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  • kbWerx • ASUS TUF-B560M • 11600K • RTX 2060 thumbnail

    kbWerx • ASUS TUF-B560M • 11600K • RTX... kbWerx • ASUS TUF-B560M • 11600K • RTX 2060

    for 1440P 75Hz gaming (Anno Series 1404~1800 Ultra Settings), general computing and future video editing/streaming; also Eth... for 1440P 75Hz gaming (Anno Series 1404~1800 Ultra Settings), general computing and future video editing/streaming; also Eth Hash Mining, when not gaming, to repay cost
    $1,773.15
    ken s
  • ITX w/ 3080 thumbnail

    ITX w/ 3080 ITX w/ 3080

    I built it because I like to build computers in the ITX format and see how much gaming performance I can get out of them. I built it because I like to build computers in the ITX format and see how much gaming performance I can get out of them.
    $1,690.92
    thormejh
  • Jigglypuff 2.0 thumbnail

    Jigglypuff 2.0 Jigglypuff 2.0

    I initially planned to upgrade an old HP Compaq for gaming and to use graphic design software. I intend to play Overwatch,... I initially planned to upgrade an old HP Compaq for gaming and to use graphic design software. I intend to play Overwatch, Halo, Kingdom Hearts, Splitgate and more. For graphic art I'm mainly interested in digitizing embroidery files and want to make stickers and pins. After getting some help, I realized it would probably be better to build from scratch. I would have loved to keep my original case since I painted it pink and cut out a Jigglypuff silhouette but the CPU cooler and graphics card were too wide to fit. I do like the sleeker look of the new case but in hindsight I should have waited until I had the parts before customizing the case. I did go back to the store a week after building the PC to get more RAM more for cosmetic reasons than needing an extra 16gb. It took about 5 hours to build because I would rearrange how the things were and connecting the rgb cables was a bit confusing. Cable management wasn't too difficult but involved a lot of reworking how I initially connected everything. Next time I'll work on Cable management as I'm building. In general, I should have done more research before starting the build process because it would not turn on when I had finished. I realized one of the power cables was not fully plugged in after checking the cables for everything else first. In the end, it was a fun project and I inspired my boyfriend to want to build a gaming PC for himself.
    $2,003.91
    Caroline M
  • RGB Mad About It thumbnail

    RGB Mad About It RGB Mad About It

    Current setup. I use the rig to stream and play video games - currently playing through Mass Effect Legendary Edition. Current setup. I use the rig to stream and play video games - currently playing through Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
    $4,235.71
    patchworkpirate
  • Big Bertha thumbnail

    Big Bertha Big Bertha

    Since covid started I’ve went public and started to offer my pc build services online aka FB IG OfferUp and I’ve had the... Since covid started I’ve went public and started to offer my pc build services online aka FB IG OfferUp and I’ve had the opportunity to build customers many PCs and been able to use a lot of different parts from many different companies and I learned to figure out what parts I loved most so I took all my knowledge of pc parts I’ve used in the last year or so and built this sweet pc for myself! I’ve always wanted a high end pc and was finally able to do so! With no expenses spared! Here’s my pc that I use for gaming / streaming / video and photo editing! Huge shout out to #bitwit and Jay ive been watching them for 5+ years and ive watched every pc video there is i couldn't have done it without them
    $3,949.92
    emanuel r
  • Rainbow Unicorn thumbnail

    Rainbow Unicorn Rainbow Unicorn

    Had a sale at the local microcenter on the cpu and decided to be a little different and use a rosewill prism case that house... Had a sale at the local microcenter on the cpu and decided to be a little different and use a rosewill prism case that house the psu up top to build an extra pc for the house.
    $1,954.94
    spsanch89
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    Silencioso Silencioso

    Just meant for gaming and general use. I wanted it to be extremely powerful yet as silent as possible. I have extremely good... Just meant for gaming and general use. I wanted it to be extremely powerful yet as silent as possible. I have extremely good hearing so constant humming sounds easily bother me. I thought about a more solid panel case but I didn't want to compromise cooling performance.
    $2,638.96
    Kevin M
  • Cherry Blossom Season #Bitwit thumbnail

