Alright so heres the details on my situation. I was running with an amd fx-4130, gigabyte GA-78M-USB3 i believe was the board model, had a stick of gskill and default crucial ram total of 16gb, using a radeon hd 7700 2gb graphics. and my original plan was only to buy a psu graphics and cpu because the motherboard was still decent, however apon inspection / removing the heatsink and cpu i come to notice the cpu wasnt even locked in the socket at all it was only being secured down by the heatsink / fan clips, i was fuming at this point, they said it was 3 months out of warrenty so said ah what the hell mise well dump another 200$ into a whole new computer, so i was able to salvage the case, the case fans and the front panel. and now to you guys my question is this, i already have the cpu / default sink it came with, today i get the motherboard and aftermarket heatsink / fan, saturday i get the psu and graphics, but my question is this, what is the best guide / review on learning to be more fluent with installing power supplys, its never been my thing to mess with electrical bleep so it kinda makes me nervous a bit. so i want to make sure im plugging in everything in the right spot which i do know most spots, i know the 24pin power connector and the cpu power plug, and the other small ones for like usb3 front panel power panel like that my main ones im not too good with is the 4pin power connectors, any advice?
heres my build btw
Edited by marine8498, 31 July 2015 - 12:15 AM.