1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 31, 2013 9:47 AM by joe_intel

    Computer Assembling

    Zikinsky

      Hi, I'm new at assembling computers, so I need some help, please.

      Although I bought my laptop 3 years age, It is getting old in comparison to developing new technologies. I want something wouldn't get older in a long time.

      Intel can provide processors, motherboards, video/audio cards, SSD and wi-fi/ethernet - everything that is needed to assemble computers. I want my computer to run on both Linux and Windows for home, development and gaming, without any problems.

      What is the best combination of these product models to have a good computer that will last long? Is there any issues I didn't consider?

       

      Thanks in advance.

        • 1. Re: Computer Assembling
          joe_intel

          As general advice in the process of building your own system, you may want to first define the components options to a form factor that will match the specific use the system will be built for, and the budget of course.

           

          Start choosing motherboard and processor options; for example, since you mentioned gaming, an option could be an ATX board with the Intel® Core i7 or Intel® Core i5. Consider how much you want to expand your system in terms of components (amount drives, graphics or other add-on cards) and choose a power supply for future needs and go from there.

           

          Desktop Processor Comparison Guide

           

          http://ark.intel.com/

           

          Usually this process involves some research first and there are a few online tutorials from reputable sources too, but if you want someone to help you building the system you may contact an Intel® partner here: http://locate.intel.com/