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Choosing Parts for Building a PC | Infographic on Behance

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Computer Hardware: Building a Computer. Plans and resources for a project to build understanding of computer specifications by learning to build your own computer system: looks at what's inside the case, peripheral devices and operating systems. Aimed at KS3 but could adapt for KS2. (from TES).

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How to Build a Computer? It’s quite easy if you know the right steps that you have to do. Ever try to build your own computer? If not, here are steps to guide you to build your own computer

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Build Your Own Computer Activity

Your students are going to love learning about the parts of a computer while building their own on paper! These little laptops turn out so adorable you can't resist smiling when you see the finished products. In addition to the lift-the-flaps laptop, there is a matching page with definitions of the computer parts for a little added academics.

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Kano is the first computer that anyone, anywhere can make. Our mission is to give young people – and the young at heart – a simple, fun way to make and play with technology, and take control of the world around them.

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Building a PC? You Need This Chart

If you've ever built your own PC, you know it can be a rewarding and cost-saving experience. But unless you're really fluent in pin counts and socket shapes, remembering which p...

Make a Handheld Linux Terminal with a Raspberry Pi

We've seen pocket-sized Raspberry Pi computers before, but they usually require a 3D-printed case. DIYer Chris Robinson shows you how to build one with off the shelf parts.

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How to Build Your Own PC

If you want the strongest, most adaptable, and most upgradeable PC, you should build it yourself.

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