Tuesday, March 26th 2019

NZXT Announces New Streaming Bundles From BLD

NZXT today announces new streaming bundles for BLD, the easiest way to get into PC gaming, that includes everything needed to stream your favorite games. Alongside a recommended gaming/streaming PC, two streaming kit bundles are available with the essential gear to make your streams look professional while you grind your way to the top.

"We have received numerous requests from our community asking to help make entering the world of streaming easier," says Jared Kim, NZXT's VP of Consumer. "Working with streamers like Ninja, Pokimane, and Courage has given us insight to make this as seamless as possible. That is why we are very excited to bring these bundles out to help aspiring gamers on their journey to be the next big streamer."
The first of two dedicated streaming kits, the Essentials bundle, comes with the required accessories needed to start streaming, such as a dedicated microphone and camera. While the Premium Bundle includes more advanced streaming components like a professional green screen and studio lighting to further elevate the quality of your streaming presentation. Additionally, the recommended streaming build comes pre-installed with Streamlabs OBS so that you have the best streaming software right out-of-the-box.


Essentials Bundle:
  • Blue Snowball
  • Elgato Stream Deck Mini
  • Logitech c922x Pro Stream
  • Streamlabs OBS
Price:
  • Standalone: $199.99
  • With PC: $2697.91
Premium Bundle:
  • Blue Yeti Pro
  • Blue Radius II Shock Mount + Pop Filter
  • Microphone Boom Arm
  • Elgato Stream Deck
  • Elgato Key Light
  • Elgato Green Screen
  • Elgato Game Capture HD60 Pro
  • Logitech c922x Pro Stream
  • Streamlabs OBS
Price:
  • Standalone: $1,099.99
  • With PC: $3597.91
BLD Streaming PC Only Specs:
  • Case: H700 White
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K
  • GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Black Gaming Edition
  • Motherboard: MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
  • Ram: G. Skill TridentZ RGB 16GTB 3600 MHz
  • SSD: Samsung 970 EVO 1TB
  • CPU Cooling: NZXT Kraken X72
  • Software: Windows 10 Home & Streamlabs OBS
  • Price: $2498.91
BLD Features
  • Choose up to 3 games from a selection of the most popular PC games on the market.
  • Specify your desired budget range
  • BLD's unique recommendation engine provides benchmark data for the performance you can expect from your build.
  • Customize and upgrade your build, from various NZXT case options and RGB lighting setups, to finalize your build for the perfect DIY feel.
  • Complete your order and sit back and relax while your custom PC is built within 48 business hours and then shipped.
BLD's Unique Recommendation Engine:
  • Predicts FPS (frames per second) within 10% accuracy to guarantee gaming performance of each custom BLD PC for the games chosen by the user.
  • FPS prediction is calculated from over 10 million, and counting analyzed gaming hours.
BLD's Peace of Mind Services:
NZXT has more than 12 years of experience developing award-winning, high-quality PC components. Every custom BLD gaming PC features:
  • Components made from industry-leading companies with the highest standard of quality.
  • Assembly by highly-trained builders, delivering meticulously crafted gaming PCs.
  • BLD PC built within 2 business days and then shipped.
  • Expert Live Chat feature for real-time help and troubleshooting.
  • Free and easy returns for any systems that do not meet the BLD engine FPS performance guarantee of within 10%.
  • Comprehensive 2-year warranty
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12 Comments on NZXT Announces New Streaming Bundles From BLD

#1
Caring1
Are people really that self obsessed that they think people want to watch them online?
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#2
metalfiber
Caring1, post: 4020398, member: 153156"
Are people really that self obsessed that they think people want to watch them online?
I guess so...which is worse, the person filming themselves or the ones watching? :confused:
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ZoneDymo
metalfiber, post: 4020403, member: 174420"
I guess so...which is worse, the person filming themselves or the ones watching? :confused:
I would say the person on the sideline who has nothing to do with it but is oddly annoyed and frustrated by it.
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#4
Tsukiyomi91
somewhat baffled at the amount of money one has to throw in just to show one's face to the Internet that will either get cringey response or just "meh".
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#5
PanicLake
Thankfully the bundle include a copy of Streamlabs OBS, I was worried I had to get one online for free!
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#6
Caring1
ZoneDymo, post: 4020420, member: 66089"
I would say the person on the sideline who has nothing to do with it but is oddly annoyed and frustrated by it.
Oh so it's like a car crash that holds you up, you know stupid people are involved but they are allowed to share the roads too much to your annoyance.
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#7
Khonjel
Caring1, post: 4020477, member: 153156"
Oh so it's like a car crash that holds you up, you know stupid people are involved but they are allowed to share the roads too much to your annoyance.
Finding something stupid is subjective ultimately. For example I would find you stupid (and detestable) if I hear you snarking on car crash victims beside the crash site.
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#8
yakk
Post a picture of what you're about to eat, stream a game you're playing.

Same idea, it just goes together.
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#9
dj-electric
TPU users are great at showing how little they understand the market of streaming, and how versatile it is today.
:clap:
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#10
Caring1
Khonjel, post: 4020547, member: 154148"
Finding something stupid is subjective ultimately. For example I would find you stupid (and detestable) if I hear you snarking on car crash victims beside the crash site.
Fortunately I don't care about you or your opinion.
People choose to stream, they aren't victims.
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#11
Khonjel
Caring1, post: 4020588, member: 153156"
Fortunately I don't care about you or your opinion.
People choose to stream, they aren't victims.
And I wasn't equating car crash victims to streamers.

Watching streams is just another medium of entertainment. Same way people watch sports or movie, some people watch streams.

Whether to watch human mechanical proficiency and/or strategy of pro or ex-pro players, tournament streams of competitive games, trying to learn the game mechanics by watching other people play either a veteran or a newbie or just generally lounging around with people whose game interests align with yours.

At the end of the day, streaming is more interactive and ultimately engaging for both the viewer and the streamer. And this interactivity with viewers is now leeching off to other media like Netflix's Bandersnatch and Formula E FanBoost from the top of my head.

I'm not some defender of Streaming here. I could care less about any streamer and the only time I watch streams are the nights I'm not fapping to go to sleep. But being disgusted at it just old man's grumble. It's like your sports jock dad being disgusted by you playing video games or building a meticulous water cooled PC.
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#12
Vayra86
Caring1, post: 4020398, member: 153156"
Are people really that self obsessed that they think people want to watch them online?
Yes, its a whole bloody industry by now. Its almost like TV. I think that is the way this will go in the long run.
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