PC builder Acer has announced a new line of PC build kits for gamers and enthusiasts.
The company has announced the launch of two new kits for PC builders: the Nocturne and the Game-Changer.
The new Nocturnes feature an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card and support 4K monitors.
The Game-changer kit features a GTX 1070 Ti graphics chip and supports 4K screens.
Both kits will be available in November.
The two kits come in two flavours: a base kit for those looking for a PC with a low price point and an upgrade kit for gamers looking for the best performance for their budget.
The upgrade kit includes a new Nvidia GeForce 1050 Ti with a 1GB of VRAM and a GeForce GTX 1070 with 1GB VRAM, which is equivalent to the GTX 1080 Ti with 1.6GB VRM.
Acer also announced that it will be bringing back its PC builder software.
It is also announcing the launch date of a new software developer’s kit.
This new kit will allow anyone to create a PC and have it customised to suit their own needs and preferences.
“It’s time to build PC builders with the best features and performance that PC gamers and consumers have come to expect,” said Nico De Luca, chief executive of Acer.
As with other new software, the new kits come with an option for a pre-order and a sale to be announced in November, but they will not be available until December.
For those looking to buy an existing PC for their next build, Acer has also released a list of pre-built PCs.
Acer’s new software is the latest in a long line of innovations in the PC game industry, including the first-ever 4K display for gaming.
With a gaming experience that can take advantage of the latest hardware, a display that is as high-quality as a 1080p screen and an eye-catching design, the PC has always been a gamer’s dream.
There’s no denying the importance of high-performance graphics cards in gaming today, and Acer has gone to the next level with its new offerings.
You can follow the latest news on Acer’s new products at the company’s official site and at its social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter.