I bought parts for a new computer because I wanted to play better games. Paid like 2k for it.
They said building a pc is easy and I belived them. 3 hours later I think they I broke some port (jumper something) on my motherboard and there's no way I'll be able to make it work on my own.
I was really excited about this. This was the only thing that I was looking forward to.
You should have bought a prebuilt and improved from that so you know where all the cords and things go.
Scrap it on ebay or something if you think you're in over your head. It probably still works, maybe ask someone on idk /v/? if they can skype you through it
You had to go and fuck it up didn't you OP. How hard is it to google any "how to build a PC" video and do it fucking right? It is as simple as plugging 4 or five things into each other.
>build a pc
>suddenly my entire family and friends treat me like I'm a computer engineer
If they only knew it's basically expensive legos.
>They said building a pc is easy and I belived them.
It fucking is. It's easier than putting together a god damn lego set.
>put mobo in case
>plug things into mobo
That's really all there is to it. I mean, yeah, I can understand freak accidents like if you accidentally drop a component on the ground or you're retarded and shock a component or something, but otherwise, they're piss easy to assemble. If you followed pretty much any video tutorial, you should have been 100% fine.