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PC Building Simulator


In Career mode, the game puts the player in responsibility of a workshop where they must complete tasks that involve modifying pre-built computers, (e.g. removing viruses, adding new parts) or building a brand new computer to earn in-game cash, which can be spent on purchasing new or used parts (see below). After each completed task, the player earns a certain number of experience points. When a certain amount of experience is reached, the player levels up, unlocking newer and more advanced parts.

Potential requests include virus removal, system upgrade, system fix, overclocking, or building of an entirely new personal computer. Depending on the amount of spending required for each request, the customers often always give the player a substantial profit margin. However, after accepting an order, unfulfilled requests are automatically rejected from returning to the customer, meaning that the player cannot simply conduct cash grab by doing nothing with the PC. As the game advances, timed jobs become more common. Being unable to conduct jobs within the limit will result in the customer revoking their order, having the players waste their money by buying unnecessary parts.

Main requests, such as building, fixing, and upgrading the gaming rigs, are provided by the team manager using the regular Inbox system; athletes will also ask in-depth requests using new Smartphone mechanics.

There are several upgrades that can ease the PC building, such as self-installing motherboard standoff screws. Said upgrades are unlocked by default in Free Build and Esports modes, but must be unlocked and bought in Career mode and are there to aid in speeding up tasks.

PC Building Simulator puts you in control of a small business that specializes in servicing and building PCs. You have a relative that previously ran the operation to the point of failure and you must rebuild its reputation and balance sheet. As you acquire more income and strengthen your reputation as a computer repair wizard, you will gain access to tougher jobs and increasingly higher-tier hardware.

This update introduces over 250 new parts including some of the latest AMD Ryzen processors, and NVIDIA RTX graphics cards. Equally important, it brings a long list of optimisations and new features to enhance the PC building experience.

As you begin your journey in the world of building PCs meant for gaming, you'll come across some cryptic emails with little to no keywords embedded in the body of the text. In this case, you'll want to start your project from scratch. By disassembling the whole PC and adding every part to your inventory, you can identify the broken or damaged parts and make the repairs where applicable.

As a result, it's up to you to get your shop back in order, making enough money from client orders, virus removals and repair jobs to keep the lights on, pay your bills and gradually upgrade your workshop into the PC building dream palace you've envisioned since you first got a whiff of some that sweet, sweet CPU thermal paste.

In its How to Build a PC tutorial mode, each component receives a detailed explanation on what it does and where it fits into the overall PC build, and I could easily envision using this as a template for making sure I'd got each and every last bit screwed in correctly in the right order if I was building a PC for the first time - even if it does let you fling hard disks and CPUs around in your inventory box with worrying abandon.

In this sense, PC Building Simulator often glosses over the hard graft involved in real-world PC building, but the developer's road map for the game shows that some of that physicality is at least on its way. Features like cable management, allowing players to thread their own cables and make their own routes as opposed to having it magically snap into place, and case modding are all in the pipeline, as well as overclocking, water cooling and RAID options. It may not be wholly realistic at times, but as an introduction t

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