The biggest electronics and computer market in the world is Shenzhen’s SEG E-Market in China. In this tour of SEG in Huaqianbei, we build a weird gaming PC.
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Shenzhen’s SEG E-Market is the biggest computer and electronics mall in the world, housing access to thousands of parts that range from MOSFETs and capacitors to mining machines to drones and gaming PCs. In this video, we tour the Huaqianbei SEG E-Market in Shenzhen, China to build the weirdest gaming PC possible.

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Host, Editorial: Steve Burke
Video: Keegan Gallick, Andrew Coleman

21 Replies to “China PC Build: Weird Computer Part Shopping in SEG E-Market, Shenzhen”

  1. Makes me wonder why they don't have markets like this in north America. I would love to be able to go through a place like this here. Especially here in Canada we could use something like this. It's crazy how hard it actually is to buy oddball stuff because it's just not for sale anywhere.

  2. Next time, you should make a video review those cheap custom watercooling parts on taobao, such as byksk brand, they have full coverd 5700XT water block for only 50$.

  3. It would be really cool if on your next visit you have a plan to have a pcb built out for you. Doesn't have to be some major build but coming away with a custom built working device built custom for you in the markets would be a really cool video

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