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  • This is my rig, there are many like them but this one yet this one is mine thumbnail

    This is my rig, there are many like... This is my rig, there are many like them but this one yet this one is mine

    I work, study, and game with my rig. If I can run Doom Eternal in 4k, then it's going to have enough resources for... I work, study, and game with my rig. If I can run Doom Eternal in 4k, then it's going to have enough resources for everything else I intend to do. Most of the components were purchased from Microcenter at one time. If they weren't from MicroCenter it's only because it wasn't available. Both displays were purchased from MicroCenter. The LG C9 being my main monitor was recently picked up very recently, the 42 inch secondary vertical display was purchased a while ago from the same MicroCenter that I’ve gone to for over a decade and a half! The case you see is SilverStone RVZ03, I replaced the RGB's from 12v non-addressable to 5v addressable RGB going into a Corsair Commander Pro. I put some diffusion paper in the front part of the case so the lights in front don’t fry my retinas when in the dark. Stock, it was just a strip in the front, with some work I have that running in the top and the bottom. Added some red paint to the sides in front and cut out a hole for a type C port going into that Gen 2 header on my board. Due to the compact nature of the case, cable management is done on a best-effort basis. I gotta give a shout-out for my pal over at jmmods.com for the frosted acrylic fan grills. Recent upgrade from a solid acrylic recently which looked good as well. That 120mm grill you see in the pics is over my i7 8700k, below that is one of 3 Corsair LL120 fans. Despite the tight clearance of 83mm, the Cryorig C7 cooler being 47mm + 25mm for the fan leaves me just 9mm of clearance. The remaining two fans are over my RTX2070. The RGB’s in the center of all 3 Corsair LL120’s are used to monitor CPU and GPU temp. The motherboard (Asus Z370-i) was originally purchased at MicroCenter yet had to be RMA'ed. Good guy ASUS came through on this trouble ticket and sent me their Z390-i as a replacement. I was shocked, elated, flabbergasted, and despite how hard I looked I could not find a reason to object. Especially after I confirmed that it worked. I could go on about what motivated the purchase for each individual part, yet I don’t have enough available characters in this form to do so. Most recent upgrade is the WD SN750 1TB upgrade. It was a necessary jump from my original 256GB NVME stick, the same day I also upgraded to a 32GB kit to a Corsair Vengance LPX DDR4 3200 RAM originally 16GB because MicroCenter had a sick deal going on! In terms of my regrets relating to my rig is the lack of an i9 9900k coupled along with my lack of knowledge of CAD and 3d printing. In order to water cool this system somethings will have to be cut. Many things would have to be cut to be honest. At that point an AIO is not practical and a custom loop would be preferable. I’d prefer custom length cables from my Enermax 650 Revolution SFX power supply. I started by adding a pair of external fitting adapters on the back of the case because I am serious about a custom water-cooling solution. Getting from Point A to Point B is a task in of itself. In the timeline where I have this knowledge and tools: I want to rebuild the base for two purposes, to make it more sturdy and to accommodate a distribution plate, drainage port, pump, radiator, and 360mm radiator and fans to properly water cool this machine at the bottom. For the time being with it being airflow-centric it gets the job done. If I have to re-design a portion of my case to accommodate water cooling in the way I want, I may as well get an adapter to utilize the available PCIE lane on the back of the board to add an additional card like maybe a capture card.
    $2,277.99
    Good times
  • The Loink thumbnail

    The Loink The Loink

    I built it to run all my creative tools and also to play crysis, plan to major in computer engineering and have been... I built it to run all my creative tools and also to play crysis, plan to major in computer engineering and have been building this up for a while now, so far micro has been my best friend.
    $1,879.85
    Chris61201
  • Wik3d thumbnail

    Wik3d Wik3d

    Gaming glory Gaming glory
    $3,440.90
    Wik3d
  • The view thumbnail

    The view The view

    Hey Everyone,My build was created to game and do work. It was the last piece missing from my man cave. I wanted a clean... Hey Everyone, My build was created to game and do work. It was the last piece missing from my man cave. I wanted a clean build but powerful at the same time. I set the build up with dual 1440p ultrawide 100hz viewsonic monitors and an extra long hdmi to my 75” Samsung tv that is connected to my surround system via arc to the marantz receiver. This setup allows me to game at my desk or kick back on the couch with a controller. I also got a oculus quest with oculus link to play beat saber and Half Life Alyx!! I chose a EVGA 2080ti FTW3 ultra Oc to power all the monitors and TVs. I have made so many trips to microcenter during the building process I have become a regular and familiar with most of the associates at the St David’s location, btw they all rock! The complete specs are below: CPU: Ryzen 3600x Cooler: wraith prism GPU: evga 2080ti ftw3 ultra Oc RAM: trident z neo 3600 cl 16, 32gb Storage: nvme pcie 4.0 1tb, nvme pcie 3.0 1tb, seagate hdd 3tb 7200 Case: NZXT h710i VR: oculus quest connected via oculus link Monitors: 2x Viewsonic xg350r-c 1440p ultrawide, Samsung 75” 4K 7series Sound system: marantz 6008 receiver, dual mono block amps for front towers. Polk audio ls90 speakers with ls70 surrounds
    $4,952.93
    Patrick M
  • NZXT Black and Red Mini ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    NZXT Black and Red Mini ITX Gaming PC NZXT Black and Red Mini ITX Gaming PC

