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NZXT expands its custom PC business to France, Italy, Australia, and the Netherlands

NZXT H510 Elite
NZXT H510 Elite (Image credit: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • PC builder NZXT expanded its coverage to include France, Italy, Australia, and the Netherlands today.
  • NZXT sells custom gaming PCs through its NZXT BLD service as well as PC components.
  • Pre-built PCs from companies like NZXT are often a way to get high-end PC parts that are hard to find as standalone products.

NZXT announced today that it's expanded its area of coverage to include France, Italy, Australia, and the Netherlands. With the expansion, millions of people gain access to custom PC builds and PC components sold through the company.

A service called NZXT BLD lets people create gaming PCs with the parts they'd like. It's a more straightforward and hassle-free way to get a custom gaming PC than building one yourself, though you don't get the fun of building your own PC.

In addition to being an easy way to get a custom-built PC, NZXT often has parts in stock that aren't available as standalone items. When GPUs like those from the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series or AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series come out, there's usually a supply set aside for pre-built PC makers like NZXT. There's no guarantee that you'll be able to get a part, but it's worth a look even if parts aren't available on their own.

If you prefer to build your own PC, or if you just need some parts to swap into your current setup, NZXT also sells PC components. The NZXT N7 B550 motherboard and NZXT Kraken Z53 AIO cooler are just a couple of the parts that we've taken a closer look at in reviews. NZXT also sells some of the best PC cases on the market, though the NZXT H1 has ran into several issues.

Sean Endicott
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