TechTV's How To Build Your Own PC
TechTV experts Leo Laporte and Patrick Norton examine the step-by-step process of building a working computer customized to the viewer's needs. This video teaches viewers what is inside a PC, the pros and cons of building a system, the tools needed for construction, how to select components, and where to get good deals on PC parts. Viewers learn how to assemble a PC's components and how to connect all the cables. This is the ultimate guide on how to build a PC, from TechTV's resident gurus.
- 179.8 x 229.6 x 41.4mm | 276.7g
- 01 Jan 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Peachpit Press Publications
- Berkeley, United States
About Patrick Norton
Leo Laporte and Patrick Norton are co-hosts on The Screen Savers, TechTV's interactive show geared toward the tech enthusiast. Leo is also a co-host/anchor on Tech Live, TechTV's live daily news program. Prior to joining TechTV, Leo co-hosted The Personal Computing Show, which aired on CNBC, Lifetime, and other cable channels. He also co-wrote and hosted Internet! on PBS television, and was a daily contributor to The Site, which aired nightly on MSNBC. Leo won an Emmy for his work on The Site in 1997. As co-host and managing editor of The Screen Savers, Patrick Norton tackles the toughest computer questions from TechTV on-air and on-line viewers. Patrick has been a tech guru at the network since its inception. He started the TechTV product-testing lab and has written countless product reviews. Before joining TechTV, Patrick tested and wrote about products for PC Magazine, Computer Shopper, InfoWorld, Windows Sources and other publications.