Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 19, 2013 -- A call has gone out to computer experts and anyone with knowledge of building a PC from scratch to help a novice from dabs.com's marketing department put together his very first computer.
Matt Berry, a complete n00b when it comes to building PCs, has come up with a project to plan and build a desktop machine over the coming weeks in a bid to improve his knowledge of the inner workings of computers. Matt has no idea what he should be looking for when it comes to motherboard bundles or CPU cooling solutions, and he's not ready to undertake the journey on his own.
Using the dabs.com blog, Matt will provide regular progress updates as his creation begins to take shape and is hoping readers will jump in with hints, tips and advice on everything from the best place to get started to what components he should be considering.
Matt's first blog post went live at the start of March and already support is flooding in from dabs.com's highly-experienced customers. It's easy to get involved in the conversation and lend Matt a much-needed helping hand by either adding a comment to one of his blog posts or going onto the dabs.com Facebook page and posting a message. You might want to back up someone else's comment or completely disagree - Matt will welcome all the help he can get.
As the build project progresses, those involved with helping Matt reach his goal will also be in with a chance of winning the finished PC, meaning there's an added incentive to help him build a fantastic machine. With a huge range of motherboards from dabs.com at his disposal as well as incredible packages such as the Asus Intel Gamer Bundle, Matt isn't short on options - he just needs help bringing it all together.
Matt said: "I love the idea of a new challenge and thought this would be a great way of expanding my knowledge of the huge range of products that dabs.com has on the site.
"I'm confident that with an anti-static wristband strapped to me and some expert help from our loyal fans I'll make it through unscathed and might even end up with a half-decent PC at the end."