    I built this PC about a year ago. I knew I wanted to build a Mini ITX PC so I could fit it on my desk with no space issues... I built this PC about a year ago. I knew I wanted to build a Mini ITX PC so I could fit it on my desk with no space issues that can handle any game or AAA title at 1440p with headroom for a couple years. I mostly play Modern Warfare, Battlefront 2, Halo and Total War games, with some single player games like Tomb Raider, Witcher 3, Civ 6 and Bannerlord. NZXT's H200 was perfect for the look, color scheme and size I wanted with the support for water cooling. Keeping an NZXT theme with my cooling solutions appealed to me to keep looks clean and consistent. I had an rgb strip laying around so I placed it below the PSU shroud to shine up through the perforations which gave off a nice underglow to the GPU. Noise reduction was a main focus of mine since I wanted to keep the PC on my desk. I managed to pick up Chromax slim fans from Noctua for cooling for more space inside and quieter operation. I decided to water cool both my GPU and CPU, each with their own 120mm AIO. I went with the NZXT Kraken M22 for the cpu. For my GPU, I used an NZXT G12 paired with a Corsair H55. Space between the GPU and radiator was close so I used a Noctua slim fan for a better fit. On the back side, cable management was tough, but with the limited space I made the best of it. I wanted to make sure the front side looked clean and having a smaller power supply saved much needed space with tucking away all the excess length of cables around the PSU. Overall I'm proud with what I've collected and build. I may upgrade my CPU and Motherboard or consider a full custom loop further down the road.
    $1,522.82
    Duncan F
  • NZXT Elite thumbnail

    NZXT Elite NZXT Elite

    New gaming Bluild New gaming Bluild
    $1,583.92
    Wavy B
  • 90's Turquoise and Purple thumbnail

    90's Turquoise and Purple 90's Turquoise and Purple

    This rig was my switch from Intel to AMD, i had a prebuilt from microcenter that i got way back in 2017 and one day i... This rig was my switch from Intel to AMD, i had a prebuilt from microcenter that i got way back in 2017 and one day i decided to upgrade from my old i5 to a brand new i7 9700k and one of the employees totally changed my mind, he showed me that the price of the cpu by itself would be enough to buy a new better quality motherboard and a new Ryzen processor superior than the I7 i wanted to get, that's a woosh, turns out i was finally making the switch but everyone knows pc upgrading is a dangerous practice and i ended up building something entirely new. I wasn't able to put my graphics card since it's a old GTX 1060 6GB by EVGA but that's what i'm rocking now, hopefully if i win the contest i will use the gift card to make an upgrade on that.
    $867.91
    Caio G
  • Purple Oil thumbnail

    Purple Oil Purple Oil

    First rig I have put together in about 10 year, and first AMD build ever. Created mainly for daily work, but became my... First rig I have put together in about 10 year, and first AMD build ever. Created mainly for daily work, but became my gaming rig. Originally designed for performance, then quickly spiraled into aesthetics and so on. After multiple trips to Microcenter for parts and upgrades along the way, finally came to a set up I am happy with for 1440p gaming and running virtual machines for development.
    $1,967.86
    Summarit K
  • Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge thumbnail

    Austin Evans - Third Person Build... Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge

    This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom... This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom backpack setup with a drone racing VR headset and a GoPro camera to see himself in third-person! Because the camera is shoulder-mounted, it is a bit unsteady, which adds to the difficulty of assembling this PC. If you're going to build a new PC, we'd recommend trying it first-person before you level up your difficulty like this! These parts were chosen to give Austin the best chance for success. Do you think he succeeded? What do you find most difficult about building your own custom PC? Check out his video below to see if Austin was able to complete this build in third-person! To see the full video visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRLIs76-C7M
    $1,177.91
    Micro Center
  • My Gaming Computer thumbnail

    My Gaming Computer My Gaming Computer

    I built my computer for gaming and for youtube stream and video production. I run my youtube channel: Matthewtrains and i... I built my computer for gaming and for youtube stream and video production. I run my youtube channel: Matthewtrains and i plan to upgrade my CPU in the future if i can afford it. This was also my first ever computer built and it worked on my first try.
    $1,740.44
    Matthew S
  • Evolv thumbnail

