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5th & 6th Period(s)

12-4 Class Instructions

Essential Question:

How does a help desk technician assemble a high end PC?

Objective: Manually select the components to build a PC under a price budget.

Yoo today is the day to submit your PCpartpicker builds! The link to submit the assignment is here:

Click Here to Submit

Heres another video to help you out!

 

Travel to www.pcpartpicker.com and explore the site. This site lets you select parts to computers from all brands. It will even notify you if one part doesnt work with another. You may work in groups of 2 (two), and put together a PC build that is LESS than $550. Your build MUST include:

  1. CPU
  2. CPU Cooler (must match the CPU brand)
  3. Motherboard (must match CPU brand)
  4. RAM (minimum of 8 gigs)
  5. Graphics Card
  6. Power Supply (must support the wattage the PC needs, it will be red if it doesn’t)
  7. Case (make it a cool case if you can)
  8. Don’t include the hard drive or optical drives or other parts (We’ll pretend we already have that stuff and don’t need to order it in)

 

This is a multiple day assignment, and I will work with district to possibly order in the part to the best build so we can see how it works! There is a link at the top of the build page that will let you save and continue to work on your build.

Things to keep in mind:

  • CPU – Brains of the computer. Does thinking/computing.
  • CPU Cooler – The CPU runs how while working. If its too hot, a PC will blue screen and shut down. With thermal paste and a CPU cooler that wont happen!
  • RAM – Speeds up the CPU. Temporary storage for CPU tasks
  • Graphics Card – Eyes of the computer. Visual devices/Monitors plug into the graphics card through HDMI, VGA or display port cables.
  • Power Supply – The Heart of the computer and giver power to all devices (directly and through the mother board). Connects to the mother board in 2 spots.
  • Hard Drive – Long term storage for files and programs. 3 types of hard drives- HDD, Solid State and M.2. HDD’s are the most common
  • Case -Like the exoskeleton of the PC. You get +10 Charisma if it’s RGB XD

I will have a form for you to submit your links to your builds when the project is due. I am thinking Friday, December 4th for the due date.

 

**Remember ALL classroom rules apply. Please be on your best behavior because it is a reflection of our program.

 

12-2 Class Instructions

Essential Question:

How does a help desk technician assemble a high end PC?

Objective: Manually select the components to build a PC under a price budget.

Ok guys Day 2 of our PC Partpicker build – Same rules please work on this and make sure your PC is lit! Heres a video to kind of help you out:

 

Travel to www.pcpartpicker.com and explore the site. This site lets you select parts to computers from all brands. It will even notify you if one part doesnt work with another. You may work in groups of 2 (two), and put together a PC build that is LESS than $550. Your build MUST include:

  1. CPU
  2. CPU Cooler (must match the CPU brand)
  3. Motherboard (must match CPU brand)
  4. RAM (minimum of 8 gigs)
  5. Graphics Card
  6. Power Supply (must support the wattage the PC needs, it will be red if it doesn’t)
  7. Case (make it a cool case if you can)
  8. Don’t include the hard drive or optical drives or other parts (We’ll pretend we already have that stuff and don’t need to order it in)

 

This is a multiple day assignment, and I will work with district to possibly order in the part to the best build so we can see how it works! There is a link at the top of the build page that will let you save and continue to work on your build.

Things to keep in mind:

  • CPU – Brains of the computer. Does thinking/computing.
  • CPU Cooler – The CPU runs how while working. If its too hot, a PC will blue screen and shut down. With thermal paste and a CPU cooler that wont happen!
  • RAM – Speeds up the CPU. Temporary storage for CPU tasks
  • Graphics Card – Eyes of the computer. Visual devices/Monitors plug into the graphics card through HDMI, VGA or display port cables.
  • Power Supply – The Heart of the computer and giver power to all devices (directly and through the mother board). Connects to the mother board in 2 spots.
  • Hard Drive – Long term storage for files and programs. 3 types of hard drives- HDD, Solid State and M.2. HDD’s are the most common
  • Case -Like the exoskeleton of the PC. You get +10 Charisma if it’s RGB XD

I will have a form for you to submit your links to your builds when the project is due. I am thinking Friday, December 4th for the due date.

 

**Remember ALL classroom rules apply. Please be on your best behavior because it is a reflection of our program.

 

11-30 Class Instructions

Essential Question:

How does a help desk technician assemble a high end PC?

Objective: Manually select the components to build a PC under a price budget.

Hey guys! We were recently going over the components to make a computer work. We have a pretty cool assignment that we can spend a few days on. This is one of my favorite assignments becauseĀ  we get to select the parts for a personal PC .

Travel to www.pcpartpicker.com and explore the site. This site lets you select parts to computers from all brands. It will even notify you if one part doesnt work with another. You may work in groups of 2 (two), and put together a PC build that is LESS than $550. Your build MUST include:

  1. CPU
  2. CPU Cooler (must match the CPU brand)
  3. Motherboard (must match CPU brand)
  4. RAM (minimum of 8 gigs)
  5. Graphics Card
  6. Power Supply (must support the wattage the PC needs, it will be red if it doesn’t)
  7. Case (make it a cool case if you can)
  8. Don’t include the hard drive or optical drives or other parts (We’ll pretend we already have that stuff and don’t need to order it in)

 

This is a multiple day assignment, and I will work with district to possibly order in the part to the best build so we can see how it works! There is a link at the top of the build page that will let you save and continue to work on your build.

Things to keep in mind:

  • CPU – Brains of the computer. Does thinking/computing.
  • CPU Cooler – The CPU runs how while working. If its too hot, a PC will blue screen and shut down. With thermal paste and a CPU cooler that wont happen!
  • RAM – Speeds up the CPU. Temporary storage for CPU tasks
  • Graphics Card – Eyes of the computer. Visual devices/Monitors plug into the graphics card through HDMI, VGA or display port cables.
  • Power Supply – The Heart of the computer and giver power to all devices (directly and through the mother board). Connects to the mother board in 2 spots.
  • Hard Drive – Long term storage for files and programs. 3 types of hard drives- HDD, Solid State and M.2. HDD’s are the most common
  • Case -Like the exoskeleton of the PC. You get +10 Charisma if it’s RGB XD

I will have a form for you to submit your links to your builds when the project is due. I am thinking Friday, December 4th for the due date.

 

**Remember ALL classroom rules apply. Please be on your best behavior because it is a reflection of our program.