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  • My First Build #Bitwit! thumbnail

    My First Build #Bitwit! My First Build #Bitwit!

    So this is the first build I've ever done. I was aiming to do something that would be good for gaming, for light video... So this is the first build I've ever done. I was aiming to do something that would be good for gaming, for light video editing (no 4k or something like that), CAD applications, and that it would be under a reasonable price. Originally I didn't have a CPU cooler (only the included AMD wraith stealth) and a used 8Gb RX580. I was able to upgrade the CPU cooler recently as well as the GPU to an RX6700xt thanks to a friend that was able to snatch one from one of the AMD drops. The main upgrades I would like to do in the future would be the CPU, the CPU cooler, the PSU and maaaaybe the case just because I would like to have the 5950x and I'm not sure if I'll be able to fit a cooler big enough for it inside my case, but so far this PC does everything I need it to do.
    $1,264.37
    Orlando M
  • Plexi-Sauce thumbnail

    Plexi-Sauce Plexi-Sauce

    This is my all-purpose desktop rig. I mainly use it for schoolwork, audio production, light video editing, and some gaming... This is my all-purpose desktop rig. I mainly use it for schoolwork, audio production, light video editing, and some gaming when time allows. As of now it has about 1.5 terabytes of storage, which is filling up quickly. I use an ancient seagate barracuda 7200rpm HDD for mass storage, and I have an NVMe drive that I boot windows from. I don't overclock as I do not have a cpu capable of doing so. The build is meant to be flashy and ridiculous, even if it may be a mess of wires on the inside. I got my cpu and motherboard from my local microcenter when they had a discount on intel's 10th generation lineup. Ended up building a great computer from parts mostly from there, at a fairly decent price.
    $873.94
    Joey S
  • Violet #Bitwit thumbnail

    Violet #Bitwit Violet #Bitwit

    I build computers yearly and love to see how fast of an improvement my computer gets with each part I get. I usually play... I build computers yearly and love to see how fast of an improvement my computer gets with each part I get. I usually play FPS/MMO games such like Valorant, Apex, New World, WoW, Ragnarok, etc.
    $7,184.77
    Ranhyer G
  • Lil Root Beer #Bitwit thumbnail

    Lil Root Beer #Bitwit Lil Root Beer #Bitwit

    Hello! This is a fairly new PC that I made back in October. Before gathering the parts, I would excessively watch YouTube... Hello! This is a fairly new PC that I made back in October. Before gathering the parts, I would excessively watch YouTube videos about PCs (mostly bitwit) because I knew absolutely nothing about computers. After learning the lingo, I was ready to build. It was a long sweaty process to put it together, but it was enjoyable! I wish I could spend more time building PCs because it's like putting a giant puzzle together. The primary purpose of my build was to have a good device to work on my art and play some games. Since 3D requires extra processing, I needed an upgrade from my MacBook pro. I'm also new to gaming, so occasionally, my bf and I would play Left 4 Dead, Resident Evil, Portal, Halo, Sonic, or GTA when we have time off. Admittedly, I'll also play Fortnite with my family. As for future upgrades, it would be nice to have more fans to cool the PC more, and maybe some extra ram too. One thing that needs a swap is my wifi adapter. Sometimes my computer would randomly disconnect and take a bit of creativity to connect again. An ethernet cable is always better, of course.
    $1,309.22
    Dennis A
  • Digital Habit #Bitwit thumbnail

    Digital Habit #Bitwit Digital Habit #Bitwit

    I made this build to get back into 3d animation, which is something I haven't been able to do for a long time due to the... I made this build to get back into 3d animation, which is something I haven't been able to do for a long time due to the lack of decent computer. What spurred on the build was winning the i9-10900K from Intel and LMG for their LTX Gold Sample giveaway. I have been slowly re learning 3d animation with it but also enjoy some gaming, I mainly play Gears 5, but also Minecraft, and Rise of the Tomb Raider. I do plan to double the RAM and I wish I would have looked into the cooler a little more, the 240R is a little small for my i9-10900K, the temps are fine when left stock but I would like to overclock it and as soon as I do the temps go through the roof and I thermal throttle almost instantly. I was lucky enough to be able to get a 3070 right before the prices became unbelievably high but if the market were normal at the time I would have liked to get either a 3080 or ideally a 3090 since more VRAM is king with 3d applications, but over all I'm not going to complain since at least I was able to get a decent GPU at a decent price. One other thing I would have also done differently had I have known more before hand was I would have gotten an ASUS motherboard specifically for the RGB software it uses, Gigabytes RGB software is VERY limiting and overall feels like they don't really care to make it great, whereas from what I've seen about the ASUS one there are a lot more and better options. I would like to also get the same fans for everywhere because the colours are different enough between the 2 different types of fans I'm using.
    $2,298.93
    Jeremy H
  • Corsair's Dream #Bitwit thumbnail

