When I tell people I build my own computers, most of them look at me as if I'm crazy or a genius. This always makes me laugh a little, because when you get down to it, putting together a PC is about as complex as putting together a Lego set; the primary difference is the cost of the parts. If you can tell the difference between a Phillips and flathead screwdriver, you can put together a PC. This webpage is meant to collate the information you will need to do so, from buying parts to turning on the power for the first time. Click on the first link to get started.
Click here to go to the first page, "The What".
Click here to go to the second page, "How Much".
Click here to go to the third page, "How".
Click here for a list of online resources that may help you if you get stuck.