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  • New Glory thumbnail

    New Glory New Glory

    This was built to play Battlefield 2042 This was built to play Battlefield 2042
    $2,805.92
    Beau S
  • All AMD - 6900XT & 5800X thumbnail

    All AMD - 6900XT & 5800X All AMD - 6900XT & 5800X

    Second build utilizing a GPU that can tackle any and all titles I throw its way! I wanted to build something that was clean,... Second build utilizing a GPU that can tackle any and all titles I throw its way! I wanted to build something that was clean, capable and had zero limitations.
    $3,519.88
    Alex T
  • White Gaming Theme - RX 6700 XT & Ryzen 7 5800X thumbnail

    White Gaming Theme - RX 6700 XT & Ryzen... White Gaming Theme - RX 6700 XT & Ryzen 7 5800X

    PC build for gaming and general use - primarily supporting FPS titles, MMORPGs, adventure and survival games. PC build for gaming and general use - primarily supporting FPS titles, MMORPGs, adventure and survival games.
    $2,849.87
    Alex T
  • Daves Amd zen3 MSI Gaming X build thumbnail

    Daves Amd zen3 MSI Gaming X build Daves Amd zen3 MSI Gaming X build

    Updated my old Amd FX Gaming rig Updated my old Amd FX Gaming rig
    $1,752.95
    DaveZ83
  • Once upon a trip to Microcenter thumbnail

    Once upon a trip to Microcenter Once upon a trip to Microcenter

    Took a coworker on his first trip to microcenter and spent too much money lol. But got all of this and built all in one day Took a coworker on his first trip to microcenter and spent too much money lol. But got all of this and built all in one day
    $2,063.86
    spsanch89
  • AMD Washout thumbnail

    AMD Washout AMD Washout

    I got into PC gaming back in my freshman year of college in 2017. For the longest time, I was playing games like Fortnite... I got into PC gaming back in my freshman year of college in 2017. For the longest time, I was playing games like Fortnite and Minecraft on my 2016 13" MacBook Pro, dual-booted with Windows 10. However, gaming performance was subpar with this; I wanted to be able to enjoy games graphically but also wanted something portable since I was moving between my dorm room and my home a lot. About a year later, in August 2018, I bought an eGPU with a Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580. This was definitely a step up but it was a pain to maintain and keep operational, as Windows 10 updates constantly broke it and caused error 12. Shortly after buying my eGPU, I began doing research on building my own PC and saving up. I did research off and on for a couple years and then, this past spring after COVID hit and quarantine started, I finally decided to pull the trigger and build my own PC. I did a bunch of research on what the best parts were and how to actually build my computer. After I had my list of parts nailed down, I started watching prices. I saw my local Micro Center had only one Sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700 XT Special Edition in stock, so I went ahead and ordered it for pickup. I got to Micro Center and decided to look around for a bit, as it was my first time being in one. While I was there, I decided I might as well pick up my case too. However, an employee asked me if I needed any help. Long story short, I walked out of Micro Center that day with everything I needed to build my PC (whoops). Later that night, I began building my PC. It went fairly well, but I did struggle with getting the motherboard into the case. Being a first time builder, I attached the Z63 pump to the CPU right away-- that meant that I had to somehow get the motherboard in while also holding the radiator and not putting too much stress on the pump. I didn't want to take off the pump, as I feared messing up the pre-applied thermal paste. I was finally able to get the motherboard in and the rest of my build was pretty easy. Shortly after I completed the build, one of the lights went out in one of the fans on my RX 5700 XT. I took it back to Micro Center to replace, but they did not have the same one in stock, so I just decided to use my RX 580 from my eGPU and save up for when AMD releases new GPUs. The PC performs great and playing games on it is a blast. The white NZXT case is simple and pleasing to look at. I'm extremely pleased with my choice of parts. I mostly use the PC for gaming, playing anything from PVP games like Fortnite or Warzone, to other games like No Man's Sky or Satisfactory. I am able to run everything on high-ultra settings and get 60+ FPS. I would love to be able to get more frames, but my monitor is only a 60Hz monitor, so I am not too concerned about that right now. Next to upgrade will be the monitor and then the GPU. I'm hoping to find a nice 1440p 144Hz monitor during Black Friday or Amazon Prime Day. I am hoping to stick with AMD for my next GPU, but would also love to get a GPU capable of ray-tracing. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments!
    $1,539.92
    Ryan S
  • Ronny's Pewter thumbnail

    Ronny's Pewter Ronny's Pewter

    I got this thing together and I like it. I had to put some replacement parts in because the items I have in my build are not... I got this thing together and I like it. I had to put some replacement parts in because the items I have in my build are not in stock and therefore it wouldn't let me select them. Actuall specs below. -Ryzen 7 2700x -Corsair H150i 360mm AOI -EVGA 2080 Black -X470 Asus Prime -Corsair ML 120 RGB fan kit -Corsair ML 120 fans x 6 -Corsair Commander Pro All the rest should be correct in the list.
    $2,521.87
    Partin29
  • Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC

