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Build your dream PC in PC Building Simulator! It’s OK if you have never built a PC yourself before as the game is determined to show you how it is done. There is a huge selection of accurately modeled parts from real manufacturers in the real world so that you can experiment with everything and anything, without having to take cost into consideration. All kinds of LED and cabling decorations are available along with different air and water cooling solutions to ramp up your dream PC. You can also play the career mode to become the owner of your own PC building and repair business. Use your technical knowledge and skills to complete jobs ranging from simple upgrades to full complex system builds.
Build your very own PC empire
Minimum RequirementsOS: Windows 7 or higherProcessor: Intel Core i5-2500K or AMD Athlon X4 740 (or equivalent)Memory: 4 GB RAMGraphics: GeForce GTX 660 (2048 MB) or Radeon R9 285 (2048 MB) - Integrated GPUs may work but are not supported.DirectX: Version 9.0cStorage: 4 GB available spaceSound Card: DirectX compatible
The career mode in PC Building Simulator puts you in charge of your very own PC building and repair business. From your own cozy workshop, you must use all your technical skills to complete the various jobs that come your way.Customers will provide you with a range of jobs from simple upgrades and repairs to full system builds which you must complete while balancing your books to ensure you are still making a profit!PC Building Simulator will allow you to experiment with a large selection of accurately modelled, fully licensed parts from your favourite real-world manufacturers.If money was no object, what would you build?Build your PC from the case up with your favourite parts and express your building flair by choosing your favourite LED and cabling colors to really make it stand out. Choose from a range of air and water cooling solutions to keep it cool or even go all out with fully customizable water cooling loops! Once your rig is ready to go, turn it on and see how it benchmarks. Not happy with the results? Jump into the bios and try your hand at overclocking to see if you can get better results without breaking anything!Does building your own PC seem like an impossible task?PC Building Simulator aims to teach even the most novice PC user how their machine is put together with step-by-step instructions explaining the order parts should be assembled and providing useful information on what each part is and its function.