With such a wide range of PC Components at great prices, whether you’re adding a new lease of life to your existing PC or building an epic Gaming Rig from scratch, Novatech have you covered.
Offering an extensive collection of PC parts ranging from the latest Intel and AMD CPUs, to graphics cards, motherboards, Hard Drives, SSDs, PSUs and much more, you'll be sure to find anything and everything you need.
And with over 20,000 products in stock and ready to ship, you can make Novatech your first stop for all things computing.
If you're not the most confident when it comes to picking the perfect PC parts, be it for performance or compatibility, then let us take care of all the hard work and check out one of our Barebone systems.
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Not everyone buys their PC pre-built, there are enthusiasts who prefer to buy all their Computer Hardware separately and assemble it themselves. Here's our quick guide to the top PC Parts you'll need to be on the look out for.
Most people have already picked their side, but if you haven't, you can choose between any of our GeForce RTX Graphics Cards from NVIDIA, or Radeon Graphics Cards from AMD. NVIDIA have recently launched some of their best Graphics Cards to date with their GeForce RTX 30 Series, including their 3090, 3080 and soon to be released 3070 cards.
Choosing your motherboard is always an important aspect of your PC build, not just for features but the correct socket too. Covering an extensive selection of AMD Motherboards from A320s to X570s, and Intel's B360s to Z490s, you’ll be sure to find the socket you need and the features you want, all in a variety of form factors ranging all the way from E-ATX to Mini ITX.
With Intel’s 10th Gen processors and AMD’s latest Ryzen CPUs and APUs, it really is a great time to be an enthusiast custom PC builder. There’s infinite combinations and possibilities, offering some of the most powerful hardware we’ve seen in the last few years, and here at Novatech, we have it all.
There’s a lot more to be considered with cases than some might at first think. The case you choose can depend on what kind of thermals you’re looking to achieve, the form factors it supports, and even how tidy you want the cable management to be, but one of the most important decisions to be made is arguably the least functional aspect. And that’s aesthetic. At the end of the day, your PC case is what you'll have to see on or under your desk every hour of every day, once your PC is built.
Every brand offers their own unique style; Cooler Master, Phanteks, NZXT, you name them and they’ll have their own individual colour schemes, styles, sizes and so on. But which you choose? Well, that’s up to you.