Nvidia's put its name on a DIY kit for those looking to build a modest PC.
Nvidia typically provides the underlying technology for systems makers and enthusiasts to integrate into computers, but the graphics company has unveiled a DIY barebones PC kit for beginner hobbyists.
The GeForce PC kit is an Nvidia-branded computer kit that sets itself apart with a CoolerMaster Elite 334 Nvidia Edition case with a green-tinted window. That part aside, the rest of the system is mostly off-the-shelf items with an Intel Pentium E5300, GeForce 9800 GT, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 500W PSU, 250GB HDD.
Here are the full specs:
The whole package retails for just under $500 from CompUSA or TigerDirect. Interestingly, Nvidia's support page for technical Support, RMA requests, replacements and warranty issues for the GeForce PC Kit directs users to TigerDirect, signaling it as the manufacturer.