PC Building Simulator Update v0.8.7 – ADATA speeds into the PC Building Sim family and brings with it M.2 support!

Hello PC Builders,

Today we welcome another hardware partner to the game, the addition of ADATA (and its XPG range) to the game brings with it a whole range of high speed DDR4 RAM, super fast SSDs and even faster M.2 SSDs!

That’s right, this update also allows you to add M.2 SSDs to your epic PC builds!
 

Build v0.8.7 Highlights

 

M.2 Support

M.2 SSD drive support means even faster storage solutions are available to supercharge your new PC builds.

 

Controller Support

In this update we have added controller support for a wide range of controllers to greater increase accessibility for PC Building Simulator plus make it easier should you wish to chill out on the sofa to play! Controller buttons can be adjusted via the key bindings screen but there is bound to be a few issues with such a feature so please do report any you find in the usual places!
 

New Parts

XPG SPECTRIX D80 DDR4 RGB

XPG Dazzle DDR4 LED

XPG SPECTRIX D41 DDR4 RGB

XPG SX950U Solid State Drive

XPG GAMMIX S11 M.2 SSD

NZXT N7 Z370

NZXT H700i

NZXT H500

 

Full Patch Notes:

(Career unlock level is in brackets after its name, all parts available in Free Build right away)

  • New RAM: ADATA Premier DDR4 (2), XPG Dazzle DDR4 LED (5), XPG Z1 DDR4 (25), XPG Flame DDR4 (13), SPECTRIX D80 DDR4 RGB (23), SPECTRIX D41 DDR4 RGB (19), SPECTRIX D40 DDR4 RGB (24), XPG GAMMIX D10 (5).
  • New SSDs: ADATA Ultimate SU650 (7), XPG SX950U (8).
  • New M.2 SSDs: XPG GAMMIX S11 (19), XPG SX6000 (12), Patriot Scorch (16).
  • New Cases: NZXT H700i (25), NZXT H500 (24).
  • New Motherboard: NZXT N7 Z370 (24).
  • Added ZOTAC SLI bridge.
  • Added MSI SLI bridge.
  • Added M.2 support to existing motherboards.
  • Added controller support.
  • Key binding screen updated to support controller preferences.
  • Adjusted the UI when using a controller.
  • Added NZXT bios to support the N7 Z370.
  • Added a hotkey to hide the UI: Press U.
  • Updated the inferior part message to show the part type, e.g. CPU, GPU etc.
  • Removed top radiator slot on the NZXT S340 series of cases to match real-life.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause low score 3DMark jobs to be generated.
  • Fixed an issue where random job PCs would get made with no thermal paste.
  • Adjusted the desktop icon spacing to reduce text overlaps.
  • Patriot SSD labels have been rotated around the right way.
  • Adjusted the Vega 56/64 GPU models to smooth out the circuit board that looked a bit like SLI connections.
  • Fixed a cabling issue on the COMOS C700P that caused them to clip through the side panels.
  • Added XPG logo to splash screen.

 

What’s Next?

Steam Trading Cards are nearly ready to release, we are just awaiting approvals from Steam and then they will go live.
We have begun early development work on custom water cooling, this is still very early in the process but we will share more info on this as work progresses. This is the current major feature we are working on but we will continue to release new parts and fix bugs while this development is ongoing.

Happy Building!

The PC Building Simulator Team
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11 Responses to “PC Building Simulator Update v0.8.7 – ADATA speeds into the PC Building Sim family and brings with it M.2 support!”

  1. Andre Kristensen

    Nice work you guys. Can’t wait to start building. And can’t wait for the steam cards either. I however sometimes wish I could afford building theese impressive machines.

  2. John Leutner

    Keep up the good work guys! FYI the EVGA DG77 black and white cases, and Thermaltake View 77 RGB case have full support for liquid cooling reservoirs.

  3. Abolfazl Farmaspy

    Hello . My question is why Asus is not supported . as you can please add asus rog and more . plz add persian (فارسی) in language . green company is good persian company in pc gaming parts means cases and psu and cpu coolers and case fans , as you can add this company’s parts to your archives .Thank you very much

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