    Cherry Blossom Season #Bitwit Cherry Blossom Season #Bitwit

    Built for everything! Working, Streaming, Editing, and Gaming! This is the first build I've ever had that wasn't a... Built for everything! Working, Streaming, Editing, and Gaming! This is the first build I've ever had that wasn't a hand-me-down from someone else. As a result, I was really able to build this towards my own aesthetic and I decided to go with a cherry blossom theme leaning into whites and pinks by adding little details such as the cherry blossom support bracket, custom fan cover and adding details to the case.
    $3,306.90
    Christine C
  • Bob's First PC #Bitwit thumbnail

    Bob's First PC #Bitwit Bob's First PC #Bitwit

    This is my first PC ever, and I decided to build it myself to learn how it's done. It is primarily a gaming rig, where I... This is my first PC ever, and I decided to build it myself to learn how it's done. It is primarily a gaming rig, where I play games such as Minecraft with shaders and Astroneer. I also do some rendering and video editing for my Youtube channel. I considered the parts list for multiple months, thinking about which parts I can spend less money on and for which I can spend more. Finally I decided on the 3060 for the GPU as it handles pretty much every task nicely and has a relatively low energy consumption.
    $1,464.91
    Bob S
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    Dream pc Dream pc

    I started out with a ibuypower prebuild and over the past five months I have upgrade as much as I could. I'm trying to ball... I started out with a ibuypower prebuild and over the past five months I have upgrade as much as I could. I'm trying to ball on a budget, if you could I would love any tips.
    $1,562.91
    gabriel k
  • Oogie's Roulette thumbnail

    Oogie's Roulette Oogie's Roulette

    I like this build because it was based around one of my favorite childhood characters, Oogie Boogie, from the Nightmare... I like this build because it was based around one of my favorite childhood characters, Oogie Boogie, from the Nightmare Before Christmas and with the return of a lot of those characters to popular media and merchandise I wanted to show my appreciation with my new pc. Since I'm a teacher it's nice to come home and have the best possible gaming experience to destress after a hard week as well, so seeing this bad boy turn on is like a whole new mindset!
    $2,469.92
    Kevin L
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    Bohemoth Bohemoth

    A perfect example of something going well beyond the original intent. This all started from my corsair 500d case not fitting... A perfect example of something going well beyond the original intent. This all started from my corsair 500d case not fitting two 360mm rads, an AIO for the CPU and the rad for my RTX 3090 K|NGP|N hybrid card. I determined I needed a bigger case to fit them both thus came the 1000d. Plenty big enough right? Sure. Actually it was too big because hoses on the AIOs were too SHORT! Then I decided to research and understand what this 1000d case really was. Of course this thing is targeting custom water cooling. A year later we have the bohemoth.
    $13,029.51
    Timothy2004
  • The Doomhammer of Theseus #Bitwit thumbnail

    The Doomhammer of Theseus #Bitwit The Doomhammer of Theseus #Bitwit

    This PC started off as a prebuilt from iBuyPower. I really got into watching tech channels on YouTube through finding Linus'... This PC started off as a prebuilt from iBuyPower. I really got into watching tech channels on YouTube through finding Linus' secret shopper series. I started watching more of his videos and then found other tech tubers like Jay, Dawid, and Bitwit. I called it The Doomhammer of Thesius because I slowly replaced each part until basically everything (except the processor and backup storage) was replaced. I use it mostly for gaming playing WoW, the ascent, destiny 2, outriders, Diablo, and borderlands. My new adventures with it are learning the intracasies of undervolting and overclocking. Specs: Strix 560-A mobo i7-10700f Hyper 212 Evo RGB edition (with a new ARGB fan) 32 GB 3200 tridentZ Zotac Amp Holo 3070 Fractal Meshify 2 Fractal ARGB fans ARGB strios (airgoo brand I think) Phanteks amp 750W psu 1tb WD Blue nvme m.2 1tb WD HDD 480 GB Neo Forza SSD I included some older pictures to show its transformation.
    $1,937.93
    Alex K
  • #Bitwit A work in process thumbnail

