About This Game
Build your very own PC empire, from simple diagnosis and repairs to bespoke, boutique creations that would be the envy of any enthusiast. With an ever-expanding marketplace full of real-world components you can finally stop dreaming of that ultimate PC and get out there, build it and see how it benchmarks in 3DMark!
PC Building Simulator has already enjoyed viral success with over 650,000+ downloads of its pre-alpha demo and has now been lovingly developed into a fully-fledged simulation to allow you to build the PC of your dreams.
The career mode in PC Building Simulator puts you in charge of your very own PC building and repair business. From your own cozy workshop, you must use all your technical skills to complete the various jobs that come your way.
Customers will provide you with a range of jobs from simple upgrades and repairs to full system builds which you must complete while balancing your books to ensure you are still making a profit!
PC Building Simulator will allow you to experiment with a large selection of accurately modelled, fully licensed parts from your favourite real-world manufacturers.
If money was no object, what would you build?
Build your PC from the case up with your favourite parts and express your building flair by choosing your favourite LED and cabling colors to really make it stand out. Choose from a range of air and water cooling solutions to keep it cool or even go all out with fully customizable water cooling loops! Once your rig is ready to go, turn it on and see how it benchmarks. Not happy with the results? Jump into the bios and try your hand at overclocking to see if you can get better results without breaking anything!
Does building your own PC seem like an impossible task?
PC Building Simulator aims to teach even the most novice PC user how their machine is put together with step-by-step instructions explaining the order parts should be assembled and providing useful information on what each part is and its function.
- OS: Windows 7 or higher
- Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K or AMD Athlon X4 740 (or equivalent)
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GTX 660 (2048 MB) or Radeon R9 285 (2048 MB) – Integrated GPUs may work but are not supported.
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 7 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible
 PC.Building.Simulator.v0.9.0.0.Torrent [1fichier.com]
I was afraid to touch my computer, at all. My friend built it for me. The cables were a mess, my GPU wasn’t screwed in properly, and the thermal paste wasn’t switched in almost 2 years. I played this game for a few hours, and my actual computer was in the game! It took away a lot of the fear I had of messing something up, and I was able to take apart my computer, and clean/fix everything and put it back together. I wouldn’t have done that if it wasn’t for this game really showing me how easy it actually is.
Now I can build PCs on the PC that I built
Fun game. Would like to see
– Custom water cooling
– Cable management
– Physical stores you can visit (For example, MicroCenter)
– More things to do on the OS and your own computer
– More websites to order parts from and sales
– Upgrading/expanding your business (Moving from the small room into a bigger shop where npcs can drop off computers)
Overall this game has a lot going for it and I look forward to seeing what the devs will bring to us.
PLEASE ADD LIQUID COOLING!!
this game would be sweet in vr
Be much better if they added SLI, water cooling and more. Add more pls
It would be SOOO COOL if they added water coolers
Built a 11,000 UsD PC, then realized that I will never afford it.
For what it’s worth it does (at the very least) teach you the rudementary basics, but doesn’t go into advanced techniques, and definitely doesn’t really go into/account for other nifty tricks that you can do whilst building computers, but it’s hell of enjoyable, and the free-build mode at least gives you a little bit of visual splendor. It’s definitely a fun game to pass time with and get more familiar/comfortable around the process that goes into building computers.
If I had one major complaint, it’s how automated a lot of the processes are. A complete newbie isn’t going to know that Item A goes into slot A, etc etc, so having them have to manually plug it in versus it doing it for you would kind of help give them a better sense of direction, and instill a more realistic knowledge into them.
Maybe make it an option in the future that cable management is something they have to do, because as it stands some of these PC’s can look really janky, and that’s just not visually pleasing or efficient in the least.
While not directly stated, I appreciate how the game is willing to go into details about part compatibility from time to time. One of the biggest threats to new PC enthusiast is buying a bunch of parts and not realizing that they’re incompatible with eachother. I’m glad the game takes a bit of time to address this issue, and it does teach them a small bit regarding compatibility.
The Overclocking in this game is a bit wierd, not used to what i’m working with but it does (at least) get the job done for the purpose of explaining what it does, and what sort-of-kinda it’s used for. I lament the poor bastard who turns their clock rates up too damned high and winds up BSOD’ing their PC due to them taking this game’s systems at face value. They should talk about some of the negative consequences of overclock, because this game instills the idea that overclocking = free performance boosts at no real consequence other than possibly BSOD’ing because you put in the wrong values.
Another minor complaint in the music-choice. It gets grating after awhile, so muting the music and putting on some chillhop made it 1,000x more bearable.
It gets a solid 7.5/10, and I would recommend it to people who are brand-new to give them a general idea while maybe taking some time to explain the finer-points with a real-life example. No two PC’s are 100% alike, afterall.