    Corsair's Dream #Bitwit Corsair's Dream #Bitwit

    This was the first PC I ever built back in July of 2020. I use this PC for gaming, streaming, photoshop, and premiere pro in... This was the first PC I ever built back in July of 2020. I use this PC for gaming, streaming, photoshop, and premiere pro in hopes to actually try to make some money off streaming (My Twitch is PiddleTV). First, let's start off with the gem of the build... My Ryzen 9 3900X. This CPU, although loves to suck power, is a BEAST! Multitasks effortlessly, runs decently cool considering its power draw, and rarely ULTRA FAST. I have it overclocked to 4.4GHz on all 12 cores and could go higher if necessary. Next, perhaps the most underrated part of my build is my motherboard. From ASRock, the B550M Steel Legend is a Budget Badass! Easy overclocking, 2 M.2's, plenty of SATA ports, and great RGB lighting on the board too. This MoBo is by far one of my favorite pieces of my entire build, does everything right and looks beautiful at a discounted rate. Lastly, I originally had bought a Radeon 5700XT from Gigabyte (I do not recommend it), but it artifacted countless times, even after RMA'ing it (Gigabytes support is also very bad I have learned). So after 5ish months, I decided I needed a new one and fortunately, I was able to snag this 3060ti on launch day. Works like a charm... Isn't the fastest in terms of clock speeds, but who cares... the thing tanks all games 4k Ultra @ 90+fps (one monitor active), and when streaming, it runs all games 1080p High @ 144fps (streaming and two active monitors). Presenting what the name of the build is all about... My "Corsair Theme", my build features 32 GB of Corsair Vengeance RGB 3600 MHz RAM. The only issue I have run into with these sticks is that the RGB sometimes does not want to cooperate with Corsair's iCUE software... Don't know why, just is what it is. Besides that, these sticks are fast and reliable, hardware-wise, never a doubt, never an issue. STILL staying on the Corsair Theme, my CPU cooler is the ever-so-popular, H100i RGB Platinum AiO. It's sleek, it's elegant, it's effective, it's everything. Plus I got it at a discount :) Almost done with Corsair... I promise. To power all of this, I am featuring the Corsair RM 750W 80+ Gold PSU. (please comment if you guys feel like this is not enough power). As far as I am concerned, it gets the job done. Super reliable, powerful, and quiet. The last and most apparent Corsair feature of my build is the case. The Corsair Crystal 280X RGB is a popular and beautiful case. When first planning out my PC, I wanted something that was small, beautiful, and easy to build in, and this case hit every wish I could've asked for. There really isn't much else to say about this case, I just let the looks speak for themself. Onto some of the other components of my build: CableMod Custom White and Black Sleeved Cables (Absolutely beautiful) 1TB SSD WD Blue (Durable, quick, cheap) 1TB M.2 NVMe Samsung 970 EVO (lightning-quick) 500GB M.2 NVMe Samsung 970 EVO (see above) Corsair iCUE Commander Pro (Convenient for all my RGB Components) 2 Corsair SP120mm RGB White Fans (Quiet, gentle, stunning) AND LAST, but not least. My Elgato 4k60 Capture Card w/ Playstation 5. These two things were the latest additions to my collection. I waited so long to get my hands on the PS5, I couldn't believe it when I finally snagged one. Runs effortlessly and quietly (a huge contrast to its predecessor, the JetEngine4. Once again... Not much to comment on, I let the hardware do the talking. That finished my PC (and PS5), my build also features: Samsung C27HG70 27" 4k 144Hz Curved Monitor Samsung C24F390 24" 1080p 60Hz Curved Monitor Fifine USB Streaming Microphone Logitech StreamCam Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Cherry MX Speed Silver Corsair DARK CORE RGB PRO SE Wireless Mouse Pecham Desk Mat For being my first build, I definitely made some mistakes along the way... Something I am going to change for my next build, whenever that is, is probably not go with Corsair... I love the company, I own a TON of Corsair products; however, iCUE just isn't cutting it for me, wayyyyyy to many issues and bugs with its software... I have troubleshooted everything, no solutions. I am also considering a new backplate for the 3060ti, so HMU if you all have any suggestions. All-in-all, I loved building it and putting it together, it brought me so much joy in the middle of an event where joy was not easily found. I am so glad I am able to be apart of this community and love for y'all to give me some feedback on my build so I can continue to improve this beaut. Thanks again and best of luck to everyone!!!
    $1,890.89
    Will G
  • Chrome Dome #bitwit thumbnail

