Newegg DIY Garage: How to Build a Gaming PC – i7-6700, 850 EVO, & GTX 970

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—Newegg DIY Garage: How to build a gaming PC – i7-6700, 850 EVO, & GTX 970—

00:00 Introduction
00:40 Selecting your components
03:31 Case Prep
07:20 Motherboard Prep
15:52 Motherboard Installation
18:46 Wiring
24:02 Test Boot
24:55 Flash BIOS
25:58 Graphics Card Installation
27:37 Cable Management
28:19 Benchmarks

Products in video:
Corsair 450D Computer Case: https://goo.gl/IjX9ZV
ASUS H170 PRO GAMING Motherboard: https://goo.gl/VozST8
G.Skill 16GB DDR4 RAM: https://goo.gl/MthCCo
Intel Core i7 6700 CPU: https://goo.gl/AlDbY6
Samsung 850 EVO 1TB SSD: https://goo.gl/HmnXBD
EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB SSC GAMING GPU: http://bit.ly/1P80g8U
CORSAIR CX750M 750W 80 PLUS BRONZE PSU: http://bit.ly/1moL3XJ
Windows 10 Home – 64-bit: http://bit.ly/1P981gJ
Magnet/Demagnetizer: http://bit.ly/1NU3rlF
Rosewill PC tool kit: http://bit.ly/1IVoiVs

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– Credits –
Presenter: Carey Holzman
Camera: Tina
Producer: Tom
Post-Production: Anna

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20 Responses to Newegg DIY Garage: How to Build a Gaming PC – i7-6700, 850 EVO, & GTX 970

  1. Anthony Dove says:

    So if I'm not using an optical drive I assume I don't need that first cable from the SSD to the optical drive? Also how do you wire in a separate HDD….

  2. Nimbis207 says:

    Thanks Carey. This was the primary how to video I used to build both me and my wife new PCs this weekend after pulling the trigger on parts black friday. Cheers

  3. Rick Willey says:

    BEST HOW TO VIDEO EVER!!!

  4. iPatch says:

    Do I need to buy the CPU heatsink or it's included in the motherboard?

  5. Nozaki_Sage says:

    Is this build able to run high end games like PUBG or Arma

  6. ZyanHD says:

    ASUS H170 PRO GAMING Motherboard is complete crap DO NOT BUY THIS MOBO!!!!!

  7. SK5 Hylon says:

    Wait do you need thermal paste?

  8. Your Average Communist says:

    Boy let me suck yo toes

  9. GLOBBY says:

    Awesome video bro! Really helpful!

  10. Chaos says:

    i love how your very thorough yet simple and to the point with your explanations, love your contribution to new egg will keep watching !

  11. Robin Alexander says:

    Carey is the best !

  12. Jonathan Choge says:

    Can my Lenovo E73 Core i3 (3.4Ghz) 4th gen system be upgraded with an Intel Core I7-7700K (4.2Ghz) Processor?

  13. SSJ_Sherif123 says:

    I got confused at parts

  14. Black Oshin says:

    I have no idea how to hook my cables from my power supply (Cougar VTX700) and case (Phanetiks Eclipse P400) to my motherboard(GIGABYTE GA-Z270-HD3). The power supply has a vast amount of cables with no labels on them, and none of them say SATA. The power supply in this video has outside connectors to hook your wires up to while mine doesn't. Im lost.

  15. Alekzavier Escobedo says:

    Where is the link to the optical drive

  16. GamerVsLife says:

    How much money was it all together?

  17. that one guy says:

    How much does it total

  18. Hama Lee says:

    Can i use the same build just change the GPU to GTX 1080 with 120GB ssd and add a 1TB HDD hard driver?

  19. Zeek M says:

    It's pretty simple, You're going to have to kill bit miners for parts.

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