    #Bitwit A work in process #Bitwit A work in process

    I built this to replace a Lenovo Y520 gaming laptop. I wanted to get not only higher fps but have the ability to run higher... I built this to replace a Lenovo Y520 gaming laptop. I wanted to get not only higher fps but have the ability to run higher graphic setting in games like COD without hurting performance. With the high end parts I chose im able to run virtually any game on max setting and keep above 60fps while being able to stream twitch with a high quality output. The plan is to upgrade the EVGA 3070 FTW3 to an EVGA 3080ti FTW3 in the near future.
    $2,127.92
    Jason D
  • Vader thumbnail

    Vader Vader

    MSI, Lian Li, Trident Z and Samsung SSD/Nvme MSI, Lian Li, Trident Z and Samsung SSD/Nvme
    $1,626.73
    Brian K
  • hope to dream thumbnail

    hope to dream hope to dream

    Stands waiting for a better gpu Stands waiting for a better gpu
    $1,465.00
    james w
  • #Bitwit thumbnail

    #Bitwit #Bitwit

    *First ever build!!! I built this because the PS5 is still hard to come by and I always wanted to build one. I have a... *First ever build!!! I built this because the PS5 is still hard to come by and I always wanted to build one. I have a I7-9700 (want to upgrade to i9-9900k) Asus Z390-A Trident Z 16g ram, NZXT 360 kraken. LL120 coursair fans, 275R airflow case. And a Asus ROG strix 2080. A wD black 512 SSD and a 1Tb hard drive. I use to to play warzone, madden, battlefield 4 recently to get hyped for 2042. #Bitwit
    $1,624.98
    Andrew A
  • Darkmoon's Eclipse (Version4) thumbnail

    Darkmoon's Eclipse (Version4) Darkmoon's Eclipse (Version4)

    This is the fourth version of my Eclipse build. I play games, video edit, test software, and web browsing. Probably the net... This is the fourth version of my Eclipse build. I play games, video edit, test software, and web browsing. Probably the net upgrade will involve downsize it to be the most powerful and space efficient.
    $3,180.90
    Alfonso B
  • Dreams of the Northern Lights #Bitwit! thumbnail

    Dreams of the Northern Lights #Bitwit! Dreams of the Northern Lights #Bitwit!

    My set up is doing all of the above really. It’s my work station for work and my relaxing gaming area. I play on Vr ((I have... My set up is doing all of the above really. It’s my work station for work and my relaxing gaming area. I play on Vr ((I have the valve index)really wanna to upgrade my gpu soon to something to match this beast of a rig), War Thunder, Star Citizen, COD, and more. I also video edit for time to time and also 3D model when I can for 3D printing and Vr Chat. I also do slight graphic design. My dream setup has only begun and I plan to do a lot more to it! What do I plan on adding or upgrading? Well for starters I plan on upgrading my gpu as I said above. I play a lot of games that are still in alpha or in beta stage of development because I like to so these games grow and progress into something amazing and cool. For the rest of hard ware it mostly complete the rest is either more memory or just small touch ups on lighting or wiring. I have a unfinished basement and plan on build a room for just gaming. In one corner I plan on putting a nice big green screen for VR and plan on putting my flight and racing simulator done there as well. I have extra parts for gaming rig and plan on putting on together so friends and family can play on good graphics if they wanna play pc games with me. I plan on getting a nice flight sim chair for Star Citizen, DCS, and War Thunder. I plan on getting the Thrustmaster Warthog with an extra stick for Star Citizen. What’s in my setup now? For the tower: ROG Helios case ROG Maximus XII Hero MB 128gb 4000 of ddr4 gskill ram i9 Core processor 10th gen 6tb of memory (plan on adding another 2tb and that’s it) ROG Thor 1200w psu ROG LC 360 Radiator 3x Corsair QL fans Corsair Commander Pro ROG Strix RTX 2070 ( want to upgrade to a ROG Strix 3080ti or the 3090 ) Phantech RGB strips My Peripherals: ROG ASUS Spatha mouse Razor Black Widow Elite Razor Tartarus v2 GOXLR Shure SM7B Steelseries Arctis Pro ROG Strix 49” 144hz monitor (plan on getting another 49”) LG 27” 144hz monitor RODE boom arm Valve Index (with 4 Base stations and full body tracking) 5$ leather office chair If you have tips for my dream set up or like my set up please let let me know! :D
    $2,419.93
    Dillon A
  • 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
  • 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
  • #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
  • 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
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    plain pc plain pc

    entertainment entertainment
    $1,624.93
    kozak776