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  • Powerful Gaming-Editing Build. thumbnail

    Powerful Gaming-Editing Build. Powerful Gaming-Editing Build.

    I build this for my personal use such as gaming and editing. I also use it to render animation videos. I build PCs for fun... I build this for my personal use such as gaming and editing. I also use it to render animation videos. I build PCs for fun and sell them but this one is what I use for myself.
    $2,011.32
    Alex D
  • Winter Build thumbnail

    Winter Build Winter Build

    I built my first computer through Microcenter several years ago, and now was a good time for an upgrade. I originally bought... I built my first computer through Microcenter several years ago, and now was a good time for an upgrade. I originally bought a Asus Dual 1070, the initial single white component of my build. This time around, I matched all other parts to it, most of which were unavailable until very recently. I use this PC to game and stream, most notably League of Legends, in which I have reached Challenger tier. I also play games like Rocket League, GTA V, CSGO, Valorant, and others with my friends. I'll be upgrading soon to the new 4000 series Ryzen CPUS and 3000 series Nvidia graphics cards, both of which will be water cooled.
    $3,350.68
    Lordd5000
  • Vapor - The Small Form Factor Big Air Build thumbnail

    Vapor - The Small Form Factor Big Air... Vapor - The Small Form Factor Big Air Build

    My previous gaming computer served me well for the past several years, but having to lug an EATX case down the stairs to my... My previous gaming computer served me well for the past several years, but having to lug an EATX case down the stairs to my VR setup got tiring. For this build, I decided to downsize to mini-ITX. Thus, Vapor was born. Vapor lives a double life. On my desk it serves as a traditional gaming PC for games like Doom, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Rocket League. Plug in the Oculus Rift and it becomes a beastly virtual reality rig that can handle the most demanding titles like Half-Life: Alyx, Boneworks, and Blade & Sorcery. While many small form factor PC cases can be difficult to work in, the NCASE M1 proved to be much easier than anticipated. Some small cases are built on "sandwich style" setups dependent on riser cables and restricted airflow potential. The NCASE M1 is the perfect middle ground between size and cooling performance, and doesn't require any riser cables. The popularity of the NCASE M1 on enthusiast forums like /r/sffpc led to a wealth of knowledge and guides. One person even made a spreadsheet comparing several different cooling solutions and their temperatures. Finding and assembling all the parts was made much easier with the community's expertise, and I couldn't be more thankful. While I'm currently content with the thermals, I know I can do better. In early 2021 I want to replace the cooler on my GPU with the heatsink from an Arctic Accelero Xtreme III, and fit two 120mm Noctua NF-A12x25 fans underneath. This mod will decrease GPU temperatures dramatically, and help me fully realize my big air ambitions for this build: Big fans, big airflow, cooler temperatures. I'm also considering upgrading the motherboard to one that supports front-panel USB C ports like the one on the front of the my case. Lastly, I thought about replacing the side panel with a tempered glass one. However, the "RGB lights shining through holes" look is really growing on me.
    $1,641.93
    dsimmc
  • The Old Beast thumbnail

    The Old Beast The Old Beast

    I enjoy gaming. In it's day, this thing was good. Named Beast after it's Apevia BEAST Power Supply. Now, it needs taken... I enjoy gaming. In it's day, this thing was good. Named Beast after it's Apevia BEAST Power Supply. Now, it needs taken out back behind the barn and shot. With the old AM3 chipset non-UEFI motherboard, I've upgraded everything I can to get the most out of it. Now it's just aging poorly and vomiting cords. Time for a new rig. HELP!
    $139.98
    NWDUNCAN
  • The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower! thumbnail

    The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower! The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower!

    Here is my dual-boot Hackintosh/Windows 10 build! As a graphic designer with a dying MacBook pro, I desperately needed a... Here is my dual-boot Hackintosh/Windows 10 build! As a graphic designer with a dying MacBook pro, I desperately needed a replacement for work that could render without lagging and hours of waiting. After a while, I also decided that I wanted to game on that computer, what's the point of having two graphic cards if you won't play a couple of games. Plus, everything looks so impressive on a 5k screen, so crisp! I needed specifics parts that were compatible with Hackintosh; it was a lot of research but fun! This was my first build with a glass panel, and I felt it looked a little sad and empty. Since I also needed a place to store all my little Disney creatures, they all ended up inside it (temperatures are still surprisedly low)!
    $5,590.61
    Marie-Michele G
  • Tranquility thumbnail

