PC gamers are a different breed.
We not only like to play video games, but we also like to build the machines we use to play them. We do this because it’s the best (and only) way to guarantee our computer can handle whatever it is we want to do.
And what we want to do is play video games the way they are supposed to be played: at glorious resolutions and at maximum capacity.
Building a PC is easy. Unfortunately, most tutorials you find online make the PC building process complicated. Instead of helping you build a PC, these guides dissuade you from investing any time into your PC DIY project. Worst of all, you never get to experience video games at their full potential.
But we’re here to stop that.
We play a lot of video games and build a lot of PC’s at NZXT and want you to do the same. That’s why we created the “How to Build a PC” eBook and are giving it away for free to anyone who wants a simple and easy-to-read guide without the fluff.
This book is for anyone who wants to build their own PC without complicating things.
Our eBook teaches you:
- build planning
- motherboard installation
- CPU and CPU cooler installation
- memory installation
- graphics card installation
- storage installation
- accessories installation
- power supply installation
- and more
Our eBook is short, simple, and easy to read. We even teach you how to manage those pesky cables so you can be proud to show off your handiwork to all your friends. And who knows, maybe you’ll even convince a few of them to put down the controller and build a PC of their own.
Download your free copy of the “How to Build a PC” eBook before you start your PC DIY project. By the time you’re done going through everything you’ll wonder why you didn’t start building sooner.
Good luck and happy building!
P.S. Don’t forget to submit your build once you’re done!
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