After a period in Early Access, PC Building Simulator has officially launched on Steam for $19.99. It’s exactly as it sounds, and includes vendors like NVIDIA, Deepcool, Thermaltake, as well as an extensive list of available options and configurations for players looking to simulate real-world builds as closely as possible. Players can run their own PC repair workshop and take care of everything from simple diagnosis and upgrades to creating custom builds that any gamer would love to own with real-world parts from manufacturing partners such as AMD, ASUS, CORSAIR, Deepcool, EVGA, Fractal Design, GIGABYTE, MSi, NVIDIA, NZXT, Razer, Thermaltake and more, complete with simulation benchmarking software 3DMark. Read more for an in-depth look and additional information.
“The full release brings with it some new parts, most notably a bunch of Nvidia’s graphics cards, including Founders Edition versions of the GeForce GTX 10 series and its newer GeForce RTX lineup. Yes folks, if you want to build a PC with a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti inside but don’t want to pay a king’s ransom to do so, here’s your chance. Obviously it’s not the same thing—these virtual builds can’t run Crysis, or any other game for that matter,” reports PC Gamer.