    Tranquility Tranquility

    Open Air, Closed Loop Open Air, Closed Loop
    $3,269.80
    GeoffM
  • Budget Stealth Build thumbnail

    Budget Stealth Build Budget Stealth Build

    Hi all, I built this rig as an upgrade from my classic i5 4690k and GTX 970 starter build and the experience has been a lot... Hi all, I built this rig as an upgrade from my classic i5 4690k and GTX 970 starter build and the experience has been a lot of fun. It started off as a GPU upgrade for my old build, but after some pretty bad CPU bottlenecking in Forza Horizon 4, Warzone, and Red Dead 2, I went ahead and overhauled the rest of the system. I hadn't actually planned to do a water cooled build, but I picked up the cooler master AIO second hand for $50 and then after some abysmal GPU temps under load (~85C) I decided to look into water cooling the GPU. I was able to get the Kraken G12 bracket from Microcenter for only $20 and then I snagged an EVGA CLC 120mm AIO from their B-Stock page for a whopping $30. From there I began my first custom mod of mounting the water cooler to my EVGA RTX 2070. Allegedly the Kraken G12 is incompatible with the 2070, but to my pleasant surprise the AMD mounting arms worked perfectly and I didn't even have to cut or drill anything. Now I'm able to get a solid 2070MHz clock speed and my temps cap out at 55C. Ideally I'd like to get a 240mm or 280mm AIO to put on the GPU to try and push the temp lower core clock higher, but there's no room in my current case. I did splurge a little bit in some places, like the motherboard (could've got a B450 Tomahawk instead) and sleeved cables, but they only set me back about $75 so I'd say its worth it. Otherwise every component of this build was either purchased at a significant discount or in used condition to save money. All together I was able to assemble this build for right around $1000 which I'm pretty happy with :) In hindsight I wish I'd spend a little bit more on the GPU and gone for a refurb 1080ti or maybe a 2080, but the 2070 sets me up for a good 1440p 144Hz experience. In the future I really want to change the case to an O11 Dynamic and install a larger radiator for the GPU, but for now my little waterbox is all I need.
    $1,177.76
    aidanam
  • 2008 meets 2020 thumbnail

    2008 meets 2020 2008 meets 2020

    I actually built this gaming rig back in 2012 as my first gaming PC; however the case was released in 2008. I bought an... I actually built this gaming rig back in 2012 as my first gaming PC; however the case was released in 2008. I bought an intel core i5 3570k with an asus P8V-LX Z-77 motherboard. I had 8GB (4x2) of corsair ddr3 1600 and a radeon hd 6850. I got a laptop later down the road which replaced the rig. The rig was left in the basement for years to come. Years later (2020), I searched the basement and found the old rig covered in cob web and dust. This was a great project to begin working on during quarantine. It took a while to remove all of the old parts and customize the case to my liking. I had to use a dremel to saw off a piece of the drive bay area, so that I can fit a 11+ inch GPU. I mainly use this as a everthing to do and game computer. I love to game on league of legends, Grand Theft Auto 5, Dying Light, other story games: A Plague Tale Innocence, Far Cry, Rise of the Tomb Raider, The Witcher 3 and more. The goal was to hit 120+ FPS on high/ultra @ 1080p and this build proved more!
    $1,488.89
    Davidrey96
  • Purple Rain 1.5 thumbnail

    Purple Rain 1.5 Purple Rain 1.5

    This is an upgrade to my previous build. It's an iterative upgrade that moves it from 2nd Gen Ryzen to 3rd Gen, and from the... This is an upgrade to my previous build. It's an iterative upgrade that moves it from 2nd Gen Ryzen to 3rd Gen, and from the B450 to B550 chipset. I also recently switched from air cooling to a liquid AIO. It's primarily a gaming rig, but I also use it for work (spreadsheets, website updating, Outlook, video conferencing, etc.), recording a podcast, and lightweight video editing. Games I play: • Celeste • Destiny 2 • Divinity: Original Sin 2 • Dragon Age Inquisition • Doom Eternal • Horizon Zero Dawn • The Mass Effect Trilogy • Metro Exodus • NieR:Automata • Shadow of the Tomb Raider • Starcraft II • Titanfall 2 • Transistor • The Witcher 3 In the future, I think I'd like to add a custom backplate for my GPU, In the distant/pipedream future, I'd like to put a custom loop in this build.
    $1,437.40
    NateDZD
  • Mirror Master thumbnail

