After building a new PC, you should update the following components to ensure optimal performance and stability:

  1. Operating System: Make sure your operating system is up-to-date with the latest updates, security patches, and bug fixes.
  2. BIOS: Check your motherboard manufacturer’s website for the latest BIOS version and update it to the latest version.
  3. Drivers: Install the latest drivers for your motherboard, graphics card, sound card, network card, and any other peripherals you have installed.
  4. Firmware: Check for firmware updates for your SSD, HDD, and other components such as your keyboard, mouse, or other peripherals.
  5. Software: Install any necessary software for your components, such as GPU control panels or motherboard utilities.
  6. Antivirus: Install an antivirus program and keep it up-to-date with the latest virus definitions to protect your system from malware and other threats.
  7. Optimization: Consider installing system optimization software to clean up unnecessary files, optimize your system performance, and manage your system settings.

Remember to download drivers and firmware updates only from the manufacturer’s official website to ensure that you are installing genuine and compatible software. Additionally, always back up your important data before making any updates or changes to your system.