    Chrome Dome #bitwit Chrome Dome #bitwit

    3 years and 4 iterations later (as seen in the last few photos). I don't plan on changing anything for a while after this. I... 3 years and 4 iterations later (as seen in the last few photos). I don't plan on changing anything for a while after this. I chose this case because I liked the unique layout and I knew the watercooling obsession would eventually lead to hardline tubing. So I wanted a cheap case that would force me to be creative with the design and whip out the Dremel for a custom fit. It did not disappoint. I also purchased some cut glass from the hardware store, painted the edge, and mount it using magenetic strips to use as my side panel. The decision to finally go hardline was a used Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Master for $180 and EK's FLT reservoir/pump combo. Everything was bought used or very discounted, except for CPU, fans, and anything regarding watercooling. It was a fun challenge that I am glad is over and thankfully, stayed dry. 3D modeling prior was critical and thanks to every gamer/enthusiast for inspiration! Hope you guys like it and feel free to ask any questions! Primarily used for gaming, general purpose, engineering, and 3D modeling. Specs: Case: Thermaltake Core G3 CPU: Intel i5 9900k 5.1Ghz @ 1.3v delidded w/ liquid metal & copper IHS GPU: MSI RTX 2080 Ventus OC 2.010Ghz @ 1.0V MOBO: Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Master RAM: Team Group Vulcan 4x8gb 3000Mhz PSU: Corsair SF750 Platinum w/ Noctua NF-A9x14 fan swap OS: Samsung 960 Evo 250gb M.2 NVME Games: Silicon Powered 1TB M.2 NVME External: Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8TB Monitor: Pixo PX275h 1440p @ 95hz Cooling: CPU: EK-FB Gigabyte Z270/Z370 Monoblock GPU: EK-FC 2080 Classic Waterblock Rads: EK-CoolStream SE 360 & XSPC TX240 Pump/Res: EK-Quantum FLT 240 DDC PWM Water Temp: Phobya Inline Temp Sensor Intake Fans: 5x Arctic P12 PWM PST w/ Phanteks Lux Halo RGB Exhaust Fans: Noctua NF-A12x15 & 2x Arctic P8 PWM PST EK Fittings w/ 14mm Bitspower Chrome Tubing Temps: Low fan curve for silence. Prime95 & Heaven 4.0 for 60min: CPU 72C | GPU 51C | Water 50C Red Dead Redemption for 60 min: CPU 61C | GPU 48C | Water 43C
    $0.00
    Stoph C
  • IVORY #Bitwit thumbnail

    IVORY #Bitwit IVORY #Bitwit

    After building many PCs for friends and acquaintances over the past 5 years, the itch grew too big and I had to finally... After building many PCs for friends and acquaintances over the past 5 years, the itch grew too big and I had to finally build my own. I most definitely went into debt with my build. Especially considering how the PC hardware market currently is. I'm currently borrowing a friend's monitor until I'm able to buy my own, sadly that won't be possible until I pay off my CC. Nonetheless I'm very happy with my build and very humbled to have found half of these parts. I use my PC for gaming, and potentially streaming in the near future. I currently play most FREE games, such as Rocket League, Apex, Fortnite, Rogue Company, as well as Dead by Daylight. As well as using my PC to study for my A+ certification. Below is my full spec list. Specs: CPU- Ryzen 7 5800x MOBO- Gigabyte Vision D-P RAM- Corsair Vengeance Pro 32gb 8x4 3200Mhz (bcz 3600mhz has worse latency times) Storage- Samsung 980 Pro 500GB M.2 Inland Premium 1TB M.2 GPU- Asus ROG Strix 3080 OC Case- Corsair 5000x RGB White Case Fans- x10 QL120mm White & Corsair Commander Pro AIO- Corsair Elite Capellix H150i White PSU- EVGA 850 80+ Gold PSU Cables-  Custom White Paracord Cables. (Check out https://www.etsy.com/shop/DreambigbyRayMOD)
    $2,564.93
    Ruben C
  • Nirav's PC #Bitwit thumbnail