    Mirror Master Mirror Master

    I built this purely as a gaming PC, but I also use it to stream on Twitch. It can handle everything and anything nowadays,... I built this purely as a gaming PC, but I also use it to stream on Twitch. It can handle everything and anything nowadays, such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Rocket League, Valorant, Death Stranding, you name it. The Aorus Xtreme 2080 Ti is a showpiece, so I got a Phanteks vertical GPU mount off Amazon to complete the look.
    $3,036.38
    Junstar
  • Nerd on a Budget's Summer 2020 Budget Build thumbnail

    Nerd on a Budget's Summer 2020 Budget... Nerd on a Budget's Summer 2020 Budget Build

    This is a gaming PC that's capable of gaming at 1080p comfortably and 1440p on select titles. It is also capable of... This is a gaming PC that's capable of gaming at 1080p comfortably and 1440p on select titles. It is also capable of streaming when leveraging the NVENC encoder with the GTX 1660 Super.
    $769.93
    Danny L
  • ArtGame 2.0 thumbnail

    ArtGame 2.0 ArtGame 2.0

    The purpose of my rig is to mainly play games, potentially stream, and doing digital art on programs like clip paint &... The purpose of my rig is to mainly play games, potentially stream, and doing digital art on programs like clip paint & photoshop. This pc is actually the very first pc I have ever built(1 year ago) and it was a fun experience putting together a pc. I have upgraded my CPU from a ryzen 5 1600 to a ryzen 7 3700x, 16gb of Corsair Vengence LPX 3200mhz DDR4 ram to 32GB of Corsair Vengeance Pro(Rgb) 3200mhz DDR4, and now have a 2tb m.2 drive for my games since I needed more storage. I play a lot of RPG games along with shooters, strategy, action, and adventure games. I plan to upgrade to the new 3000 series cards when they come out and I'm currently using a 1070 ti card. I also would like to get a better pc case and a new motherboard.
    $1,521.90
    Kingofanime7
  • Space Bois thumbnail

    Space Bois Space Bois

    I mostly play small indie titles, but as I'm looking into playing AAA titles from this century I needed a rig that could... I mostly play small indie titles, but as I'm looking into playing AAA titles from this century I needed a rig that could accomplish that.
    $2,179.86
    Alexander K
  • The Flash thumbnail

    The Flash The Flash

    Mainly for streaming, gaming and for work. Mainly for streaming, gaming and for work.
    $2,664.92
    Grail05
  • My First Build Ever thumbnail

    My First Build Ever My First Build Ever

    The reason for this build was for video editing and casual gaming. I upgrade my graphics card overtime from a 660ti to gtx... The reason for this build was for video editing and casual gaming. I upgrade my graphics card overtime from a 660ti to gtx 970 to now my 2070 Super. The motherboard can’t have a new cpu, so I’m stuck on the intel 3rd generation. I would love to start fresh when the intel 11th gen comes out because I do wedding video editing and plan to move to 4K editing. I also stream so a fast cpu/gpu combo would be nice. I’m eyeing the 2080ti. Also I would like to get one big monitor instead of two monitors.
    $1,490.95
    Jordan S
  • Sheila... She is a tank, and I love her! thumbnail

    Sheila... She is a tank, and I love her! Sheila... She is a tank, and I love her!

    Hey, here is my upgraded "workstation". I am the Director of Photography for a new production company called M. White... Hey, here is my upgraded "workstation". I am the Director of Photography for a new production company called M. White Productions. What I lack in professional equipment, I make up for in knowledge and creativity. Plus, I do have one Black Magic 4k Micro Cinema camera that I rent from the studio... I have about 3 years of experience in videography, editing, and motion graphics with the Adobe Creative Cloud. I mostly just use photoshop, illustrator, after effects, and premier pro. Specs: Asus Tuf Gaming Plus Wifi X570 Ryzen 7 3800x 16gb DDR4 RAM 3200 GeForce GTX 1650 Super Corsair rm750x PSU 256gb Samsung 860 SSD 1tb HHD I want to upgrade the CPU to the Ryzen 9 3900x. I want to upgrade the RAM to Trident Neo 32gb 3600. Get a NZXT Kraken x63 280mm, an Inland Professional 1tb NVME with the heatsink, and finally get a good GPU, but I might wait on it to see what the next generation of cards will be. Always shop at Micro Center!
    $1,107.42
    Augustine W
  • Superinc_V3.0 thumbnail

