First, connect your monitor. If you have a graphics card, you will need to connect your monitor here. If not, you’ll need to connect the monitor to the motherboard. We recommend using a DVI or HDMI connection, if possible.
Next, connect any USB devices, such as your keyboard, mouse and USB wireless adapter if you have one. If not, connect your PC to your broadband router with an ethernet cable.
If you have speakers the green port is for the audio output, and the pink port is for a microphone.
If your PC has a USB cable coming from the hole at the top right, just pop it into any available USB port. If you have a blue port (USB 3.0) then we’d recommend using that.
Finally, connect the power cable and flick the power switch on the back. Place the PC in an open, well-ventilated spot.