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  • My Personal Gaming Rig #Bitwit thumbnail

    My Personal Gaming Rig #Bitwit My Personal Gaming Rig #Bitwit

    The main points of this build was 2 things, 1. Gaming Performance 2. Aesthetics. this build was just finished a few days... The main points of this build was 2 things, 1. Gaming Performance 2. Aesthetics. this build was just finished a few days before publishing, so far i love it. The performance is far better than i ever wanted, i am able to run my favorite games on MAX settings at 1080p well over 100 fps. I really enjoyed building in the o11 mini case its easy to manage everything, a bunch of customization ability, tons of space in the back for my bad cable management. I also really love the ballistix ram, its way more affordable than corsair vengeance. my only complaint about it is the rgb resets to red every time i turn on my pc. the lian li fans are great, the rgb is really good. They are a bit noisy when they speed up but i can barely notice it with headphones on. The Power Supply is a really great choice if you're getting the revised one (all new ones on shelf are revised). but the cables are horrible and really stiff. If you're going to get cable extensions (you definitely should) i would choose the corsair sf750 over it unless you absolutely need 850 watts. the sf750 is $35 more but it comes with sleeved cables which are usually $30 plus it's titanium rated, so the sf750 would be a better choice than the coolermaster v850. anyways those are the reviews i'll give some of the parts. Overall i love this rig so much, it looks great, and performs great.
    $1,819.89
    Max T
  • mini pc  #Bitwit thumbnail

    "mini" pc #Bitwit "mini" pc #Bitwit

    This is my first gaming build back from 2012 I mostly just play rocket league and whatever else now. Through time and... This is my first gaming build back from 2012 I mostly just play rocket league and whatever else now. Through time and upgrades it doesn't really have any of the original parts anymore but over the years its at this current stage. I bought a water block for my 1070 around 5 years ago because I always wanted to water cool my PC. Never got around to it, but the idea was always in the back of my head. Until recently I said screw it and went for it when I upgraded my cpu to a ryzen 5 5600x. I think I bit off a little more than I could chew with this small of a case and my first time water cooling. But it was well worth the frustrating, but fun process and I learned a lot. In the future I would like to definitely add another radiator in the front of the case for a little better cooling. Also would want to re-do some of the tube's and maybe buy a jig to get better looking bends. Also maybe get custom cables for better looks and shorter length because the back of the case is a little messy. And whenever I do this again I would measure everything more I got lucky in some spots that are pretty tight.
    $1,662.94
    karl h
  • Hercules thumbnail

    Hercules Hercules

    i got this pc for gaming and some streaming just for general gaming like warzone, rainbow six, etc i got this pc for gaming and some streaming just for general gaming like warzone, rainbow six, etc
    $1,734.91
    Eric B
  • Bobby’s Baby #Bitwit thumbnail

    Bobby’s Baby #Bitwit Bobby’s Baby #Bitwit

    I originally had a rig that I built over 7 years ago and felt it was about time to upgrade, but this time, I wanted... I originally had a rig that I built over 7 years ago and felt it was about time to upgrade, but this time, I wanted something that was a little more eye catching and clean. It use to be mainly for gaming but as time went on and my kids have grown up, I’ve moved onto building them their own rigs and have had less time to enjoy my own, but had to have the best looking one, as I am dada. I managed to find most of the parts for this build during peak of the pandemic, so I feel it is really special to me to have finished it during that time, but I am still on the hunt to find myself a Vision card to complete the look I originally wanted.
    $2,593.85
    Bukbup
  • Red Dragon #BITWIT thumbnail

    Red Dragon #BITWIT Red Dragon #BITWIT

    I originally got into PC gaming around 4 years ago, and I started out with a crappy ASUS laptop that wasn't even meant to... I originally got into PC gaming around 4 years ago, and I started out with a crappy ASUS laptop that wasn't even meant to handle games and a wireless mouse that I borrowed from my mom. After a while I got a new keyboard/mouse and a good ROG monitor. Then I finally got rid of the ASUS laptop and got a MSI gaming laptop for X-Mas 2 years ago, which after expanding the range of games I played, couldn't handle some of the games. So that's when I started to think about getting a PC. So for Christmas and my birthday I saved up everything and spent months researching. Now this is my first build and also my first tower so I was a bit confused here and there with certain parts but I think it turned out all right, I mean it turns at least so that's something.
    $1,459.68
    Gavin A
  • Night Sky thumbnail

