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Author Topic: Site for DIY pc building  (Read 2705 times)

2stepsback

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Site for DIY pc building
« on: April 14, 2007, 07:05 AM »
Hi all,
for those of you who are truly geeky or macho, and want to build your PC from scratch yourselves, one site that gives such information is:

http://pcmech.com

(for newbies, DIY = Do-it-yourself )

They have a daily newsletter which also includes a lot of news, reviews, opinions and hidden windows tips, tweaks and tricks.

I've been a subscriber (free) for more than two years now and although i simply cannot read the mail everyday, every fortnight or so, i sit down and dig into the pile... if only to clear it ;)

Inevitably some really useful tip about Windows comes along that makes you feel good that you subscribed to the newsletter.

Disclaimer: Although I've corresponded with the author before and we know each other (roughly), I do not gain anything from him or his site or the other way round - except that his site may get "DCoded"(TM) after this post ;) ;)

Definitely worth looking at.

-2stepsback

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Re: Site for DIY pc building
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2007, 01:53 PM »
2setps -- please attach a screenshot or image to your posts so i can blog them more easily ! :)

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Re: Site for DIY pc building
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2007, 06:20 PM »
And when you get your pc built, mod it at Hak.5
hak5.JPGSite for DIY pc building