The DIY Configurator tool automatically offers parts that are compatible with each other, which should appeal to DIY beginners as well as gives certain discounts on bundles, which is always a welcome sight. Of course, this does not stop enthusiasts hunting down even better discounts on bundles but those looking for an EVGA hardware, this is a good way to get a great deal.
The tool requires a graphics card, case, and a power supply while motherboard, cooling solution, peripherals and other accessories are an optional purchase, which gives you further discounts.
While it does not offer a whole system, since you'll still need to hunt down the CPU, memory, storage and the monitor elsewhere, it is still a decent start.
We briefly tried it out and it appears that you'll get a 20 percent discount in total, which is not bad at all and we are sure that EVGA will include further discounts and awards for using the DIY configurator.
Update: In the response to the comment from Fredeaf below, the EVGA DIY Configurator is available in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico from EVGA's US website and in most of the Europe from EVGA's EU website.