Best Computer Toolkits Windows Central 2021
We've been putting together PCs for more than a decade and have a vast wealth of knowledge regarding everything you need to be adequately equipped, including a handy set of tools. Here are some toolkits you should consider buying, whether you're replacing a hard drive or putting together a new build. If you're wondering how to build your own PC, we've also got you covered there.
- From The Pros: iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit
- All You Need: Jakemy Precision Screwdriver Set 33 in 1
- Driving Screws: GANGZHIBAO Precision Repair Kit
- Precision Tools: Kaisi 136 in 1 Electronics Repair Tool Kit
- Kitless: Cremax Magnetic Screwdriver Set
From The Pros: iFixit Pro Tech ToolkitStaff pick
The official toolkit from the professionals who document taking apart different products. You've got the basics right here.
All You Need: Jakemy Precision Screwdriver Set 33 in 1
This basic kit has it all. Magnetic screws, tweezers, thick screwdriver, and hardened 60-65 HRC Chrome Vanadium bits.
Driving Screws: GANGZHIBAO Precision Repair Kit
This is the most barebones kit you'll need. It includes nothing more than a screwdriver, numerous tips, and an anti-static strap.
Precision Tools: Kaisi 136 in 1 Electronics Repair Tool Kit
This Kaisi 136-piece screwdriver kit is excellent for PC work, including all the accessories you'd ever need.
Kitless: Cremax Magnetic Screwdriver Set
Don't need a full kit? No problem. This screwdriver set from Cremax has all the right tools you need for a PC build.
Packing your toolbox
The choice of which toolkit is best for you depends on what you need, how much you have available to spend, and how often you'll take apart hardware. Our recommendation for most PC owners goes to the iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit. It's high-quality, houses plenty of tools, and is available at a budget-friendly price.
Should you want the best of the best, go with the Rosewill 146-piece toolkit. This kit has everything you'll need to tinker around your PC builds, including some optional extras like tape, a flashlight, anti-static tag, and more. You'll need a screwdriver kit to make the process of building your own PC easier.
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