Award-winning hardware manufacturer, EVGA, Award-winning hardware manufacturer, EVGA, brings its components to PC Building Simulator

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LONDON – 17 January, 2018 – The UK based independent game publisher, The Irregular Corporation, today announced that EVGA has joined the PC Building Simulator project as a partner. EVGA creates high-performance components for PC enthusiasts.


„EVGA is thrilled to be working with the PC Building Simulator developers to allow gamers and enthusiasts to build their dream PC using EVGA hardware.“ said Jacob Freeman, Product Manager at EVGA. “EVGA has been powering PC gaming since 1999 and it is exciting to be included in one!”

The following components will be accurately recreated and available for PC Builder’s to use in the simulation at launch or shortly after:

DG-8 line of cases
Built for the enthusiast with an optimized airflow path that gives you dedicated cooling fans for your graphics cards.

DG-7 line of cases
The DG-7 is a case designed with aesthetics and function in mind, and is the perfect mid-tower solution.

SuperNOVA line of PSUs
These power supplies follow the EVGA tradition of uncompromised power and performance, and are nearly silent.

GeForce 10 family of GPU’s
GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics cards are the most advanced gaming GPUs ever created. They’re driven by the new NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture and the latest technologies to deliver incredible new levels of gaming performance and immersive VR.

The game puts players in the shoes of a PC builder, working within their own shop to create fully functioning gaming PC’s. The game features a large array of detailed and accurately rendered components from motherboards to CPUs that respond just as they would in real life, players have the ability to experiment with the installation of these components while fully animated installations let the players see exactly where each part slots into the computer.

The game provides a tutorial system, which guides players step by step through the PC building process. Using detailed instructions, the simulator explains each component and function and allows players the freedom to preview their own creations and play independently when they feel they are able.

PC Building Simulation will be going into Early Access on March 27th. You can add PC Building Simulator to your wishlist today.

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