Newegg offers $ 99 service to assemble your purchased PC parts into a desktop computer


(Credit: Newegg)

Newegg is offering a new PC build service that will take all of the components you purchased from the retailer and assemble them in a finished office.

The service is part of Newegg Custom PC Builder website, which allows you to choose the different components for your desired desktop and purchase them in a package. But previously it was up to the consumer to put the parts together in a working PC.

“While many of Newegg’s tech-savvy customers prefer to build their own PCs, there is a large unaddressed market of customers who prefer to opt for professional assembly,” explains the retailer.

The PC assembly option on the website. (Credit: Newegg)

Therefore, Newegg is adding a new option to the website that will charge you $ 99 to assemble the PC parts into a desktop. The retailer will then ship the finished PC anywhere in the United States.

But wait. Isn’t there a shortage of PC graphics cards? Indeed. Supplies for the latest GPUs remain meager at all major retailers, including Newegg, which has used a controversial lottery scheme to distribute them. Still, you can still use Newegg’s PC assembly service to build a desktop rig, but graphics card options will be limited to whatever it has in stock.

Graphics cards currently listed as available on the Newegg Custom PC Builder website
Graphics cards currently listed as available on the Newegg Custom PC Builder website. (Credit: Newegg)

That means you’ll likely have to settle for an older Nvidia GPU, such as the GTX 1050 Ti or 1660. Or pay an exorbitant price for a current-gen graphics card, which can cost twice the normal cost.

The other limitation is how PC parts purchased from Newegg must originate from the company’s warehouse in California. To find eligible items, you can activate a newly added button on the website called “Need Assembly Service?” “

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Newegg website
(Credit: Newegg)

To assemble the desktops, Newegg uses the company’s in-house PC construction division, ENIAC. Processing time for each assembled PC can take between seven and 10 working days. The ENIAC website has also Remarks the division has sufficient capacity to produce over 1,000 units per day.

Newegg’s PC Assembly Service Beta starts today. “This initial beta phase will generate valuable information and suggestions that will be used to launch the second phase of Newegg’s BTO (build-to-order) service, which will offer more benefits and options, such as laser engraving, to bring more personalization personalization to customer constructions, ”he said.

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