    Superinc_V3.0 Superinc_V3.0

    I like to build My PC every 5-6 Years , been building my own PCs for almost 20 years now. My PCs are mostly spec for... I like to build My PC every 5-6 Years , been building my own PCs for almost 20 years now. My PCs are mostly spec for Gaming and entertainment , Though I recently got in to 3d Modeling. With 3D modeling my PC need to shift focus towards having more core, and 12 core would be beneficial.
    $2,179.88
    Superinc84
  • Modmii thumbnail

    Modmii Modmii

    I built this gaming rig for my niece. She is a tatoo artist who loves Anime, gecko breeding, Adobe Photoshop, digital camera... I built this gaming rig for my niece. She is a tatoo artist who loves Anime, gecko breeding, Adobe Photoshop, digital camera work and playing Final Fantasy. I have never done a water build before. Needless to say, this is not going to be easy but this is going to be a grand adventure. When taking on a build of epic proportions, the key is p-a-t-i-e-n-c-e. That is right, measure three times do it once. All in all, this has been an education and a pleasure. Remember research, research and more research are the prep you need. Water builds can be intimidating but the satisfaction you will feel afterward is glorious. Go take the plunge and build your own "aquarium".
    $3,451.50
    wjpsantiago
  • Steve's Photo-Build thumbnail

    Steve's Photo-Build Steve's Photo-Build

    I do fine art photography involving high resolution HDR files. When combined with Ai software processes and multiple... I do fine art photography involving high resolution HDR files. When combined with Ai software processes and multiple layering techniques the image may start at about 270mb, but after extensive editing , could reach up to 1.5 gigabytes before resizing. This requires a lot of computer power.
    $2,619.90
    Steve Z
  • Magical Girl Box thumbnail

    Magical Girl Box Magical Girl Box

    I've always wanted a pink computer and have had a love of magical girls since I was a child, but have never seen a magical... I've always wanted a pink computer and have had a love of magical girls since I was a child, but have never seen a magical girl themed computer. My magical girl figures that are featured on top of the case: Sailor Moon, Madoka, and Card Captor Sakura. The case is a customized pink Silverstone SG13-P with a custom-made frosted acrylic panel extension with a decorative rice paper design window film over it to better diffuse the addressable LEDs which wrap around the radiator. Even the wifi antennas are pink! I used washi tape to create a border around the acrylic panel with feathers and added cherry blossom stickers and sailor moon decals to tie in with the magical girl theme. The LEDs are connected to a Corsair Commander Pro. Despite it having a core I7 2600K CPU, it can run DOOM Eternal just fine. That may also be due to the EVGA GTX 1660 Super, 16 GB of Corsair Vengeance RAM and the Cooler Master ML120 AIO keeping it cooled down while mashing buttons or streaming magical girl anime. Most of the components (CPU, GPU, Storage, RAM) were purchased at MicroCenter (TM) at one time or another. If it weren't for the lack of NVME storage I don't see any other reason to upgrade.
    $1,274.92
    Casandra C
  • The Lian Li with no name thumbnail

    The Lian Li with no name The Lian Li with no name

    My son decided it was time to build himself a new gaming computer. He counted on my computer building and research... My son decided it was time to build himself a new gaming computer. He counted on my computer building and research experience to aid him with the new rig. Right now the build is a work in progress. We hit a snafu with the cpu water block and had to put the water build on hold. My son could not wait to get this baby up and gaming. So we stayed with an air cooled system (and a computer with no name). However in a few months if and when the RTX 3080 pops up, we will continue the water cooling half of the build. We scavenged from the old rig the Thermaltake 1050 watt power supply and Galax Hall of Fame 1070. In the mean time, enjoy the bright and clean look thus far.
    $1,813.70
    wjpsantiago
  • Spewing Out Rainbows thumbnail

    Spewing Out Rainbows Spewing Out Rainbows

    This is mainly a ASUS ROG rig using the AMD platform. It is for games like Days to Die, Fallout 4 and Doom Eternal This is mainly a ASUS ROG rig using the AMD platform. It is for games like Days to Die, Fallout 4 and Doom Eternal
    $1,954.92
    Troy U
  • Magma thumbnail

    Magma Magma

    Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same... Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same game.
    $4,528.77
    rapz
  • Pokey Express thumbnail

    Pokey Express Pokey Express

    Built this system primarily as a hobby and for PC gaming including (but of course not limited to) Assetto Corsa, Rocket... Built this system primarily as a hobby and for PC gaming including (but of course not limited to) Assetto Corsa, Rocket League, Battlefield, Squad, and Insurgency Sandstorm. The CPU and GPU are a bit dated now so I am planning on a CPU and GPU update once the 3000 Nvidia series is released.
    $2,872.40
    carbonFybr