nVidia’s GeForce PC Kit

Instead of a fully working Fermi prototype, nVidia’s announced yesterday a new Do-It-Yourself kit simply named ‘GeForce PC Kit’.

It’s main purpose (aside nVidia getting some fresh cashflow) is supposed to be teaching more people how to assemble their own machine.

Don’t expect any fancy parts, though. Here’s what you get in the box:

CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core E5300 @ 2.6GHz
Cooler: GlacialTech Igloo 5058
Motherboard: MSI G31TM-P21
Memory: 2GB DDR2-667 Corsair Value Select
Graphics Card: XFX 9800GT 512MB (most likely using DDR3)
Hard Drive: 3.5″ Seagate Barracuda 250GB SATA2
Optical Drive: LG DVD-RW burner
Power Supply: Ultra LifeTime 500W
Keyboard and Mouse: Microsoft keyboard and mouse
Chassis: CoolerMaster Elite 334 NVIDIA Edition

Included are the standard cables and adapters one can expect to find in such a kit, and some glossy color manuals, making life easier for ordinary users.

As a bonus for giving 500 dollars to nVidia, you also get a limited edition nVidia screwdriver. Oh, the irony… 😉

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