    Evolv Evolv

    This was my first ever ground up build as I've only ever modified or reassembled prebuilts before, I originally aquired all... This was my first ever ground up build as I've only ever modified or reassembled prebuilts before, I originally aquired all the parts and air cooled for a few months to make sure all parts worked properly before I changed to watercooling. I had never done any water cooling before other than adding an AIO to my previous Alienware PC, but I decided to jump into the deep and and do freehand hard-line only (except for my drain tube which you can see bending down into the PSU shroud in the bottom right corner- tip to get those bends, use a heat gun like you would on hard line cooling and it will hold the shape without kinking). My Ryzen 2700x is overclocked to a stable 4 GHz, and I plan on upgrading to a 4000 series CPU when they come out. The rad in the front is a 420 mm (nice) radiator from EKWB, the reservoir and CPU monoblock are also from EKWB. Tubing and fittings are from Corsair, and the GPU waterblock is from Phanteks to match the aesthetic of the case. All RGB except for the PSU is aRGB, and the PSU RGB is controlled by the motherboard so it all syncs up and doesn't look out of place in any animations due to how small the area is that is lit by it. The fans are all Phanteks 140mm units, I added one to the three that came with the case as the white blades work well with the RGB, and they are static pressure optimized for the radiator. The cable extensions are just a black and white set from Asiahorse that I bought on Amazon, very high quality and more affordable than CableMod. I dual-boot Manjaro and Windows 10 on this machine, and mostly use it for gaming, with 3440x1440 as my primary resolution, with a secondary 4K monitor.
    $3,709.95
    Dalton W
  • Echo thumbnail

    Echo Echo

    I built this computer realizing that my old computer had seen the end of it's life performance wise. I researched and went... I built this computer realizing that my old computer had seen the end of it's life performance wise. I researched and went through a couple different iterations of the build, but am happy about how everything turned out.
    $1,663.92
    ryan g
  • Going Live thumbnail

    Going Live Going Live

    This system was built with streaming in mind, but also reducing the footprint of the space taken up by the desktop. Things I... This system was built with streaming in mind, but also reducing the footprint of the space taken up by the desktop. Things I was looking for in this build. Small Size Powerfull Hardward Decent bling under 1500$ I was able to get all of that at 1200$ I manage to pick up the graphics card and board for 450$, the Case and PSU at 120$, the Processor at 315, The hard drives & Memory at 170$, and lastly 80$ on CPU cooler and fans. The main game streamed on the computer GTA-V but that was a easy requirement. I wanted to make sure games like Cyberpunk 2077 would be playable with RTX at reasonable 1080P settings. the system over all is very enjoyable.
    $1,388.91
    AGT T
  • Gaming PC thumbnail

    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    I want in enthusiast level gaming performance at 1440p and achieve 144 FPS I want in enthusiast level gaming performance at 1440p and achieve 144 FPS
    $2,124.93
    Kevin M
  • L2-D2 thumbnail

    L2-D2 L2-D2

    This is my gaming HTPC for the living room This is my gaming HTPC for the living room
    $2,046.16
    Zachariah L
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    Retroline Retroline

    General multiplayer games, COD, Battlefield, CSGO, valorant. With decent use of video editing, light room and photoshop. General multiplayer games, COD, Battlefield, CSGO, valorant. With decent use of video editing, light room and photoshop.
    $2,637.88
    Neonz
  • TMC - THE MARATHON CONTINUES thumbnail

    TMC - THE MARATHON CONTINUES TMC - THE MARATHON CONTINUES

    I BUILT THIS COMPUTER MOSTLY FOR GAMING. I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING NFS HEAT, HALO COLLECTION, GTA5 AND ASSASSINS CREED. I... I BUILT THIS COMPUTER MOSTLY FOR GAMING. I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING NFS HEAT, HALO COLLECTION, GTA5 AND ASSASSINS CREED. I RECENTLY UPGRADED AND I HAVE NOT THOUGHT ABOUT WHAT I WANT TO DO IN THE FUTURE.
    $5,261.91
    AHOIST
  • aespiritux570 thumbnail

    aespiritux570 aespiritux570

    This build was the most expensive and up to date PC I've ever built Using AMD Ryzen 7 3700x running at 4.5 Ghz, 32 GB 3000... This build was the most expensive and up to date PC I've ever built Using AMD Ryzen 7 3700x running at 4.5 Ghz, 32 GB 3000 MHz G-skill trident Z RAM with a an MB of ROG Strix X570 E- Gaming, AIO cooler is Cougar Helor 360mm, PC Case is Cougar Conquer, OS Drive Corsair MP 600 500GB PCIe Gen 4 SSD m.n NVMe, 3 TB HDD for data storage. Build this PC from the ground up.
    $1,377.13
    aqe040466
  • Nhojjy-White/Black Theme with Pink/Purple Lights Johnny R7 3700X, B450-F, 1070, 32GB 3200, Z63 AIO thumbnail

