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Parkin

10 months ago

Ok I'm completely new to building PCs. I am about to build my very first computer and I wanted to order all of the parts that I will need. So my question is, does all the cabling and wiring come with all the components or is there a kit or something I need to buy? Everything I find literally just says: Case, Power supply, CPU, Cooler, GPU, storage, ram. I don't see anything about wiring. Please help.

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  • 10 months ago
  • 5 points

The cables are included, mostly in the PSU and case

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

Depends on the parts. Usually motherboards will come with a couple of SATA cables, and video cards may come with power adapters, but most drives (HDD or SSD) don't come with any cables. The best thing to do is to check with the mfg'rs web page for specifics on the exact model or the vendors site on the product. A good example would be to look on Newegg at optical drives. A retail version should come with SATA cables and possibly basic software, where as OEM version comes with nothing.

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