Understanding Hardware “Bottlenecks” and How to Avoid Them (NCIX Tech Tips #81)

Today Linus covers the topic of “bottlenecking” in the context of computer hardware, and gives some strategies to help avoid it and get the most out of your computer.

www.newegg.com Welcome to Part 2 of Newegg TV’s How To Build a Computer tutorial The Build! In this episode we’ve gone for epic-scale length and detail. We have two complete builds to share, and step-by-step instructions for how they’re put together. To make the video even longer, the first half covers an “external build”, which involves connecting your core components outside the case to do a test boot and make sure everything is working. Defective parts are rare, but they can put a damper on your build if they’re not identified early in the process. Next up is installing parts into the case, cable routing, and the moment of truth: the first boot after assembly is complete. Enjoy! For Your Reference: Part 1 – Choosing Your Components: www.youtube.com Part 3 – Installing an Operating System & Finishing Touches: www.youtube.com Here are some helpful links: Newegg’s DIY PC Combo Store – bit.ly “Build A” Parts List: bit.ly “Build B” Parts List: bit.ly Check out our main channel for more tech videos! www.youtube.com and for all other newegg products, visit our second channel at www.youtube.com – Credits – Camera, Editing, Titles: Mr. Lam 40+ Minutes of PC Building and Tutorializing: Paul
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