    Night Sky Night Sky

    This PC was originally made for gaming but turned into my everything rig such as photo editing, professional work... This PC was originally made for gaming but turned into my everything rig such as photo editing, professional work (teletherapy), and light streaming. I play Tarkov, League, CSGO, Apex when I have time. I was inspired by Bitwit to make my build aesthetic and settled on a black and white color scheme. I started off with a red color scheme with a 3600, a MSI Ventus 2060, and a cheapo ASRock x570 board all in a NZXT H510. Kyle's videos had me slowly upgrading each part as I became more knowledgeable of PC parts. I love how far it has come (check the last pic for what it used to look like).
    $1,667.93
    Danial S
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    Kyle Kyle

    I mainly built this rig to play games such a Minecraft, Valorant, GTA 5,ect. This is my third pc ,but the first I build on... I mainly built this rig to play games such a Minecraft, Valorant, GTA 5,ect. This is my third pc ,but the first I build on my own. My first was a $600 dollar prebuild that i returned in the first week, my second was a starter build my friend build for me and was roughly $800. Now i have this system i'm showing you. My z73 has cables coming off the pump and i couldn't route them anywhere else due to the cables being to short. The pink and blue theme i wend with was mainly because of the gif I have on the z73. The 2070 I painted with my brother using engine enamel spray paint. The pc came out pretty good in my opinion and works fine for everything i do. MY FANS COST MORE THAN MY CPU :(.
    $2,329.95
    Thompson V
  • DEATHTROOPER thumbnail

    DEATHTROOPER DEATHTROOPER

    This build is meant to be able to take to work in a dusty environment. The goal for me was to purchase as few items as... This build is meant to be able to take to work in a dusty environment. The goal for me was to purchase as few items as possible and use parts that I had lying around from previous builds.
    $1,286.93
    Jesse S
  • R.O.G. thumbnail

    R.O.G. R.O.G.

    I recently got back into PC building in 2020 (Last Build was 2012) and a friend told me about these youtubers that have... I recently got back into PC building in 2020 (Last Build was 2012) and a friend told me about these youtubers that have build guides so I checked out Jayz2cents, and quickly found myself subscribing to Bitwit, Pauls Hardware, GamersNexus, Austin Evans, and of course Linus Tech Tips. I was hooked and really appreciate how all of these channels try to vary their content but all exist in the same space in a friendly way. I've built 6 systems for friends and family since then and most recently updated my personal system which is the white and black system in the O11 Mini. This system was upgraded after I camped out at Microcenter in January 2021 and was lucky enough to get an RTX 3070 Strix White Edition. The Lian Li TU150 was the 1.0 version of this computer before the 3070. I had purchased an ASUS Strix RTX 2060 Super but sold it last summer after I got the 3070. So hopefully that makes sense why I needed to upgrade to a case with better Air flow. The ITX build was fun but just was a hot box! NEW Upgrade Parts list: O11D Mini Tempered Glass ATX Mini Tower Computer Case AMD Ryzen 7 5800x X570 ROG Crosshair VIII Impact AMD AM4 Mini-DTX Motherboard GeForce RTX 3070 ROG Strix Overclocked Triple-Fan 8GB White Edition VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3600 - White SF750 750 Watt 80 Plus Platinum SFX Fully Modular Power Supply WD Black SN850 1TB M.2 NVMe Inland PSU Sleeved Cable Extension Kit - Black/ White CORSAIR - iCUE H150i ELITE CAPELLIX CPU Cooler - Black with ML Fans x3 CORSAIR QL Series, iCUE QL140 RGB, 140mm RGB LED PWM White Fan x4 CORSAIR - Lighting Node PRO CORSAIR - Commander PRO Hardware Controller
    $2,474.92
    Jesse S
  • Black and White Baby #bitwit thumbnail

