My first few months with the first PC I built for myself

Months ago, I sat down to build a gaming PC for the first time. I was far from alone: Bill Thomas, TechRadar’s US Computing editor, had volunteered to help me out in person – or at least that was the plan before Covid put us in lockdown. Not to be deterred, we decided to stick to the plan, though Bill would coach remotely via video chat as I wrestled with directions and manuals and parts and plugs. 

The build was a success, thanks primarily to Bill’s help (along with Future videographer Brandon Lengyel, himself a desktop-building aficionado), and I ended the long day with the first PC built by my own two hands – just in time for PC Gaming Week 2020.

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