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  • Cant find GPU thumbnail

    Cant find GPU Cant find GPU

    General purpose for excel and chrome General purpose for excel and chrome
    $949.91
    Fa P
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    Meshy Meshy

    Stealth PC for work with the ability to add a GPU in the future. Stealth PC for work with the ability to add a GPU in the future.
    $959.94
    Hao H
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    Black nD White Black nD White

    I built this pc 3-4 years ago and kept upgrading with time. The main purpose of this PC was to play fortnite which it... I built this pc 3-4 years ago and kept upgrading with time. The main purpose of this PC was to play fortnite which it successfully fulfilled. I got around 165 constant fps which was more than enough for me at the time. Now I just do slight gaming so there isn't ant problem I face regarding FPS but I am thinking to upgrade the gpu soon.
    $959.95
    Ahmed
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    cyber poweeeer cyber poweeeer

    It runs all the games on high settings 150-200fps It runs all the games on high settings 150-200fps
    $961.94
    Jody P
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    ~My $1000 build ~My $1000 build

    I built this pc as a graduation present for myself. The laptop I used during my school years could only handle games such as... I built this pc as a graduation present for myself. The laptop I used during my school years could only handle games such as CS:GO and Osu. With this pc I hope to play more demanding games such as Cyberpunk as well as some photo and video editing. I was able to get this system around the $1000 mark due to the 12900k bundle that Micro Center offered. I didn't include an ssd in the parts list because I pulled it from my laptop. If I could go back and change one thing I would have gotten a bigger power supply for future upgrades. Let me know what you think about this build or what you would have changed!
    $964.88
    JOSE D
  • First H510 Flow Build thumbnail

    First H510 Flow Build First H510 Flow Build

    This PC is just used for general purpose work, like editing documents, streaming movies, etc. It will probably upgraded with... This PC is just used for general purpose work, like editing documents, streaming movies, etc. It will probably upgraded with a dedicated GPU so that it can be used for gaming as well, but that'll happen later.
    $968.94
    Sai G
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    Babyboy Babyboy

    My 1st build and it was out of pure Necessity. My last rig must had gotten damaged pins on the mobo. Either way it motivated... My 1st build and it was out of pure Necessity. My last rig must had gotten damaged pins on the mobo. Either way it motivated and scared me into not only getting another rig but making one with thermals as the top priority. Now I wish I had more money at the time for a beefier mobo when I had bought this but the combo is beautiful. Works better than expected. I call this build babyboy because building it woke me up even more. It was the the last push to my evolution as a dweeb. My goals become easier to follow. Building motivated me into building more. To not feel like going in my pc is daunting. It took a depressed and nearly checked out of life veteran and turned him into the kid that didn't worry about the worst life has to throw at them. Sorry anyway. Baby boy has made me dig deeper into my studying as I want to make my own Aio for a pc and even delve into engineering because I love the void that creation brings. It robs me of negative focus and gives me back passion. My PC's were always powerful and the trend continues. I am getting familiar with 3d software, mainly unreal. Working on a hard scifi novel that I might just pass to my friend to make into a video game. He loved the idea he will be graduating for programming soon. My gift to him is going to be a high powered machine. For all of his programing needs a rig on par or better than anything i can own. The things I love for the people I love. Babyboy Harkens me back to a time where I was a dorky a** black kid growing up in harlem getting bullied for "acting white" 😪 , up into my time in the infantry and even beyond where constantly get targeted for the same thing by more so the opposite of my childhood bully types. (Sorry for being vague). As you can maybe tell I think way too much. I spend alot of time in chatrooms not because I like them anymore. It's because I can generate heat better than Dominick Mysterio when I'm online. I have a Army of people who hate me on the internet and it's honestly how I get better now n days. I constantly have people discouraging me, trying to drag me down, dehumanize me, feels like the military but with folks I can't punch in the face. That oddly enough has been my source of fuel. People telling. Me I'm worthless and can't. LOL For me it's the best fuel ever. Over the course of two years my aptitude for math, science, has skyrocketed, I have built a reputation in some of the most toxic circles you can find online as a guy you should hate for no good reason at all. I love it. Computers have alot to do with this. This was what I thought about while doing my build. You get where I'm going? This experience was therapeutic for me and eye opening into who I am as a human. Babyboy helped freed a chained man. In a sense by giving me even more confidence to tackle things. For a build that was suppose to replace my i9 9900k rig. It did more than that. It set up another stage of metamorphosis. The recluse in me let's a bit too much out at times : [ sorry. As for the build. It was meant for general use. But if you seen my setup you would maybe understand i use it for much more, such as development. C++ and python coding, btw my first ever code written was program that identified your compiler written in c++, my second was a gpt 2 based learning model (in python)that same night. Now I didnt have AI help me with the second code, but still I was pretty happy with myself. I would like to animate and make a game with my best friend from those times of me getting bullied as a kid. A rpg game based in hard science. Something that gives off "three body problem" vibes. I also need to learn how to design prototypes. Like maybe some thing for the cooler I want to make. For example. 32 gb of ram even at ddr5 i feel limited in unreal engine. So I will go for possibly 128 gb over time. So a 64gb kit is in my future, then another. Next month I'm getting a 4 tb m.2 for Unreal engine alone and another for productivity needs. I have a 4 tb system now. As far as what I could have done differently. I should have gotten the h9 elite case as it has rgb fans and a controller. But pretty much the same exact case I have. I'm gonna also repair my old mobo if possible and if I can do it right, my nephew who is studying computer science but using a idohan spud will have a power relic of the 9th gen coming his way. I loved what this build did for me. It was more than just a pc build. It was as much a window or veiwport into myself, just as this summary of the build experience was. Sorry for taking that so far. I don't know how to not go 100% at times. Sorry for any typos and such. Big hands, small phone, you know the deal. I'll try to edit if possible. THANKS 😊
    $971.95
    Jonathan S
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    LED Case LED Case

