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philip March 11, 2014

One of the most challenging aspects of building a new computer is understanding compatibility restrictions. Will a given motherboard fit in a case? Is the video card too long? Does the power supply have sufficient wattage? PCPartPicker provides these compatibility checks to ensure your components will work together. Over the past few months we have incorporated even more checks to help guide builders during the planning process.

I'm very pleased to announce cooperation with NZXT to integrate the PCPartPicker compatibility checker into NZXT.com. On NZXT product pages, such as the NZXT H440, you can now quickly evaluate compatibility versus any other part in the PCPartPicker database!

NZXT Compatibility Checker

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sSmofiXx 12 points 62 months ago

Nice, Been needing this for a while! Thanks guys at PCPartPicker!

plgdg 1 Build 11 points 62 months ago

Nice! Hopefully this will draw some more traffic to the site - more is always welcome here :)

jacobs4525 1 Build 9 points 62 months ago

Really neat. Wish more companies cared about builders instead of just going EVERYBODY BUY OUR PRODUCTS. From my experience, NZXT is good at putting themselves in the shoes of end users and thinking of what features are helpful. Kudos to them.

Hoki 2 Builds 6 points 62 months ago

Nice, NZXT has some great parts too. I like to see this sort of thing happen. I would like to get the NZXT G10 installed on my GPU, because I hate how loud it gets. There is no place on PCPartPicker where the G10 fits.

philip staff submitter 10 Builds 9 points 62 months ago

The G10 exists in the system, but we're still working out how to present it from a user-interface perspective. With a G10, you could conceivably have more than one closed loop cooler in the system, so then it requires saying what cooler goes with the G10, and what cooler goes with the CPU. Each can have its own compatibility restrictions.

Hoki 2 Builds 2 points 61 months ago

I have been so busy I missed you'r response. I am glad to see this is in the works. Oh and thank you for the response.

Deano_Awesome 1 point 60 months ago

Hey Phillip why is there no taxs and delivery shown on creating a part list In Australia

philip staff submitter 10 Builds 1 point 60 months ago

Tax rates are set in your user preferences, since it can vary from user to user (based on address or other factors). For shipping costs, we show what we can, but not every retailer provides that data.

SilkyZ 1 Build 3 points 62 months ago

When are you guys going to add the Graphics Card Length to the filter BTW?

manirelli staff 8 Builds 3 points 62 months ago
SilkyZ 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago

any way we can use it as a search peramiter? or just filter out cards that are too long? for a case?

manirelli staff 8 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

It auto filters. For example, select the 250D and then filter for 290X. If you turn the compat filter off a whole bunch more show up.

SilkyZ 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago

I think only works some of the time though. I searched compatable cards for a Li Lian tu100 and a Titan showed up...

IDK, maybe its a bug.

manirelli staff 8 Builds 2 points 62 months ago

Are you sure? I just added the TU100 to a parts list and all of the larger cards are greyed out in the filter including the Titan and Titan Black.

aighamdi 3 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

And CPU coolers' heights.

manirelli staff 8 Builds 2 points 62 months ago

Also already in place.

aighamdi 3 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

Yeah I figured it's there after I tried adding a cooler to a build. The function is there but I guess it still needs a lot of populating.

manirelli staff 8 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

All CPU cooler heights are in the system. It is a matter of cases at this point.

SilkyZ 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago

This too!

stnz 1 Build 2 points 62 months ago

Nice guys, keep it up !

gogo809 3 Builds 2 points 62 months ago

Interesting at the very least!

maxbailey 1 Build 2 points 62 months ago

Awesome work! That's so huge! PCPartPicker is in with some of the biggest guys in the industry now!

Loveandpower 2 points 62 months ago

This is pretty neat! Are there plans to do this with other brands?

