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joaquim

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Hi, I am a year 12 South Australian student and am required to do a Research Project for my studies. I decided to do the project in the IT industry; my topic is "The Process of Building a Personal Computer". I am seeking any computer technicians or qualified professionals in which I can ask any questions regarding the project. Questions may be about specific techniques, parts, power consumption etc. If you are interested, please send me a PM or reply in this thread; telling me a bit about yourself in the IT industry (job/certificate/degree). It would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi mate,

You already have the sticky in this forum, how to build your own computer. Look it up and read through it, lots of information there in regards to your questions. What else specifically do you need to know?

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Hi Troy

The sticky is an excellent source of secondary information and I indend to use it for my project. But I am also required to use primary information (interviews, surveys etc.) I wish to ask a few questions to an expert as part of this primary research. Questions i have in mind include things like determining the right PSU for a build (wattage), and brand reputation (what is good, what to avoid).


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