Tuesday, October 19th 2021

NZXT Announces BLD PC Building Kits

NZXT, a community-driven provider of PC hardware, software, and services today launches BLD Kit - a PC building kit that makes the experience of building a high-performance PC fun and achievable. Each BLD Kit box comes with everything needed to guide users through a PC building adventure— creating an experience perfect for families, first-timers, or for those who want an everything-in-one-place solution to building their own system.

The BLD Kit concept comes from years of user feedback, focus group builds, and a dedication to serving and growing the PC gaming community. Building a computer is a process that may seem daunting at first, but anyone can fall in love with it, with a little help and support. NZXT is also excited to announce that the limited-time NZXT GG sale for NZXT BLD is kicking off now. This 48-hour-only sale will have 10% off all custom PCs, pre-built PCs, and BLD Kits (US only) going from now until October 20th at 11:59pm.
What to expect with a BLD Kit:
  • An extensive guide to building a PC
    • Illustrated guide book
    • Videos tied to each step of the building process
  • One single shipment with all the things that you need
    • All components labeled and compatible
    • Tool kit that gives you what you need to build a PC
    • Order shipped within 48 hours
  • Two systems to choose from
    • Starter Pro is a great entry level system for getting into PC gaming
    • Streamer Plus is perfect for kick starting any streaming career
  • Customer Support & warranty
    • 2-year warranty on all parts for peace-of-mind
    • Chat, emails, and calls available for troubleshooting
Starter Pro:
  • Case: NZXT H510 Compact Mid Tower White/Black Chassis with 2x 120 mm Aer F Case Fans
  • CPU: Intel Core I5-11400F
  • GPU: Gigabyte RTX 3060 TI GAMING OC LHR
  • Motherboard: AsRock B560 Pro4
  • RAM: Team Group T-FORCE VULCAN Z 16 GB (2x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz
  • PSU: Seasonic S12III SSR-550GB3 550 W Bronze
  • Storage: WD Blue SN550 1 TB NVMe SSD
  • CPU Cooler: DeepCool GAMMAXX GTE V2
  • WiFi Card: MSI MS-B905C WIFI Dual Band Wireless PCIE Adapter Card
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home
Streaming Plus:
  • Case: NZXT H510 Compact Mid Tower White/Black Chassis with 2x 120 mm Aer F Case Fans
  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
  • GPU: Gigabyte RTX 3060 TI GAMING OC LHR
  • Motherboard: MSI B550-A PRO
  • RAM: Team Group T-FORCE VULCAN Z 16 GB (2x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz
  • PSU: Seasonic S12III SSR-550GB3 550 W Bronze
  • Storage: WD Blue SN550 1 TB NVMe SSD
  • CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken M22 120 mm Liquid Cooler
  • WiFi Card: MSI MS-B905C WIFI Dual Band Wireless PCIE Adapter Card
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home
Pricing & Availability

The NZXT BLD Starter Pro Kit and Streaming Plus Kit are now available in the US for 1399 USD and 1599 USD respectively.
Source: NZXT
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8 Comments on NZXT Announces BLD PC Building Kits

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
This appears to have a high level of detail for absolute beginners. Heres a video i watched directly (by happenstance) after seeing this thread.
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#2
maxfly
Well at least they come with a decent gpu ;p
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#3
n-ster
Nice concept, hopefully no fire risk because you know NZXT will eff up if there is one. With all the new gamers and computer enthusiasts, this is great
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#4
yotano211
I love the idea, the price isnt too bad also.
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
n-sterNice concept, hopefully no fire risk because you know NZXT will eff up if there is one. With all the new gamers and computer enthusiasts, this is great
Its the best way for NZXT to avoid accountability. If it catches fire - blame the person who bought the kit and built it.
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#6
timta2
This seems like a bad idea to me. There is a certain percentage of the population that doesn't belong anywhere near computer components or anything complicated. I have family members that I wouldn't trust to hold a screwdriver. At least we might get more "what's wrong with my computer guys?" posts here at TPU.
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#7
Vayra86
FreedomEclipseIts the best way for NZXT to avoid accountability. If it catches fire - blame the person who bought the kit and built it.
Its also a way to get GPUs in the hands of gamers, and profit through the hands of NZXT.

The judgment on that could really go either way lol...

Still, encouragement and more marketing push for DIY PC is always positive for all of us.
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#8
InhaleOblivion
Hopefully someone sends this to that one guy from the Verge once they release. :roll::laugh:
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