    This pc is able to run AAA title at high fps with medium to high graphic settings. Not much more that i can ask for! This pc is able to run AAA title at high fps with medium to high graphic settings. Not much more that i can ask for!
    $972.94
    Loyd F
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    Arctic Wave 2 Arctic Wave 2

    This is my second build. New year. New home. And now a new PC build and setup. Still need a GPU to finish the PC. This... This is my second build. New year. New home. And now a new PC build and setup. Still need a GPU to finish the PC. This follows the same theme as my first build hence the band Arctic Wave 2.
    $973.93
    Bryan P
  • Gaming & 3D Printing Super Charge Desktop thumbnail

    Gaming & 3D Printing Super Charge... Gaming & 3D Printing Super Charge Desktop

    I built this computer primarily to serve two purposes: gaming and 3D printing. Here’s a breakdown of why I chose each... I built this computer primarily to serve two purposes: gaming and 3D printing. Here’s a breakdown of why I chose each component and how it contributes to my setup: Gaming. I enjoy a variety of games, from AAA titles to indie gems. Some of my current favorites include "The Witcher 3," "Cyberpunk 2077," "Overwatch," "Fortnite," and "Minecraft." These games demand a solid GPU and CPU to run smoothly, and my setup handles them quite well. 3D Printing. I use software like Blender, Fusion 360, and Tinkercad for designing my 3D prints. The i7-6700 CPU provides the necessary processing power to handle complex 3D modeling tasks without lag. Programs like Cura and PrusaSlicer are essential for converting 3D models into printable files. My GTX 1060 GPU accelerates the slicing process, making it faster and more efficient. Here are the parts and why I got them in this build: CPU: i7-6700 at 3.4GHz- Chosen for its strong performance in both single-threaded and multi-threaded tasks, which is essential for both gaming and 3D modeling. GPU: GTX 1060-6Gb- Provides excellent performance for gaming at 1080p with high settings and is also capable of accelerating rendering tasks in 3D software. 16GB Ram- Sufficient for multitasking, running multiple applications, and handling large 3D models without any slowdown. Storage: 256Gb SSD + 1 Tb HDD - The SSD ensures fast boot times and quick access to frequently used applications, while the HDD offers ample storage for games, large 3D model files, and other media. I boot with Windows 11 for its latest features, compatibility with a wide range of software, and enhanced security measures. By sharing the details of my build and its purposes, I hope to provide insight and inspire others in the community who might have similar interests. Whether you're a fellow gamer or a 3D printing enthusiast, let's engage and discuss the best ways to get the most out of our rigs!
    $974.96
    Steven W
  • The Dusty Dutchess thumbnail

    The Dusty Dutchess The Dusty Dutchess

    I usually only play league of legends but I wanted to play it in that sweet sweet 144hz smoothness! Also I don't clean my PC... I usually only play league of legends but I wanted to play it in that sweet sweet 144hz smoothness! Also I don't clean my PC as much as I should.
    $985.92
    Dan L
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    budget 12th gen budget 12th gen