    Black and White Baby #bitwit Black and White Baby #bitwit

    I use this system for gaming, fun, learning, and general entertainment. Initially started with a 2060super and 3600x in an... I use this system for gaming, fun, learning, and general entertainment. Initially started with a 2060super and 3600x in an NZXT H510. After over a year of upgrades and changes I finally feel comfortable with what's inside right now. I mean, who wouldn't feel happy with a 3080FTW3 Ultra and a 5600x? The case was the last big upgrade for me, and that was back in February. I just wanted a case with some spaciousness as well as nice airflow. This case provided both well.
    $2,219.83
    Mendel S
  • Dream pc thumbnail

    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
  • My First PC thumbnail

    My First PC My First PC

    I wanted to get into the PC world for a while now, and finally decided to build one. I went to microcenter in Brentwood, MO... I wanted to get into the PC world for a while now, and finally decided to build one. I went to microcenter in Brentwood, MO and was amazed at the professionalism of the staff. I already kew what I wanted, so that made it easier on the process. I am a college student, so I also wanted something that I could use for both work and play, and this PC has exceeded my expectations.
    $1,959.88
    Kyle A
  • Personal PC thumbnail

    Personal PC Personal PC

    I built this PC to replace my laptop that is about 9 years old, and slow as Christmas. I'm not a gamer whatsoever, so I just... I built this PC to replace my laptop that is about 9 years old, and slow as Christmas. I'm not a gamer whatsoever, so I just went with the Ryzen 5 5600G processor, and the picture is perfect for me! This is my first build, but I'm very satisfied with the speed. I don't think I could have purchased any box computer for less than $1,700 - $1,800.
    $991.92
    Patrick H
  • Starry Night thumbnail

    Starry Night Starry Night

    Built this rig because I always wanted to get into the PC gaming space. Now looking back I can't believe it took me this... Built this rig because I always wanted to get into the PC gaming space. Now looking back I can't believe it took me this long. I play mostly FPS games like COD, Borderlands and FarCry, I also have put a good amount of hours into Skyrim and the Middle Earth Series. Currently playing through Halo for the first time (always been a Playstation user) I plan on upgrading CPU and Motherboard when AMD moves to AM5 next year.
    $1,726.93
    Matt M
  • Caca Slayer 6000 thumbnail

    Caca Slayer 6000 Caca Slayer 6000

    I built the PC in July of 2020 and it was built to play video games I enjoy to play fortnite, Minecraft, war zone and other... I built the PC in July of 2020 and it was built to play video games I enjoy to play fortnite, Minecraft, war zone and other games. I also use the Pc to create content for my YouTube channel which has 65 subscribers and I use it for streaming on my twitch that has 98 Followers. A future upgrade I could see is better processor and a better gpu looking at 3060’s. Something I did different was had my freind help with everything and had him come along with for the journey.
    $966.93
    cody M
  • My first PC build and it turned out great. thumbnail

    My first PC build and it turned out... My first PC build and it turned out great.

    I always wanted to build my own Pc. Before this I had a HP office prebuilt with a 1060 put in afterwards.The main reason I... I always wanted to build my own Pc. Before this I had a HP office prebuilt with a 1060 put in afterwards. The main reason I upgraded was VR. I bought a quest 2 and a 1060 just wasnt cutting it anymore. I also got the 3070ti close to msrp from a local retailer. My cable management is decent on the front, but not very good in the back.
    $1,864.95
    Adam B
  • I built this with my friends #Bitwit thumbnail

    I built this with my friends #Bitwit I built this with my friends #Bitwit

    I built this rig with my friends on my 14th birthday and I built it for school and gaming. I usually play valorant and... I built this rig with my friends on my 14th birthday and I built it for school and gaming. I usually play valorant and terraria. I really enjoy this pc because it can handle most things I throw at it, and it is definitely an upgrade from the clunky old 2012 macbook I used previously. In hindsight, I probably should have gotten a better gpu like the 1660 super instead of the 1650 super, because it would pair better with the cpu. I do really love this build and the process of watching countless videos from ltt, bitwit, jayztwocents, and gamers nexus to understand how pcs work and what parts to get. I would definetly build a pc again, wether it be for a friend or for fun, it was a great experience.
    $872.93
    Hayk T
  • Aventador thumbnail

    Aventador Aventador

    This is my pc that i built in the shortage, i wish i could have a better graphics but its the best i could do with and isnt... This is my pc that i built in the shortage, i wish i could have a better graphics but its the best i could do with and isnt that bad. This pc cost me around 1000 dollars, it was something i have been saving money up for around 1 year and it is a relief, and relaxant that i have finally completed it [still needs upgrades]. if i would win the 250 dollars i would buy myself a AIO so i can cool my CPU i would also upgrade to 32 gb of ram and maybe even vertically mount my GPU. i hope once the shortage i can upgrade to a 20 series or maybe even a 30 series graphics card. i could not add my m.2 ssd because there were no options but it is a samsung 980 ssd 500 gb
    $1,069.94
    esad u
  • Bobby's 1st build. thumbnail

    Bobby's 1st build. Bobby's 1st build.

