NZXT

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NZXT, Inc.
Private
Industry Computer hardware
Founded 2004
Founder Johnny Hou
Headquarters 13164 E. Temple Ave
City of Industry
California
, United States
Key people
Johnny Hou
Products
Website nzxt.com

NZXT is an American computer hardware manufacturer based in Los Angeles, California. The company is best known for being a major manufacturer of computer cases, components, and accessories for the PC gaming market.[1]

The name NZXT is a corruption of the word "next" in uppercase.

History[edit]

NZXT was founded in 2004 by Johnny Hou. The company's first product was the NZXT Guardian, which was a case featuring a plastic front bezel resembling Transformers toys and lighting effects.[2] Over time, they gradually expanded to other genres of computer hardware,[3] including computer power supplies,[4] computer cooling, and streaming devices.[5][6]

Products[edit]

NZXT sells computer cases, power supplies, cooling products, and LED lighting; marketed towards PC gamers. While their products are designed in Los Angeles, the large-scale manufacturing takes place in plants in China and Taiwan.[citation needed]

BLD[edit]

In 2017, NZXT launched a computer building service called BLD.[7] The service asks about what games would be played on it, budget constraints, and customization options before generating a PC build. The build is sold pre-assembled.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NZXT Switch 810 Full Tower PC Case Review".
  2. ^ Sanghani, Purav (April 5, 2004). "AnandTech | NZXT Guardian". AnandTech. Retrieved March 5, 2015.
  3. ^ "NZXT | PC Hardware Manufacturer - Creators of Crafted Gaming Armor".
  4. ^ "NZXT - PSU Review Database". RealHardTechX.
  5. ^ "AnandTech | NZXT Launches DOKO In-Home Streamer". January 13, 2015.
  6. ^ "NZXT Doko is a $100 PC streaming device for your living room | ZDNet". January 17, 2015.
  7. ^ Mott, Nathaniel (June 6, 2017). "NZXT Will 'BLD' Your Next Gaming PC, For A Price". Tom's Hardware. Retrieved October 7, 2018.