For the pioneering type, building your own computer can be a very challenging and rewarding experience. Finding all the necessary hardware, checking the compatibility, and installing it all properly can be a long-term project. It pays off, though, in the satisfaction you get from booting up a machine of your own design, and also in the money you save.
For the most part, a resourceful builder can find all of the components of a computer at a total cost that''s quite shy of the cost of a new machine. At Newegg, we provide one-stop shopping for the technophile, and our line of discount hardware is continually expanding. When planning your new personalized computer, the first thing you''ll need is a case.
The case of a computer is simply the shell that holds all of the more delicate hardware together. While computers can be built from any number of found materials, a quality case is the easiest way to start your project. And with the prices we offer at Newegg, there''s no reason to be scrounging for substitute cases--we''ve got top-of-the-line Rosewill cases at unbeatable prices.
Picking a case for your computer is a quick but important step. The case will largely determine your limits when building the machine. Everything from space for hardware to cable accesses to room for disk drives will be dictated by your case, so be sure to choose wisely. There are different colors to choose from, as well as solid panels or panels with shaped clear cutouts so you can get just the look you want.