Wtalk2 2 points 62 months ago

Great work! I know this may be very hard to put together but I would love to see a system implemented into PCPartPicker where users that have been registered for a certain amount of time and a certain amount of comment/build up-votes to be able to add item data to items with missing or incorrect data. This may be really hard to make but I would love to see this and I think it would really add to the helpfulness of PCPartPicker.

linkomega 1 Build 2 points 61 months ago

Hey, I have an idea! Can you guys add laptop parts? I know they aren't very upgradable, but it would be nice to compare laptops. Especially temps, and benchmark scores. Why have another site for that? Why not just have it all on here? For now, I'm just building a PC out of "custom parts" for the laptop build. That'll have to do.

tincan 1 point 62 months ago

Very cool. You guys are doing it right. Nice little tool CHECK! and OOPS! simple. Feels wrong to see other case models in the drop down but that's `nit picking.

josav09 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago

Awesome... It's just awesome

dvs98 1 point 62 months ago

Pretty cool idea hope more companies do this.

hartjo1 1 point 62 months ago

Congrats, guys. This is a big step!

sygram 1 point 62 months ago

The more compatibility info the better. Something else, a little deeper, that would have helped me on my build was mobo, cooler, case compatibility.

winstonofwar 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago


jet95 1 point 62 months ago

That looks amazing! i would love to have that

Hockeymanseven 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago

The h440 is sexy, i wish i had bought that :P

Rustinho 1 point 62 months ago

Excellent addition. It's just a pity that I'm re-using an old case on my current build! lol :)

The_Frozen_Wolf 1 point 62 months ago

Even still, you have to be careful in the long run. My build said that all parts were compatible, but when installing my H100i, the heatsinks on my MSI motherboard left too little space for the fans. So it's always good to check dimensions.

icetorch 1 point 62 months ago

This is great news.

auris 1 point 62 months ago

this is awesome! you guys are doing a fantastic job. you make dreaming about a build so much easier!! keep going! :D

Nuclear101 1 point 61 months ago

Can anyone please help me? I tried checking for the Kraken G10 compatibility with my EVGA GTX 780Ti w/ACX cooler but some of the links show they are compatible but some don't, and they all just say "EVGA GTX 780 TI"

philip staff submitter 10 Builds 1 point 61 months ago

Do you know the part number of your card?

Nuclear101 1 point 61 months ago

Yes, it's EVGA 03G-P4-2884-KR

jmccarble 4 Builds 1 point 61 months ago

This is awesome! I think the compatibility checker should be on every computer parts seller!

SaChizzle 1 point 61 months ago

Would really like if somebody could tell me if this build is good or not,get some advice and help on how to improve my first build


Senior_Steffan 1 Build 1 point 52 months ago

CPU Intel Core i7-4770 3.4GHz Quad-Core (Amazon UK Override) £241.74 CPU Cooler Cooler Master Nepton 280L 122.5 CFM Liquid (Amazon UK Override) £79.98 Motherboard Asus MAXIMUS VII HERO ATX LGA1150 (Amazon UK Override) £192.00 Memory Corsair Vengeance 12GB (3 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 (Amazon UK Override) £127.68 Storage Samsung Spinpoint M9T 2TB 2.5" 5400RPM (Amazon UK Override) £127.87 Video Card EVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB Dual Superclocked ACX (Amazon UK Override) £230.78 Case Corsair 780T ATX Full Tower (Amazon UK Override) £144.95 Power Supply CoolMax 700W ATX12V / EPS12V (Amazon UK Override) £132.12 Optical Drive Asus BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer (Amazon UK Override) £100.00 Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Professional SP1 (OEM) (64-bit) (Amazon UK Override) N/A Sound Card Asus Xonar Essence STX (Amazon UK Override) N/A Case Fan Akasa AK-FN059 83.6 CFM 120mm (Amazon UK Override) £12.60

Are these parts compatible?

johnoskii 1 point 41 months ago

Guys guys!! Please help me! Will my Intel Core i3 540 (1st Gen) @3.06 GHz PCI-e 1.1 fits Nvidia Asus GTX 950 2gb with 4Gb RAM? Please reply :( Because I now only have Nvidia GTS 450 1Gb. And I'm willing to upgrade to GTX 950 wich what I've mentioned. Will it fit? Can I run GTA 5 with high settings at 1080P if I buy?

Denver_2293 1 point 15 months ago

In my opinion NZXT has the best looking pc parts. From the AIOs to the Cases they are absolutely stunning!

Wtalk2 0 points 62 months ago

Will dual PSU support be here soon? I know it's really rare to need 2 but personally I would rather have 2 750W PSU's than 1 huge 1500W one.

EX: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/38Har

PS: Nice to see Fan Controllers on here now :)

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