EVGA Launches DIY Configurator System Builder Guide
Ron Perillo / 1 week ago
Although known for their video cards and motherboards, EVGA is producing a lot more hardware these days. They have power supplies, cases, coolers, peripherals and more. As their product line continues to expand, they also want to make it easier for their fans to select the right components for a build. While system builders know what works, many more novice users are left unaware. That is why EVGA is launching the new DIY Configurator System Builder guide. It is basically a section on their website which system builders can use to check if the components are compatible. Users create a kit through a simple graphical menu and it automatically cross-checks if it fits.
This compatibility check includes physical compatibility as well. For example, users cannot choose the GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming video card if they picked the EVGA Hadron mini-ITX case. The DIY configurator also informs users whether the power supply is enough to run the entire system.
Discounts Available for Using DIY Configurator
There are other tools that are brand agnostic out there and EVGA knows this. That is why they are offering discounts for users who purchase items exclusively using the DIY configurator. In the sample kit below, up to $315.99 discount is available to the user.
Users can check out the DIY configurator themselves over at: https://www.evga.com/products/diy/