NZXT’s PC building kits take the fear and guesswork out of DIY desktops

Consider it the LEGO approach to building your first desktop PC. All parts are included—even a screwdriver.

If you've been meaning to try your hand at PC building, but are intimidated by the huge selection of parts and their potential compatibility headaches, PC hardware maker NZXT is here to help. The company is now selling what it calls BLD Kits, pre-selected collections of parts that you assemble into a full, working desktop PC. The kits include step-by-step instruction booklets, and even a screwdriver.

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Michael Crider

Michael Crider

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