    I decided to build this pc because I was tired of using a chromebook to only be able to surf the web.I wanted to be able to... I decided to build this pc because I was tired of using a chromebook to only be able to surf the web.I wanted to be able to play games and watch videos and do some video editing.Little didi know this is the wrong time to get back into this hobbie, as everyone's aware of the gpu situation..I had a budget of $600 and knowing what I know now..I would have done things a little differently. Cpu Ryzen 5 , gpu gtx 770 windforce , Samsung 500gb m.2 980 evo..500gb hhd storage.
    $700.96
    Robert A
  • Mini red thumbnail

    Mini red Mini red

    Built for Assassin's creed odyssey, Ghost recon breakpoint, black desert and youtube. CPU: Ryzen 5 5600xGPU: Asus ROG strix... Built for Assassin's creed odyssey, Ghost recon breakpoint, black desert and youtube. CPU: Ryzen 5 5600x GPU: Asus ROG strix RTX 3070 MOBO: Asus ROG strix B550-f Wifi RAM: Crucial Ballistix 2x16 3600 cl16 PSU: Corsair SFX 750 80+ Platinum AIO: Asus ROG strix 240mm Storage: crucial 1TB nvme
    $1,664.94
    Christian A
  • Equinox #Bitwit thumbnail

    Equinox #Bitwit Equinox #Bitwit

    While I've made quite a few changes, this is technically the first PC I've ever built (depending on how you look at it), and... While I've made quite a few changes, this is technically the first PC I've ever built (depending on how you look at it), and definitely my first go at custom water cooling. I started putting her together around December 2020, and have been gradually acquiring and swapping out parts. Iteration 1 had no WC, was in the original Meshify C, a Coolermaster Hyper 212 Black, and a GTX 1060 I borrowed from my old Alienware. Since then, I've been lucky enough to get my hands on a 3080, and threw together a custom loop that I'm very proud of given the cramped nature of the case it's in. Unfortunately, the RGB strip in the GPU water block has died on me, so I may be missing a few FPS, as well as the aesthetic I was going for. The games I play most on here are Splitgate and Immortals Fenyx Rising, and Halo Infinite once that comes out. I plan to update the paint on the front panel to be a bit more elaborate soon, similar to what Linus did for his Intel Gamer Days build, and I may paint the MoBo and RAM heatsinks soon as well.
    $3,182.75
    Max W
  • greeninches #Bitwit! thumbnail

    greeninches #Bitwit! greeninches #Bitwit!

    built in 2019 before supply of parts went to hell. was hoping to upgrade the gpu when the nvidia 30 series gpu's were... built in 2019 before supply of parts went to hell. was hoping to upgrade the gpu when the nvidia 30 series gpu's were announced. that did not go as planned. this is an everyday use pc/gaming rig. mostly been playing cyberpunk 2077, outer worlds, no man's sky, valheim, and the occasional rust.
    $1,654.80
    blackinches
  • Gaming PC #bitwit thumbnail

    Gaming PC #bitwit Gaming PC #bitwit

    I initially had a budget of $1000 when I started my build, but progressively blew that out of the water and it got out of... I initially had a budget of $1000 when I started my build, but progressively blew that out of the water and it got out of hand very quickly. I mainly play Destiny 2, but I have a bunch of other games that I will dabble in on the side. Initially I started with a 2060 and a Ryzen 5 3600 but decided to upgrade to a 3080 and a Ryzen 5 5600x after their respective launches. Honestly I am very pleased with how this build turned out seeing as I went through 3 other cases before I ended up with the O11 dynamic and it was my first build ever.
    $2,402.89
    Michael R
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    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