    I built this system to meet two specific needs. One is a reliable system with decent performance I can use to do coursework... I built this system to meet two specific needs. One is a reliable system with decent performance I can use to do coursework and participate in online classes. The second "need" is, well.. gaming! The 6600 is meeting my gaming needs okay for the moment because I am playing games like Doom Eternal at 1080p resolution.
    $985.92
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    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    The main purpose of building this pc was to be able to play games and do work at the same time. The main game I play is... The main purpose of building this pc was to be able to play games and do work at the same time. The main game I play is Fortnite, and since the 6650xt is a decent card, I can get around 250 fps in game on performance mode. In the future, I plan on upgrading my gpu and my case. The gpu I got is not the best for my cpu(12700k), and a 6800xt would have been a better choice. I also decided to budget my case, which was a huge mistake, since the case I got used molex connectors and it was hard to take off the gpu brackets.
    $986.91
    FRANK G
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    The Red Ryder The Red Ryder

    This is my primary PC that I use for Gaming, Work, and just about everything else. This is my primary PC that I use for Gaming, Work, and just about everything else.
    $987.92
    Andrew N
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    skittly skittly

    It is a gaming rig and a computer for school It is a gaming rig and a computer for school
    $997.93
    Aadimoola
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    My Pc My Pc

    My Pc. (its acutally my dads. my cousin helped him build it but its good) My Pc. (its acutally my dads. my cousin helped him build it but its good)
    $999.92
    Agustin D
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    My First Build My First Build

    I built this computer for my youngest daughter for her to use to finish high school and take with her to college one day.... I built this computer for my youngest daughter for her to use to finish high school and take with her to college one day. She also plays Sims, Roblocks and Minecraft.
    $1,009.96
    Prentice F
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    Pandemic build Pandemic build

    Decided to treat myself during the pandemic Decided to treat myself during the pandemic
    $1,012.95
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    4090 FE 4090 FE

    4090 FE 12700K DDR4 build used for gaming 4090 FE 12700K DDR4 build used for gaming
    $1,026.94
    Chris R
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    Conference Room Comp Conference Room Comp

    A no-nonsense build for presenters to use. A no-nonsense build for presenters to use.
    $1,029.93
    Paul R
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    Gaming/School PC Gaming/School PC

    Needed a computer since my old one was running very slow. Had a budget of around $800, and got a SUPER SOLID rig. Micro... Needed a computer since my old one was running very slow. Had a budget of around $800, and got a SUPER SOLID rig. Micro center had great deals with their bundles and got a killer deal! This is a massive upgrade, and now can easily run games with my 144hz monitor. What a great experience, and I appreciate Kenny helping me chose these parts for my budget!
    $1,031.92
    Samer D
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    Beast Beast

    Built it for work, gaming, school everything you can do on a computer and wanted to give it a try always wanted to build one... Built it for work, gaming, school everything you can do on a computer and wanted to give it a try always wanted to build one because it seems so fun don’t have a graphics card yet but I’m saving up for one
    $1,036.95
    Raul V
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    yoj's first pc yoj's first pc

    my first build- i'm 25 and have been wanting to get back into gaming. I grew up on xbox and thought it was time to switch... my first build- i'm 25 and have been wanting to get back into gaming. I grew up on xbox and thought it was time to switch over. built it in time for starfield, but will always go back to my all time favorites- halo, pyschonauts, fallout, etc. i5 11400 PNY xlr8 rtx 3060 12gb z590 pro wifi cec mb antec nx410 tower samsung 980 pro 1tb ssd Vengeance LPX 32GB ddr4 Apevia 650w gold rated psu vetroo v5 cpu cooler led strips
    $1,039.22
    Yojanan S
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    MY First PC! MY First PC!

    A complete beast of a PC that I have spent 1.3k on- The Pros: - Runs fast and has DLSS 2.0 Compatibility - Quiet, barely... A complete beast of a PC that I have spent 1.3k on- The Pros: - Runs fast and has DLSS 2.0 Compatibility - Quiet, barely makes a sound - Has easily swapable parts that help with upgrades and the like. The Cons: - Silicon is Expensive :D - No Heatsink on I/O for MoBo, and only one heatsink for 2nd NVME Slot (No surprise there) - Will have to upgrade in 5 years or so What is it used for? - Content Creation, more specifically 1080p Video Editing and the like - Gaming, and lots of it thanks to the graphics it can pull off - Just messing around and whatever I need it to do. The Core i5 pulls it's weight by the ton, I've never used something this fast before. Advice- I actually got my Monitor from Costco, it's only 199.99 and runs like a dream. Also, be careful with the case screws, if you don't get them right the first time putting in your GPU will be a nightmare. Also, for GPUs, if you intend on getting an EVGA brand one look for their B-stock, it often eliminates anywhere from 30-100 dollars off their cards ;) Overall, happy with my first build and would 10/10 Recommend
    $1,041.91
    Jaxer R

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