    Nirav's PC #Bitwit Nirav's PC #Bitwit

    I built my PC originally for Destiny 2 and have since upgraded it for better 1440p high refresh rate gaming. Currently, my... I built my PC originally for Destiny 2 and have since upgraded it for better 1440p high refresh rate gaming. Currently, my primary games have been Genshin Impact, Destiny 2, and the New World Closed Beta. As amazing as the Noctua NH-D15S is, I do want to replace it with a 360 AIO in order to truely vertically mount the GPU. Right now, the 3070 is vertically mounted at an angle under the heatsink as it's the only way it'd fit.
    $2,127.89
    Nirav P
  • #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables thumbnail

    #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables

    I've always wanted to build a PC, especially a watercooled one, so I went all out for my first build! I mainly built it for... I've always wanted to build a PC, especially a watercooled one, so I went all out for my first build! I mainly built it for gaming and VR, but I also want to get into streaming or recording a bit. Currently, my main 5 games are GTA V, Dead By Daylight, Fall Guys, Beat Saber, and Phasmophobia (it's even better in VR).There won't be a need to upgrade most of my parts for at least 5 years, but it is expected to last me 10 years with proper maintenance and partial upgrades around 5 years. I'm sorry Bitwit, I still haven't replaced the PCIe/Motherboard cables with custom ones!! Total cost of everything ended up being close to $6000
    $4,610.90
    Dave T
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    #Bitwit #Bitwit

    This was my first high-end gaming pc that I built for gaming and streaming. It has served me very well but I really need a... This was my first high-end gaming pc that I built for gaming and streaming. It has served me very well but I really need a graphics card upgrade.
    $941.99
    denman d
  • Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get it?)! #BitWit thumbnail

    Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get... Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get it?)! #BitWit

    I use this machine to relax after work, I am a chemical engineer working in aerospace research and it gets very stressful to... I use this machine to relax after work, I am a chemical engineer working in aerospace research and it gets very stressful to say the least! I tried making it as high end as possible: Intel i9 11900K Z590 Vision D RTX 3070 FE (3090 Vision coming in a week!) SN850 1Tb 2 Intel 760p 1Tb Corsair QL Fans Corsair RMX850 Corsair 680X Case Corsair H150i, should've done a H115i to top mount though! I stream on twitch.tv/Ozone510, always on with friends just roasting each other while playing VALORANT or spooky games! I helped each and everyone of my friends build their computers and I scored them each a 3000 series GPU through a lot of hard work and luck, constantly checking all sites, all the time! It's possible everyone. I so far have helped 11 people this year score a GPU at MSRP, or as close as I can get to it! Good luck everyone and have fun!
    $3,939.93
    Omar D
  • Lian-Blue-Li thumbnail

    Lian-Blue-Li Lian-Blue-Li

    I built this rig specifically for gaming (might stream in the future if I get good enough XD) and for school work. The main... I built this rig specifically for gaming (might stream in the future if I get good enough XD) and for school work. The main game I play is Apex Legends (and some minecraft as well :D)It definitely gets the job done; built with a ryzen 5 5600x and a 3070ti FTW3. It took me a lot of time and effort to get these parts, but it was worth it. The only thing that needs upgraded now is my desk lol. I just bought supplies from Lowes to fully complete the setup.
    $2,063.85
    Grant H
  • Vader #Bitwit thumbnail

    Vader #Bitwit Vader #Bitwit

    I built this rig as my “workstation during the day, gaming rig at night” type of computer. I do CAD design work with... I built this rig as my “workstation during the day, gaming rig at night” type of computer. I do CAD design work with programs such as Autodesk Inventor Professional, and FEA product simulation with Inventor Nastran In-CAD. As well, I setup scenes and perform renders using Keyshot 9. On the gaming side of things, I main GTA 5, Watch Dogs Legions, Modern Warfare, Minecraft with shaders, and will main in the future Far Cry 6. These games run at a stable 60 fps @1080p native resolution with my current graphics card. I’m also extremely into flight simulators, and I currently main msfs2020. With this “game”, my graphics card is able to output 20-30 fps with high settings @1080p native resolution.
    $1,201.47
    Charles H
  • #Bitwit - Monolith, the rackable unassuming black box thumbnail

    #Bitwit - Monolith, the rackable... #Bitwit - Monolith, the rackable unassuming black box

