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The Tech Parts That We Don’t See And Yet Matter The Most

Posted in Technology/Hardware

Last updated on November 21, 2021

The tech parts that we don’t see and yet matter the most, yes, computing and the ability to use, store, share and manipulate data has become the norm and the underlying principles of modern business, gaming, and entertainment.

The rise of self-build PCs or the process of adding components and tech parts to existing systems to upgrade them has become commonplace.

Many of those who have tried and successfully managed to build their own PC has mentioned the following as the keys to a successful build. It’s about being pedantic with some of the smallest components and unseen parts.

The Tech Parts  And Your Connections

Many PC builders have rushed out to get the latest, top-of-the-range CPUs, GPUs, memory, and storage only to be let down by the cheap connectors and connections that you use to join the system together.

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If you’ve spent an arm and a leg and done all your research and bought all the gear, put it together, and want it to work to the best of its ability then you need to use the right wiring. Use professional, high-quality d-sub cables to link to the monitor or as a serial port interface.

It’s these connectors and connections that we don’t see and yet will serve to link the entire system together. No matter how good your components are, if the linkages are cheap and nasty and not well thought through, then the entire system will be compromised.

The Microprocessors

You will never see them in the flesh per-se, but you do need to know where they hail from and what they can do. You need to base your computing on a strong foundation and at the very heart of such a foundation is the humble semiconductors on a tiny microprocessor.

The flow of information and electronic pulses, through switches, that needs to occur for top-level, speedy computing is only going to be possible with quality semiconductors and microprocessor chips. The recent shortage in this area has seen a lot of not-so-good chips and processors being made available to meet demand. Make sure that the foundation of your build is based on the real thing.

The Tech Parts Needs Care Use Gloves and Antistatic Wrist Band 

If you’ve just spent a small fortune and a great deal of time researching and sourcing the components to assemble your dream machine, then there are a few small things that others have forgotten that you should not.

Don’t touch any contacts with your naked finger, as oils and dust can damage your expensive microprocessor, rendering it a worthless piece of silicone if the contacts or the pin are damaged. Using surgical or antistatic gloves that are thin enough not to prevent you from getting into the tight areas will serve to avoid this error.

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Others have recommended using an anti-static wrist strap while doing the assembly. The strap must be connected to a grounding source to make it effective and will prevent the buildup of static electricity and keep you safe as you work with electrical components.

These are inexpensive solutions that can be implemented as part of the entire build process. Keep in mind that the foundational essence of the PC you build will be the tiniest of components that you may never see, but be aware of them and ask the right questions to ensure quality and performance.

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  1. Johnson Ndubuisi
    Johnson Ndubuisi

    This article is very insightful. I never knew these tech parts are so important like this even though it can’t be easily seen with the human eye.

    August 12, 2021
  2. Emma Nelson
    Emma Nelson

    Amazing article technology is growing day by day.
    Thanks for sharing, Best wishes.

    August 18, 2021
  3. Vikash Sharma
    Vikash Sharma

    Enjoyed reading the article above, really explains everything in detail, the article is very interesting and effective.Thank you and good luck with the upcoming articles

    August 18, 2021

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