If you build your own PCs, avoid cheap motherboards and CPUs

If you’re going to build a PC, two core components that are the most difficult to replace if they fail are the motherboard and the CPU. CPUs, in particular, with their delicate pins that attach to the motherboard, can break with a single wrong movement during installation. This is rarely covered by the warranty. Investing in a decent motherboard and CPU combo could save you a lot of trouble later — not to mention these two parts are the most sensitive to obsolescence.