NZXT Clarifies BLD's $350 Fee, Warranty Details

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RomeoReject

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I still think this is a neat little service on their part. Yeah, you can order pre-built PCs from places like iBuyPower and CyberPC, but unless you already know what does what for gaming, you're likely going to pick the odd "wrong" upgrade. Having a "guide" for what you actually need could be huge for making PC Gaming more accessible.
 

mrmez

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Or.... you could walk into your local PC shop and get some advice, along with a warranty and build service, all of which are usually at no additional charge.
 

kissfan003

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It's not for everyone but I like it! I plan on using the service once the x299's are released, assuming they are going to go in that direction.
 

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Bear in mind, if you try to order a gaming or enthusiast grade pre-built PC from, say, Dell, they want to charge you double the price of just buying parts off the shelf and building it yourself. So if a good machine would otherwise cost you $1000, for example, now it would cost $2000. $1350 is a middle of the road compromise where they'll give you an extended warranty and build it for you. So, I can see where their angle is.
 
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