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Talk:Build a PC
Thoughts on safety section:
- Should we mention magnetized screwdrivers (those ones with maganetised heads to hold the screw in place)?
- Shouldn't the power cord be left plugged in but switched off, so that the earth wire is actually earthed?
The old "Falcon Guide" doesn't seem to be maintained anymore, just stick with the link to Logical Increments followed by Falcon Guide to explain history -- Muh6trillion (talk) 15:48, 27 January 2014 (EST)
I'll try to add lots of content to this page in the next few days so it'll be pretty messy until I organize it. Sorry for the inconveniences.
Perhaps it should be stated for what purpose you might use a specific type of case. I would say, in general, most people should be content with a Micro-ATX case, including gamers with high-power CPUs and GPUs. Most other computers that aren't used for really intensive, heat-generating work (gaming, video editing...) would be better used in a Mini-ITX case. --Fontain (talk) 22:56, 11 February 2014 (EST)