    What for:-Must game-Be good at 3D stuff / music / render / 2D art (basically a do everything workstation)-Take advantage of... What for: -Must game -Be good at 3D stuff / music / render / 2D art (basically a do everything workstation) -Take advantage of the resources available my server rack (storage and render servers, 10gbps, large storage arrays with SSD cache) by having both NIC, CPU and storage be speedy bois, to have the data move fast. I went for an old Solarflare 10gbps SFP+ NIC, pretty happy of that choice. Constraints: -Must fit into a 4u rack case -Must have hotswap drive bays, because I'm the tech-person a lot of people go to to fix their stuff -Must be shushy, because my place's small, and I sleep less than 6 feet away from my rack, and I want to be able to sleep whilst it renders/encodes/whatev, and also because it would also be my movie-watching computer -And I >thought>The case work Aaaand I picked the INTER-TECH IPC 4U-4088-S, and just 1 week after I was able to score a way deeper rack, so I could have gone for a way deeper case. SHOOT I knew right from the start that I would have to pull out the Dremel to get the stock 3.5" drive cages out of the front support, because my GPU wouldn't fit. I ended up having to also shave off the lips of the main back support because of the height of said GPU. >>CPU cooling conundrum Then it was obvious that in its temporary shape, my computer was chocking a bit. I wanted to go for the Alpenfoehn Atlas, which was literally the best Air Cooler that could fit in that case, but at the time availability was a no-go, ordered it from 5 different places in 3 different countries, they all one after the other refunded me after saying it wasn't in stock, despite what their site was stating. Basically spent a couple of months on the stock Wraith Prism. So that's when I decided to go for a custom loop in a cramped case in a rack. >>Banterfluid Started from an Alphacool Eisbaer AIO kit and some extra tubbing to basically combine a dense exhaust rad of 2x80mm with 40mm of thickness to soak and endure most of the CPU heat, followed by a dense but push-pull intake rad of 1x120mm by 45mm of thickness to cool the water as much as possible before it goes back to the CPU, without dumping too much heat into the case. Issue encountered? The back rad was 1.5mm too tall (half a mm to the gpu, 1mm to the PSU). My solution? Oh it's a full copper rad... it's JUST copper... copper is kind of soft... LET'S HAMMER ITS END CHAMBERS... it worked. Not recommended though. That full copper loop worked out fast the CPU heating issues. >>More woosh please. The Evercool HD-AR-R Armor allowed me also to take advantage of the 2 free 5.25 bays I had under the SilverStone SST-FP510 to add a second intake fan, a 80mm one, also filtered, which lowered RAM and VRM temps. >>MORE WOOSH please. But I still had an issue. The GPU was dumping too much heat inside, and wasn't getting enough fresh air from the intake rad. The solution? I knew the left side of my rack was to be just covered by a panel (or piece of cardboard), and that I wouldn't mind cutting into it... so all I had to do was to make a second intake on the side of the case (bottom if held up right like a traditional case) to blow air directly to the GPU. Dremel, metal-dust trashbag protection and magnets (because couldn't be arsed to unbuild the full computer, or to even pull it out the rack), a drill and a dremel later, and that was a done deal! PSA: don't be lazy like me though, I'm not an example of component safety. Also it was very dirty, I had no metal bits on hand, and did it with wood bits. Not recommended.
    $3,570.11
    Sheelyuu
  • The Flutz Pc #Bitwit thumbnail

    The Flutz Pc #Bitwit The Flutz Pc #Bitwit

    I began this build at Micro Center, around a year ago actually, and it looked a lot different. It was my first time building... I began this build at Micro Center, around a year ago actually, and it looked a lot different. It was my first time building a computer and i had so much fun that I started to get all of my friends to also build theirs, and I helped them and now I build computers at least 2-3 times a month. My computer has been in the upgrading process since then though, and I have gone from a 3600 to a 5600x and a 1660 super to a 3070. It is not over though, I plan to soon make a custom loop build as soon as I can scrap up the money for it. My actual setup is getting along pretty well too, though once I move I plan to have my monitors stacked rather than side by side. I am highly inspired by Bitwit with my setup and wish I could make a wall mounted/custom looped pc as well in the future.
    $2,420.91
    Guy G
  • Psycho Banshee thumbnail

