NZXT gives you the chance to build, test and win your own gaming PC – Computer – .Plans

Tweakers Partners has teamed up with NZXT, a company that specializes in gaming PCs and their components. We’ve created a cool giveaway where community members can build a PC based on a parts list compiled by NZXT. The best thing about this promotion is that you have a chance to test and then keep the gaming PC you put together.

18 years ago, PC gamer Johnny Hou founded NZXT with the goal of producing computer parts specifically aimed at the DIY PC building community. The company’s first product rolled off the production line in 2004: the NZXT Guardian, a box full of RGB LEDs. Over time, NZXT gradually expanded its offerings to include other categories of hardware, including power supplies, cooling systems, motherboards, and streaming devices. Today you can contact the company for ready-to-use gaming PCs, individual parts and all kinds of peripherals.

The benefits of NZXT

NZXT claims to be powered by real PC gaming enthusiasts. The employees take gaming very seriously and insist on using only the best components manufactured by experts. The components are purchased directly from partners. This way, NZXT can offer competitive prices that change daily, according to the company. All systems and components come with a three-year warranty.

If you visit the NZXT website, you can find pre-assembled PCs, but it is of course better to assemble your own PC. This is possible from a thousand euros, where you can choose all the parts yourself, from the chipset to the motherboard, the housing, the memory and more specific parts with which you can customize your PC. These components are partly well-known brands such as MSI, Intel and AMD, partly components under the NZXT own name. Based on your chosen budget, NZXT puts together a gaming PC that you can customize with every single component, regardless of whether it costs extra per component. With some parts, you can also change the colors to taste.
You can get crazy, especially with the peripherals. NZXT uses its own BLD Configurator, a handy tool that lets you instantly see how your PC and peripherals will look. For example, barebones keyboards are available as a solid base for building a custom keyboard. For example, you can add MX-compatible switches and keyboard buttons to get a custom keyboard. The same goes for customizing your mouse; you can also play with daring color combinations.

Whether the various components are actually as good as NZXT promises, a lucky person can find out for themselves. Especially if you’ve wanted to build a PC for a long time, but never had the time or inspiration to do so, NZXT and Tweakers offer you a great opportunity. We select a member of the community who, via Tweakers, can get the desired gaming PC built by NZXT and then put it through its paces and keep it there afterwards.

Join the NZXT Test Panel and win your very own gaming PC

NZXT allows the Tweakers community to assemble a gaming PC based on a list of parts. One participant will be selected at random from all entries. The lucky person can order their PC on the NZXT website. The parts are used to assemble a gaming PC in Germany. This PC is then sent to the winner, who must thoroughly test the system, describe the ordering process and share his experiences on a number of individual components. The desk will of course remain in place afterwards. In short: The winner gets to keep it, as a thank you for the time and effort put into it.

It is important that the selected winner takes screenshots/screenshots of the online ordering process so that the selected parts and colors are clearly visible. We’re also excited to see where the gaming PC has ended up, so you can show that too with the help of a few nice pictures.

Do you want to win a new gaming PC and write your findings about the assembly, the ordering process and a number of separate components in a review? Sign up via the poll below and complete the component list. Want to miss out on this promotion but are curious about the performance of the components? So share in the comments at the bottom of this article what you would like to read back in the test result.

Want to assemble and review an NZXT system?

Don’t feel like waiting for the results of the poll? You can of course already take a look at all the options for putting together a gaming PC yourself.

Terms and conditions campaigns

  • Your Tweakers account must be active by June 1, 2022.
  • You can participate until June 9, 2022, only via the vote. You can participate in the vote once.
  • The component list associated with the voting must be completed.
  • The winner will be notified by email no later than June 11, 2022. Non-winners will not be notified.
  • The winner will be selected at random. There will be no correspondence about the result.
  • The winner is willing and available to test the product within two weeks of receipt and to publish a comprehensive review in Tweaker’s Pricewatch.
  • Minors may only participate with the prior consent of their parents or guardians.
  • Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash or other goods.
  • Employees of Tweakers and NZXT are excluded from participation.
  • Participants who do not meet the above conditions may be excluded from participation.
  • Complaints can be submitted via complaints@tweakers.net.
  • The values ​​of the components may vary due to daily prices.

This article is not an editorial, but sponsored and made possible thanks to NZXT and Tweakers Partners. This is the department within Tweakers responsible for commercial partnerships, contests and Tweakers events such as meet-ups, Developers Summit, Testfest and more. Click here for an overview of all campaigns and events. If you’d like to share ideas with us about this type of advertising, we’d love to hear from you. You can talk to us about this via [Discussie] Advertising in general].

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