Thousands of PC parts from the defunct Artesian builds will be auctioned off

Remaining PC stocks from recently bankrupt PC maker Artesian Builds will be auctioned off tomorrow, including large lots of motherboards, RAM kits, fans, partially built PCs, coolers, CPUs and even a range of graphics cards.

Two lots of PC parts from the company’s locations in California and North Carolina will be sold to the highest bidder via Zoom. Each lot will be sold as a combined purchase, requiring new bids to be placed in increments of $5,000 or more. That means your average PC maker is likely to fall out of the loop. However, other PC makers may well be interested in the supply as the two lots contain pretty much everything they would need to build a PC a lot of of machines.