PCPartPicker.com Gets Overhauled!

If you enjoy building your own PCs, or have ever thought of building your own PC, things just got a little bit easier. PCPartPicker has recently updated their website to make it more accessible and user friendly while still improving on the site’s performance and content.

PCPartPicker.com is a popular website used as a one stop for finding, organizing, and pricing all of your PC build’s components. The new update includes an aesthetic redesign, an option to categorize parts by popularity and price, and the ability to create your own build guides while viewing, voting, and commenting on other’s created build guides. The site’s update also includes a general performance improvement to part selection, the inclusion of profile avatars, the ability to organize your build guide’s public thumbnails, and the ability to sort between your saved, completed, and personally created build guides.

According to the PCPartPicker’s Blog, they are still not done. The Blog post mentions more updates to come including a tagging system for the build guides.

Visit PCPartPicker.com to view the entirety of the redesign and the new user built build guides.

Source: pcpartpicker.com/blog, Lifehacker.com

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After upgrading from an Atari 2600 to an NES on his seventh birthday, Aaron grew up on old school platformers and classic PC point and click adventure games. An IT professional by day, he freelances design, video editing, and illustration in his free time.