyone here would have the patience to try that with a computer, but kudos to whomever might be so inclined... 8/08/11 3:18pm

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