    I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed!This was my first mini-ITX build and also the... I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed! This was my first mini-ITX build and also the first time using rigid tubing! It was an exciting build to explore liquid cooling and create a system for 1440p gaming. Runs many games really smooth on 1440p. such as World of Tanks, Destiny 2, GTA 5, World of Warcraft, Overwatch, COD Warzone, and... I'll need more storage space for more games. For future upgrades, I would like to add two 1TB SATA SSDS and if necessary another 1TB NVMe Drive. I like playing all types of games and look forward to having a large library of games to choose from instead of uninstalling and reinstalling all the time. Doing the PETG tube bends in the H210i was a challenge but it was so satisfying to utilize most of the space in a small case. I'm thinking of adding one of the dyes that came with the Liquid Devil when I drain the distilled water to install Noctuas in the front of the case; currently using Cougar 120mms. CPU and GPU temps at idle are 40-45C, as ambient is above 32C since I built this PC. At loads, temps range from 55 to 65C depending on the game. Undervolted the 5700XT and not OC'ing the 3700x. Little worried about the CPU temps being higher than the GPU at idle but I will continue to monitor it.
    $2,884.76
    Manuel L
  • Ice thumbnail

    Ice Ice

    World of Warcraft, Rust, Call of Duty, New World World of Warcraft, Rust, Call of Duty, New World
    $1,704.92
    chrisptrs
  • Crescent Rose thumbnail

    Crescent Rose Crescent Rose

    Why did I build this? I wanted a computer that had good processing power, could also run some games, and I was able to... Why did I build this? I wanted a computer that had good processing power, could also run some games, and I was able to obtain most of the parts at a good price. Occasionally I need to either compile some code or edit a video, and the Ryzen 7 3800x has yet to disappoint. It also has plenty enough power when combined with the 1660 Super for the games I play. It has no problems with League of Legends, Modded Minecraft, Assassins Creed: Odyssey, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This build was not planned, it just sort of came together. Some pieces are new, used or damaged. The Meshify C case has a 4” gash on the top mesh, so I bent it back into shape. The Ryzen 7 3800x had bent pins, so I risked it and managed to straighten the pins. I bought a kit of the TridentZ RGB RAM from a friend and purchased an additional clearanced kit to not have empty RAM. The GPU and PSU were salvaged from another build. The only new and planned purchases were the motherboard, AIO cooler, case fans, NVMe drive, and RGB led strips. This shows that you do not need to buy everything at once or everything new always in order to achieve a good-looking build.
    $1,706.89
    OneTiltedSofaB
  • Gaming Build thumbnail

    Gaming Build Gaming Build

    I built this PC after years of peer pressure from all of my friends and quite honestly I'm so glad I did. I wouldn't call... I built this PC after years of peer pressure from all of my friends and quite honestly I'm so glad I did. I wouldn't call myself the biggest gamer but I've begun to realize that gaming on PC is on a whole other level. Aside from gaming, I use this PC for work dealing with financial reporting but also to fuel my Photoshop creative side. I edit pictures on Adobe Photoshop and Light room, my PC handles it very smoothly.
    $3,149.85
    Andrew V
  • Gallandof thumbnail

    Gallandof Gallandof

    Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer
    $4,404.78
    gallandof
  • My current setup thumbnail

    My current setup My current setup

    Very overkill for gaming and streaming. Can run all triple A games at max setting with great frames, I currently run modern... Very overkill for gaming and streaming. Can run all triple A games at max setting with great frames, I currently run modern warfare at all max setting 120+ fps. If I could do over one upgrade that I would have changed is the mobo. The Lian Li case is fantastic and can fit up to 9 fans.
    $4,506.77
    ideologies
  • FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD STUFF thumbnail

    FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD... FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD STUFF

    Tomorrows Build with a few minor tweaks? Tomorrows Build with a few minor tweaks?
    $2,413.86
    Joe N
  • The Dragon: Command & Control Center - 2019 Build thumbnail

    The Dragon: Command & Control Center -... The Dragon: Command & Control Center - 2019 Build

    The Dragon was a build in the works for about 6 months to accumulate the necessary parts and aesthetics without destroying... The Dragon was a build in the works for about 6 months to accumulate the necessary parts and aesthetics without destroying my poor, poor wallet all in one go. Its purpose was primarily for gaming though it is also used for software development (personal and work related), cyber security (pentesting, malware analysis, cracking, etc), and entertainment (streaming and media server). When gaming, I aim for multiplayer usually Overwatch or PUBG though I spend a portion of time in single player games such as Fallout, Just Cause, Witcher and Civilization VI. I tend to contribute to a few open source projects in my free time and also do work in web development so it doubles as a fantastic development and testing environment, especially with the amount of tasks I can spin up thanks to the Ryzen 3700X. My only two slight disappointments with the build, which I plan on changing in the future are that I didn't upgrade to a 2080 Ti (preferably the Gigabyte AORUS XTREME, cause its such a beautiful card), and that I didn't dump out even more money for a 3900X, which I likely will not be upgrading since it'd be overkill on my wallet for little extra visible benefit. Personally, I found this build to be an absolute pleasure to put together despite my sometimes questionable use of cable ties and not having more than 2 hands! Thanks to the use of a Corsair Commander Pro I managed to keep my fan and RGB cables neat and clean, but I admit that as far as cable management goes, its not my proudest work on the backside. C'est la vie ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It provides all the performance you'd expect from the parts and I so far have not had any issues with any of the software or games I have run on it. It eats through gaming, streaming shows, and running multiple development servers simultaneously like a dream, but the unfortunate trade-off is that my beefy Zotac 1080Ti AMP Extreme spits out more heat than an average fireplace. Since I'm aiming for an upgrade in the future, this may rectify itself nicely since I know the airflow in the case keeps fresh enough thanks to 9 fans. All in all, my favorite build to date. - jkmalan
    $4,498.75
    jkmalan