    Nhojjy-White/Black Theme with... Nhojjy-White/Black Theme with Pink/Purple Lights Johnny R7 3700X, B450-F, 1070, 32GB 3200, Z63 AIO

    First PC build designed for a mixture of gaming/streaming (League/OSU/games with friends nothing too intensive) and for... First PC build designed for a mixture of gaming/streaming (League/OSU/games with friends nothing too intensive) and for school work. Should have probably went with a Ryzen 5 3600 and 16GB of ram so I could have spent more money on a better GPU (like a 2060 super), but I decided to stick with a 1070 I got for a good price and impulse bought the 3700x ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    $1,497.45
    Johnny12356
  • Major Xbox Upgrade! thumbnail

    Major Xbox Upgrade! Major Xbox Upgrade!

    I built my computer because I have a lot of friends that play on PC and I wanted to be able to play with them, plus I wanted... I built my computer because I have a lot of friends that play on PC and I wanted to be able to play with them, plus I wanted to play VR and I have the Oculus quest and with the Oculus link I get the far superior performance of PC VR and I just love it. This is a vary new build and the games that i have bin playing on it are Destiny 2, league of legends, and a lot of beat saber.
    $1,213.92
    Ethan G
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    TIFFANY TIFFANY

    Multi purpose for after hour gaming and my main workstation. I've been doing IT for 10+ years now and enjoy having this eye... Multi purpose for after hour gaming and my main workstation. I've been doing IT for 10+ years now and enjoy having this eye candy around.
    $1,989.93
    vesna S
  • Mr. Bob thumbnail

    Mr. Bob Mr. Bob

    -This is my really first pc build.-The name is Mr. Bob-I really wish to win this contest because I want to get pc accesories... -This is my really first pc build. -The name is Mr. Bob -I really wish to win this contest because I want to get pc accesories that I wasn't able to get since Mr. Bob took a lot of money. -Mr. Bob and I wish tht we win this wonderful contest:)
    $957.96
    Muhammad R
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    Little White Wolf Little White Wolf

    This is my second build and the first I made for myself. It is a budget build for my home use; I do a lot of sound producing... This is my second build and the first I made for myself. It is a budget build for my home use; I do a lot of sound producing for work and my studio system packs some power but it is a Mac, still. I wanted to be able to do some light gaming, also do some work like sound and video editing, some light graphic design, lots of proof reading for commercial spots and lately lots of video conferencing. I use a TV as a monitor, it is full HD and 60 Hz so it is what I need. This system is my personal rig and it's located on my bedroom so I also use it as a media hub. As this was gonna go in my bedroom I took the design very much into consideration and I put a lot of thought in to it when I was figuring out my budget for this build. The White LED Fans and the back RGBW LED on the TV make the whole work space feel on the same page. Even with the white LED Fans not being able to change colors, the other colors on my Logitech keyboard and the TV's Backlight make everything pop. I started building this system gradually. That last piece that came in was the GPU, I started with my old GTX 740 from my old system to start using it and upgraded it to my GTX 1650 as soon as I could, I have it paired with a Ryzen 5 2600. It is a budgewt system, but fairly powerful. I still think I have two weak links on which compromises were made, which are my A320m Motherboard and the 450W EVGA power supply. They limit how much I can upgrade this system so I'm looking to first get the motherboard as I get ready for a Ryzen 4000 Series upgrade also the Power supply has to go If I'm getting a better GPU so I'm thinking on swapping both on the same run. Love the Micro ATX format on my motherboard, I paired it with the Yeyian case I got in Mexico as I come back and forth from TX to Monterrey and I love how it sits on my desk. It is a budget case but I love the looks. I had an issue with my gigabyte Motherboard and my case as I wasn't able to get the front USB 3.0 working, and after a chipset driver upgrade, bios upgrade and looking for solutions, I figured It was either an issue with the motherboard or the case header, so I let it go and I'll wait for the next upgrade. This first build just made me want to spend more time and money on my set up which I'm very much looking forward to do.
    $609.95
    Kevin A
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    Alphakilo88 Alphakilo88

    Gaming rig, mostly play first person shooters. Things I would like to change or add are the new Lian li RGB fans that will... Gaming rig, mostly play first person shooters. Things I would like to change or add are the new Lian li RGB fans that will be coming out in the near future. Also if money was not an issue a better GPU.
    $1,492.41
    alexander k