    Psycho Banshee Psycho Banshee

    Upgraded from my first PC prebuilt rig in 2008, the CPU i7-940 stopped working in 2018. Purchased a z390 motherboard with... Upgraded from my first PC prebuilt rig in 2008, the CPU i7-940 stopped working in 2018. Purchased a z390 motherboard with the i7-8700K (before the 9th gen came out) and 32Gb 3200Hz RAM. I also got lucky and my hands on a 1080Ti during the whole crypo mining craze. I have slowly made upgrades to the PC and modified some parts over time. 1. Upgraded air cooled CPU CoolerMaster Evo 212 to a AIO Corsair H60 as well as converted the stock EVGA 1080Ti to AIO with the NZXT Kraken G12 paired with the Corsair H55 -Temps were great with the push pull radiator config at the front of the case! CPU idled at ~26C while the GPU idled at ~35C. -Yes its possible to fit two 120mm radiators in the front. Only one or two screws will be used to hold it in place (it might not be straight but it works) 2. Modded RAM heatsinks - Stock G.Skill Ripjaws V with EZDIY-FAB RGB kit -Replaced my Arctic P12 fans for Corsair LL120 fans (3fan kit with controller + 2 more) 3. 2021 - Upgraded GPU to Zotac 3080ti AMP HOLO -Modded case with Phanteks Vertical GPU Kit -Accessorized GPU power cables with Lian Li Strimer Plus (8+8) kit -Accessorized Motherboard 24pin power cable with Lian Li Stimer Plus (24) kit -Upgraded AIO Corsair H60 to Lian Li Galahad 240mm -Couldnt fit the GPU with the Push Pull radiator config due to thickness of fans so I got Scythe Slim Kaze RGB fans for the front side of the radiator -Temps for CPU idles at 28C. TLDR: upgraded from a 2008 prebuilt PC in 2018. Computer was built for power not aesthetics. Upgraded PC over time to make it look better. 2021 Scored a 3080Ti and went all out on aesthetics.
    $3,346.05
    TNguyen93
  • Every Corner Cut thumbnail

    Every Corner Cut Every Corner Cut

    Basically, I made almost my entire system except for CPU, GPU's and their GPU blocks, 13 cheapo fans, 2 molex connectors and... Basically, I made almost my entire system except for CPU, GPU's and their GPU blocks, 13 cheapo fans, 2 molex connectors and a few fittings out of second hand / repaired items. The sound system was also repaired, and cost me a fraction of MSRP and I used my car audio hobby to my advantage. Focal Shape 65 were $320 total after repairs and the subwoofer was $40 and cost almost nothing for me to repair. Frequency response is 24Hz-35,000 Hz This build is all about one thing: Price to performance ratio. My 3090 actually costs more than the rest of parts in the pc and my entire living room combined. Took a long time to save up for the new GPU but because of the pandemic, I decided to max out this platform by getting that last part I needed, and now in order to upgrade, I need a whole new platform :D
    $0.00
    CoreyL
  • My Gaming System thumbnail

    My Gaming System My Gaming System

    I built the system to mainly game on but I do use it for general stuff too. I built the system to mainly game on but I do use it for general stuff too.
    $2,659.49
    FlagrantBacon94
  • White thumbnail

    White White

    This was my first build for gaming. I decided to go big. Mostly first person shooters including Warsone and soon... This was my first build for gaming. I decided to go big. Mostly first person shooters including Warsone and soon battlefield! With thenl occasional flight simulator 2020 with full controls.
    $4,401.91
    Patrick R
  • plain pc thumbnail

    plain pc plain pc

    entertainment entertainment
    $1,624.93
    kozak776
  • It could've been good, but the GPU tho!!! thumbnail

    It could've been good, but the GPU... It could've been good, but the GPU tho!!!

    My very first PC, sadly built in the middle of the shortage of GPUs and other various components. Could've been good, sadly... My very first PC, sadly built in the middle of the shortage of GPUs and other various components. Could've been good, sadly needs a better GPU lol.
    $840.97
    Mayson C
  • 6800 before it was cool thumbnail

    6800 before it was cool 6800 before it was cool

    Dual Sapphire Pulse 6800's, Ryzen 5800x, MSI x570 and Corsair for days - airflow case, lots of fans and AIO. 1200W EVGA... Dual Sapphire Pulse 6800's, Ryzen 5800x, MSI x570 and Corsair for days - airflow case, lots of fans and AIO. 1200W EVGA Platinum 1200.The airflow is designed to create a cyclone that is slowly pulled upwards to allow cool air to rise and sit.
    $809.97
    spdracr713
  • ROG AMD Build thumbnail

    ROG AMD Build ROG AMD Build

    I personally built this because I always wanted a computer the way that I wanted to look. Some might say that I'm a ROG... I personally built this because I always wanted a computer the way that I wanted to look. Some might say that I'm a ROG fanboy :)
    $8,174.73
    robert c