Installing Windows

So now that we have built a PC and you have a better understanding of the BIOS and have made some changes, let’s go ahead and install Windows 10.  If you plan on overclocking, it is always recommended to install the OS at base settings, then overclock after everything is installed and configured.  This way you know everything is working before you start throwing in changes.

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Now after installing Windows 10, you will need to install all of your drivers and software and get windows just how you like it.  The Drivers disc provided will have all you need for the motherboard, the foundation of your system, then you can install the rest.  Let’s check out what the Drivers Disc includes.


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