To build a first PC by myself in my 20s, I’ve ruined a lot of things before. Here are the top 10 things that you should remember when removing the PC, based on your blood experience. Perhaps it cannot help you eliminate the risk completely, but at least you will be less worried.
Attach I / O Shield (FE)
Imagine you have assembled the entire PC, and when you plugged in the cord to turn on the machine, you discovered that you forgot the damn FE piece, how are you feeling now? I’m going to be profane too much. At this point, I will have to remove a bunch of cables, cards, and main to re-attach the FE. If anyone goes too hard on the wire, be careful to remove it, not kidding.
So, if you assemble the machine, assemble this piece first for yourself, then assemble it and do whatever you do. I am very obsessed with myself now, if I buy the main one, I will only buy the main ones with FE die.
Always catch sequenced screws for toughened glass
Most modern gaming cases are equipped with at least one glass to show the internal components. For brothers using cheap cases using mica panels, there is no need to worry, it is a bit “alum” but difficult to crack. For those who have a case of glass, they should be noted every time they are removed. Tighten the screw on the glass, then tighten just come, not pressing, not pressing.