NZXT is offering 10 percent off its custom and pre-built PCs for a limited time

Shawn Knight

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Bottom line: NZXT for a limited time is offering 10 percent off its custom PC building service, but you’ll need to act quick if you want to score this deal. Sure, we realize that many of our readers will likely opt to build their own PCs, but it's nice to at least have the option of letting someone else handle it if you've got a lot going on at the moment.

From now through 11:59 p.m. Pacific on October 20, NZXT’s computer building service can be utilized with a 10 percent discount. The service allows shoppers to configure a custom PC using NZXT’s online configuration tool that’s tailored to your specific performance requirements and budget.

NZXT will then build the system to your specifications, complete with professional wire management and a two-year warranty on all parts and labor, and ship it to your door.

The service debuted a few years back and was designed to make it easier for newcomers get their hands on a custom rig by taking all of the guesswork and technical know-how out of the equation.

In today’s landscape, it also eliminates having to track down tough-to-acquire hardware. NZXT advertises a guaranteed four business day turnaround on custom builds, so you won't be waiting around forever for that new GPU to ship.

NZXT’s service lets you configure an entirely custom system. Optionally, you can select from one of several pre-built options catering to a range of targeted buyers including streamers and content creators. Pre-built systems start at $1,099.

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Dimitriid

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Alright NZXT it's having a fire sale!

Wait I'm getting a live report!

*checks in-ear monitor*

...Oh...Oooohhh ok.

Correction, it's just a regular sale and it is NOT a fire sale, I repeat: NOT a fire sale.
 

Hexic

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Alright NZXT it's having a fire sale!

Wait I'm getting a live report!

*checks in-ear monitor*

...Oh...Oooohhh ok.

Correction, it's just a regular sale and it is NOT a fire sale, I repeat: NOT a fire sale.

Ironically enough, I was on this site yesterday and for fun, pieced together a build - and comparing to a build today, the build today was at least a couple of hundred of dollars cheaper.

Not a spectacular sale, but given the current chip shortage it’s not one to scoff at.
 

Dimitriid

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Ironically enough, I was on this site yesterday and for fun, pieced together a build - and comparing to a build today, the build today was at least a couple of hundred of dollars cheaper.

Not a spectacular sale, but given the current chip shortage it’s not one to scoff at.

Not an ideal way to get a GPU but probably not the worst way either, only raiser cables would raise my concerns so to speak.
 

hahahanoobs

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Jayz2cents has a video where he got one of these sent to him by NZXT and had his novice friend put it together. He did well. The build guide is THICK in size but it also has a lot of images for each step.

I don't know what it will cost to buy, but it seemed not all that bad as an option especially if you've upgraded a PC before and feel comfortable working inside. If you're someone who has no idea what you're even looking at then it's probably better that you get someone to help you or look elsewhere.

This could def get more people into PC gaming and eventually buying individual parts and building their own PC's.

 

brucek

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I bought from NZXT back in January, my first purchase of a pre-built desktop in probably over 15 years. They had the big ticket parts I wanted, a motherboard and case I could live with even if they weren't my first choice, and only a mild overcharge at a time when anything good was impossible to find and scalped well beyond mild if you did find it. The purchase has sat OK with me although I really hope I'm back to building on my own by the next time.

Edit: just saw the comment about a build guide, I'm not sure if something changed but the unit I bought arrived completely pre-assembled, I would not have needed to ever open the case (but of course I did anyway.)