PC Building Simulator now fully on Steam with Nvidia support

February 4, 2019 — by Nikhil "Nagobai" Nagvekar0

Now you can play a game that can simulate building a PC for different use-cases like gaming and content editing

PC Building Simulator

PC building Simulator like any other simulation game simulates the task of building a PC from scratch. Players can build a PC inside their own current PC. The game is now available to buy on Steam and although it can simulate the process of building some high-end desktop PCs, the simulator itself can run on fairly low-end hardware.

Not just that, the developers of PC Building Simulator – The Irregular Corporation – have just partnered with graphics card manufacturer NVIDIA. So the launch edition of PC Building Simulator comes with simulated versions of NVIDIA’s popular GeForce GTX 1080 Ti as well as its brand new RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. Other official partners whose simulated versions of hardware could also be included in the game are AMD, ASUS, Cooler Master, Corsair, EVGA, G.Skill, Gigabyte, Intel, MSI, Razer, ROG, Thermaltake, Zotac and many more. Despite the fact that it’s just a game, the simulator can be an extensively useful tool for planning a real-life PC build before actually getting your hands dirty.

The game was initially launched under the Early access program of Steam in March 2018. However, the game is now fully available with an actual career mode where players can try to make a living by building PCs for their virtual customers. Moreover, the game also features a simulated workshop where players can diagnose and repair hardware. The game could help beginner PC builders learn a lot without much loss of time and money. It would allow them to choose the parts they want, examine them in 3D and then see whether they are compatible with each other. For the veterans, it could help them fiddle with different settings before testing them with in-game benchmarking software.

Source: Polygon



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